An attractive detached brick cottage which dates back to 1849 and was converted into a family home from its origins as two cottages. The property is entered into the central hall. and through to a spacious dining hall which features a wood burning stove and an early Victorian bread oven. The bright and airy kitchen/breakfast room has a good range of fitted base and wall units and an electric range cooker. There is a utility/boot room and a guest cloakroom. The spacious sitting room which a wood burning stove and large windows which take full advantage of the natural daylight whilst offering lovely views out into the gardens. At the far end of the hallway is a good sized study which has loft access. There are two staircases at either end of the property, an original feature kept from the days when the property had been two cottages, these lead up to the first level where the spacious master bedroom can be found with its en suite bath/shower room and glorious views across the neighbouring cricket pitch. There are 3 further good sized bedrooms and a well-appointed family bath/shower room. The gravel drive provides parking for numerous cars. There is a double garage with a good sized studio. The property backs onto the local cricket pitch and many acres of woodland providing a wonderful setting. The pretty gardens wrap around the property and there is a separate area under an arbour which has been used as a vegetable garden and a greenhouse.
Henley-on-Thames Rail Station 5 miles, Wallingford 6 miles, Reading Station 9.5 miles, Oxford 19 miles, Central London 47 miles, M40 7.5 miles, Heathrow 27 miles (All distances are approximate)