Set in Church Lane, in the popular village of Rotherfield Peppard, your arrival at Rushton House is across a large gravelled parking area. Entering the house, the reception hall with tiled floor and working fireplace provides an immediate sense of space and from here the principal reception rooms are easily accessed as well as the stairs leading to the first floor. Directly ahead is the L shaped Sitting Room which features an open fire and leads into the conservatory with direct access to the patio and gardens. The kitchen has a very contemporary feel with its clean lines and white units with excellent built-in storage units that house a double oven, hob, fridge and freezer. At the far end of the kitchen is a breakfast bar, beyond which is the dining area where there are French doors opening onto the patio. The utility room is accessed off the kitchen. The Family Room is off the entrance hall and has views to the front and features a working fireplace. Next to the family room is the home office. Climbing the stairs to the landing, the Master Suite is located to one end and features a dressing room with built-in cupboards and access to the en-suite which features both a bath and separate shower. There are three further bedrooms, all en-suite.
Rushton House has Planning Permission for a considerable extension that would see the current Kitchen and Reception Room increase in size as well as an additional bedroom and bathroom being added to the first floor. Plans can be found on S.O.D.C's website under planning number B11.0839/F, or plans may be viewed at our offices.
Rushton House is located in Peppard Common, a charming Chiltern village about 4.5 miles from Henley. The village has a popular public house and a well supported Primary School. Country pursuits are central to the appeal of the Chilterns and indeed the surrounding villages, lovely public houses and restaurants can be accessed by local footpaths and bridleways. Henley-on-Thames provides a wider range of day to day amenities and seasonal activities. Commuter links are excellent with Reading being close at hand providing a Mainline rail service into London Paddington in approximately 30 minutes. With Cross Rail now being extended to Reading, this will further enhance the links with direct trains from Reading to the City of London and Canary Wharf. The M4 is accessed via Junction 8/9 for London, Heathrow Airport and the M25 or J11 at Reading for the West Country.
To the front of Rushton House is an extensive gravelled area for parking several cars and to the side is the Carport. This area of the garden is bounded on all sides by mature hedging, providing a high degree of seclusion. At the rear and running along the length of the house is a raised stone patio from which the gardens extend. Planted on either side are mature hedges and trees. There are well stocked flower beds interspersed throughout the extensive lawn. Mid-way down the garden is a sunken patio.
L-Shaped Sitting Room
Large Reception Hall
En Suite Dressing Room
En Suite Bathroom with Separate Shower
En Suite Shower Room
Glorious Gardens of 0.52 acres
Ample Driveway Parking
2 En Suite Bathrooms