|Added on Rightmove:||22 November 2016 (328 days ago)|
- Four bedrooms
- Character features throughout
- Extended kitchen/breakfast room
- 0.6 miles throughout
- EPC rating C
This beautifully presented Victorian terraced house is located just 0.6 miles from Henley town centre and benefits from an array of character features including exposed Oak floorboards, sash windows and high ceilings throughout. There is an extended kitchen/breakfast room, FOUR BEDROOMS and TWO BATHROOMS. The rear garden is lawned and there is unrestricted roadside parking. Unfurnished. AVAILABLE NOW. EPC Rating C.
Henley-On-Thames is a charming and famous riverside market town, within 10 miles of Reading, 35 miles of Central London, and 25 miles from Heathrow. Supermarkets include Waitrose, Sainsburys and Tescos plus a wide variety of independent shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs. The town comes alive in the summer hosting the world famous Henley Regatta, Henley Festival and Rewind Festival. There is an excellent local 3 screen cinema and the traditional Kenton Theatre puts on a wide variety of performances. Local sporting amenities include 3 rowing clubs, 2 golf courses and 2 gyms. There are some very good state Primary schools including Trinity, Badgemore and Valley Road plus Gillotts secondary school and the Henley College. Fee paying schools in the town include Rupert House and St Marys Prep. There is a bus to The Oratory, Reading Blue Coat, Moulsford, Wycombe Abbey and Queen Anne's School.
The ground floor accommodation consists of an extended kitchen/breakfast room which has a contemporary finish. The kitchen is fitted with white glossy cabinets which provide a generous level of storage, with wooden work surfaces and under-floor heating with slate tiles. A set of wooden framed bi-fold doors lead to a decked seating area, providing an excellent entertaining space. The dining area is currently being utilised as a study with useful fitted shelving. There is a separate bay-fronted living room to the front of the house, which benefits from a feature fireplace and original cornicing. The house retains many period features throughout including solid Oak floorboards, high ceilings and sash windows. There is a W/C and storage under the stairs. On the first floor are three neutrally decorated bedrooms, each with good ceiling height. The family bathroom has a modern finish with a white suite consisting of a bath, vanity unit and double sized heated towel rail. On the second floor is a further double bedroom with multiple skylights. There is a shower room and a useful storage cupboard.
The rear garden is walled with a lawned area and a secure gate provides useful rear access. A decked seating area provides a good entertaining space and there is a shed and log store. There is unrestricted roadside parking to the front of the property.
LOCAL AUTHORITY and SERVICES
South Oxfordshire District Council - Council Tax Band D, all mains services are connected.
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