Spacious Entrance Hall * Drawing Room * Dining Room * Fitted Triple Aspect Kitchen * Family Room * Guest Cloakroom * Cellar * 6 Bedrooms * Two Bathrooms * Garage * Gas Central Heating * Front & Rear Gardens * SituationSituation
The property is located on Norman Avenue a private road within seconds of the town centre and the comprehensive shopping facilities that include a wealth of shops, bars and restaurants, two supermarkets, cinema, theatre as well as pleasant river walks and the railway station that provides a service to London Paddington (55 mins.). The commuter is serviced by both the M4 (J8/9) and M40 motorways approximately 7 miles.
The house was built in c. 1890s in red brick with freestone dressings and sits under a clay tile roof with gabled ends.
Accommodation arranged briefly as follows:
The property is entered through a double depth entrance with stained glass window lights and into the entrance hall with drawing room and dining room to the left separated by large double doors. Both rooms feature the original decorative fireplaces and French doors lead out from the dining room onto a stone terrace.
To the rear is a delightful kitchen/family room with its triple aspect providing a lovely light environment and access on two sides to the garden. The kitchen is bespoke, designed by Martin Leighfield, a local cabinet maker. Appliances include a gas Aga in British racing green, a Neff cooker, separate gas hob, fridge freezer and a dishwasher. There is also an American washing machine and gas tumble dryer. The ground floor also has a guest cloakroom and steps from the entrance hall lead down into a useful cellar.
The first floor comprises the master bedroom, two bedrooms (one in the turret) and a large family bathroom with roll top bath and walk in shower. Stairs lead up to the top floor with three further bedrooms (one in the turret currently being used as study) and a further bathroom.
The property retains a wealth of character features throughout with impressive high ceilings, large bay windows in the drawing room and master bedroom, wood shutters and ornate fireplaces.
The garden and generous grounds are walled with a gravel driveway to the front providing off street parking and gated drive, tiled path and garden. There is also an adjoining garage with doors providing access to the rear garden and into the house.
From the traffic lights at Henley bridge turn first left onto Thameside and follow this road along by the river and into Station Road. At the traffic lights turn right but immediately left again before going through the lights and No. 4 will be found on the right hand side on an unmade up road.
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