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2 bed Terraced


Friday Street, Henley-on-Thames


An extended and carefully upgraded 2 bedroom Grade II listed cottage, with pretty old brick paving in the garden and studio / summerhouse.

Situation - Central Henley

Henley-on-Thames is an attractive market town situated in beautiful and unspoilt countryside, approximately 36 miles west of Central London. Henley offers a wide range of excellent shopping, prize winning restaurants as well as a 3 screen cinema and theatre. Commuter links include a rail service to London(Paddington) in under one hour. Reading and the M4 plus Oxford and the M40 are all within a easy distance by road. The town is world famous for the annual Henley Royal Regatta and hosts the Henley Festival of Music & Arts, Henley Literary Festival and regional farmers markets. The prestigious Leander Club, well supported Rugby Club and Phyllis Court (a private members club), are all within walking distance. There are numerous primary and secondary schools as well as Henley College which also offers adult learning facilities. There is golf at Henley and Huntercombe, equestrian centres, racing at nearby Ascot, Windsor and Newbury, and excellent walks beside the river and in the nearby Chiltern Hills.


Friday Street is a quiet residential road within a short walk of the Station, River and Town Centre. Friday Street is in the residents Parking Zone. The property is constructed of brick under a slate roof which was renewed some 3 years ago. It has been extended and carefully modernised with a hand built kitchen and a dining room with french doors onto the courtyard garden. The garden is a lovely feature with an old brick terrace and many colourful shrubs and plants. There is a studio at the end of the garden with light and power.

Reception Room

3.81m x 3.15m (12'6 x 10'4 )

Solid wood door into sitting room. Features a recessed multi-fuelled stove, with wooden over mantle, cupboards to side, housing electric and gas meter, 3 wall light points, exposed wall timbers and reclaimed wooden flooring.


3.16 x 2.52 (10'4 x 8'3 )

A bespoke wooden kitchen with tiled working surfaces, with porcelain sink unit with mixer tap and insinkorator (boiling and filter water provision). Induction 4 ring electric hob with microwave/oven under and extractor hood with light over. Range of cleverly integrated drawers and cupboards with carousel units and integrated fitted slimline dishwasher and integrated washer/dryer. Further working surfaces with plumbing to washing machine, with fitted microwave over and integrated fridge/freezer to the side with stairs to first floor;

Dining Room

2.07 x 1.64 (6'9 x 5'4 )

A vaulted room with Velux windows and underfloor heating and double glazed french doors leading to the garden. Door to side garden;

Shower Room / WC

Fully tiled shower cubicle with new Mira electric shower, fully tiled walls with extractor fan and fitted oval wash hand basin, with instant hot water tap, low level WC, electric towel rail and recessed ceiling spot lights.

First Floor

Bedroom 1

3.81m x 2.82m (12'6 x 9'3 )

Wall mounted electric Creda fire, two bespoke floor to ceiling wardrobes, with hanging rails and shelves and concealed lighting. Central original display fireplace and overmantle. TV & telephone points.

Bedroom 2

2.52 x 2.35 (8'3 x 7'8 )

Original floorboards and large wardrobe cupboard.


6.50m x 3.28m (21'4 x 10'9 )

Enclosed courtyard garden, with old brick paving, close boarded fencing to both sides with a part covered porch and outside light. Planters and pots may be available for sale by separate negotiation.

Summer House / Studio

2.57 x 1.67 (8'5 x 5'5 )

Panelled and insulated with electric light and power, glazed double doors and electric sub meter with garden store to side and outside tap.


Viewing by strict appointment with Robinson Sherston, SOLE AGENTS. Please call the Henley office 01491 411911 or email


With the bridge behind you heading towards the town, turn immediately left into Thameside. At the junction turn right into Friday Street. Number 59 will be found on the right hand side.


Mains, gas, electricity and water. SODC Council Tax Band D, £1,711 (2017)EPC Rating: Exempt - Grade II Listed.

Sales Disclaimer

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Nothing in these particulars shall be deemed to be a statement that the property is in good structural condition or that any services, appliances, equipment or facilities are in good working order. Measurements and distances referred to are given as a guide only whilst descriptions of the property are subjective and are used in good faith as an opinion and not as a statement of fact. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise on such matters prior to purchase.
Agent Details

Robinson Sherston

Robinson Sherston

The Old Forge
16 Bell Street