A pretty Grade II Listed character cottage situated in the heart of Henley on Thames, brimming with character and charm with an interesting history, believed to have started its life as a timber framed building in around the 16th Century.
The property is entered through a white painted side gate into a delightful courtyard. From here a side door enters into a small vestibule with coat racks and a guest cloakroom and into the sitting room with a cosy and welcoming log fireplace.
Steps lead down to the dining room and then up into a country style kitchen with a warming Aga, Butlers sink, tiled floor and a good range of wall and base units with granite worktops.
A stable door opens out to the back of the courtyard and a useful brick store. The first floor provides flexible living space currently used as a study and an office/bedroom four.
There is a shower room and a bathroom with shower. The second floor provides the bedroom accommodation of three rooms (one of which has a W.C. and basin).
The cottage boasts a wealth of character features with its exposed timber frame and beams, open brickwork, panelling and fireplaces. Whilst also being up to date with a stylish bathroom.
The courtyard garden is a sun trap with a westerly aspect, pretty water features, box hedges, and a delightful arbour with Wisteria and climbing roses.
The location puts you in the heart of one of Henley on Thames most desirable areas and moments from the vibrant river front and in the summer the Royal Rowing Regatta and Festival of Arts.
The property is situated in the heart of Henley Town Centre which offers a comprehensive range of shopping facilities, three screen cinema, theatre and several restaurants. There is a variety of choice of schools and abundance of recreational facilities including golf, horse racing, rowing and sailing. The commuter is well provided for via the M4/M40 giving access to London, Heathrow, West Country and Midlands. Henley Station has direct links with London Paddington (via Twyford) 55 minutes.