Orangery | Kitchen/breakfast room
Family room | Utility room | Cloakroom
Principal bedroom suite with en suite bathroom and dressing room
Guest bedroom with en suite shower room
Four further bedrooms, one with en suite and one currently used as a study
With its beamed ceilings and original clay tile flooring, the entrance hall leading from the porch is charming and inviting. On one side of the hall is the characterful drawing room with its inglenook fireplace and exposed beams. The impressive orangery is set off the drawing room and is a wonderfully light room overlooking the side terrace. On the other side of the hall is the traditional dining room with two steps up into the family room. Double doors divide the two rooms but equally can be left open to create a splendid entertaining area. The kitchen/breakfast room is at the back of the house and is fitted with a Smallbone kitchen with smart granite work surfaces and white units. This room has a feature brick fireplace and beamed ceiling.
On the first floor is the generous master bedroom suite, two further double bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room, a family bathroom and a single bedroom currently used as a study. There is a second floor to the property which has two further bedrooms, a bathroom and a study area, and would be ideal as ancillary accommodation for a nanny or guests.
Rokey lies in the popular hamlet of Tokers Green in the beautiful South Oxfordshire countryside. Nearby are several good public houses and golf courses. Reading is the closest large town and has a wide range of amenities including theatres, sporting facilities, shops and restaurants. In addition it has a train station serving London, Paddington in about 27 minutes and there is the added draw of Cross Rail due in 2019. Tokers Green is well placed to access London, its airports and the motorway network via the M4 at Junctions 11 and 12. The area is also well served by an excellent range of schooling including Shiplake College, Reading Blue Coat, The Oratory and Queen Anne's, and the surrounding countryside is outstanding for walking and riding.
The property is entered via electric wrought iron gates onto a large gravel driveway with a turning circle and ample parking for cars. On the right hand side is an oak framed English Heritage triple garage. Beautiful landscaped gardens lie to the rear, and to one side of the house is a south facing terrace and access to an outbuilding which has the potential to be two storey ancillary accommodation. The property is bordered by a brick and flint wall with box hedging and numerous flower beds. There are also three log stores.