Summary

A beautifully restored and extended Grade II listed brick and flint cottage, set in a semi-rural location overlooking farmland.

  • 2 Bedrooms

  • Sitting room with original inglenook fireplace

  • Luxury hand painted shaker style kitchen

  • Utility room and separate shower room

  • Vaulted family room with timber bifold doors

  • 2 double bedrooms

  • Luxuriously fitted bathroom

  • Landscaped gardens with farmland views

  • Exposed brick and flint walls and beams

  • Historic Farmstead setting

  • 10 Year structural Guarantee


Description

This Grade II listed Oxfordshire farmhouse dates back to the 16th Century but through a sensitive restoration project has recently been brought into the 21st century with many modern amenities whilst still retaining its period charm.

Set around a historic farmstead this beautiful flint and brick farmhouse with original Cruck timber frame dates back to 1570 but with several extensions from both the Victorian era and modern day, creating a spacious and impressive home.

Accessed off a private driveway, and down a slate gravel path, the generous sized garden surrounds the property on three sides providing all day sun. The garden is laid to lawn surrounded by native hedging. Immediately adjoining the house is a wrap around patio in flagstone paving, planted raised beds are retained with traditional sleepers creating a private outdoor entertaining area.

The hand crafted timber windows and impressive solid timber front door invite you into a bright and spacious entrance hall. An original pamment tiled floor, exposed brick wall and oak beams are just a few of the period features found throughout this property yet you are reminded of the benefits of modern technology with motion sensor lights and underfloor heating.

Located just off the entrance hall is the utility room complete with brand new washer and dryer. The downstairs WC also benefits from a shower - useful after those muddy walks and features tongue and groove panelling and an exposed flint wall.

The kitchen has been fitted with high quality Shaker style units with quartz stone worktops and upstands. A double Belfast sink overlooks the front garden and courtyard beyond. In addition, there is a full range of new integrated appliances, a free-standing electric range cooker, built in larder cupboard and slip resistant porcelain tiled floor which continues through to the light filled family room at the rear of the property. The family room has an impressive vaulted ceiling with oak trusses and timber bi fold doors leading out onto the terrace, perfect for entertaining.

The sitting room at the centre of the home has a large working inglenook fireplace. Dual aspect windows flood the room with light and the room has plenty of space to partition off a comfortable home office. The lounge has a cozy yet durable Berber carpet.

On the first floor, you will find a large master bedroom with impressive vaulted ceiling. The second bedroom is also a double and further benefits from uninterrupted views over the surrounding fields.

The family bathroom is luxuriously fitted with wood-effect porcelain floor tiles, chrome heated towel rail, traditional sanitaryware and mixer taps. The p-shaped bath has a glass shower screen and rain shower. The vanity unit sink is situated by the dormer window looking over the surrounding countryside.

The property has a gas combo boiler, Hive Smart controlled heating system, double glazing and thermally efficient insulation fabric making it extremely efficient for a period property. The underfloor heating runs throughout the ground floor and traditional wrought iron radiators heat the bedrooms upstairs creating a warm and comfortable home.

Location

Located in one of the most desired semi-rural villages on the edge of Henley. The surrounding countryside offers some outstanding opportunities for riding, cycling and walking. The vibrant market town of Henley on Thames is less than 2 miles away and offers a wide variety of independent and national retailers, pubs and restaurants, The Regal Cinema, The River and Rowing Museum and The Kenton Theatre.

view area
guide Henley-on-Thames

Contact Us


Henley-on-Thames

Email Call 01491 411055

Share this Property


 

Close