Situated in a tucked away and private setting the house enjoys the most lovely rural spot standing in mature well stocked gardens overlooking its own paddock and the beautiful surrounding countryside beyond. The property offers good accommodation throughout with potential to extend/ modernisation (subject to consents).
The four bedroom chalet bungalow has spacious versatile accommodation and is presented in good order throughout. The bright entrance hall leads through to all principles room, to the left there is a dining room with square bay window, doorway leads through to the fully fitted kitchen, larder and utility room with access to the mature gardens. The ground floor also has a large living room with doors leading out to the patio and garden, master suite with en-suite bathroom and dressing room and a double glazed conservatory with stunning views over the garden and paddock. The first floor accommodation is made up of three double bedrooms and two large family bathrooms.
The property sets central to its garden of approx. ½ acre with a patio to the rear of the property leading onto the colourful well stocked mature gardens. The property also has an adjoining 4 acre paddock. To the front, gates open onto a gravel driveway with parking for several vehicles leading to double garage.
The approach to Garden House is located on the edge of Maidensgrove Common on high ground to the west of Stonor Valley. The immediate area is first class countryside with magnificent walking and riding and the hamlet of Stonor with the Stonor Park Estate is within 1 mile. The nearby renowned market town of Henley on Thames, famous for the Royal Regatta and Festival of the Music & Arts is about 6 miles to the south providing a comprehensive range of shopping, schooling & recreational facilities including a 3 screen cinema, theatre, numerous restaurants, coffee shops and public house. The larger towns of Oxford & Reading area also within easy driving distance. The area if well served for schools including Shiplake College, the Oratory, Queen Annex, St Edwards Oxford, Rupert House and St Marys. There are sporting amenities provided by numerous rowing clubs, golf at Temple, Badgemore and Henley and Phyllis Court providing tennis facilities. The Oxfordshire Way passes across Maidensgrove Common giving access to miles of beautiful walking and riding country.