A rare opportunity to acquire a refurbished character cottage located in the sought after Stonor valley. Whist fitted out for modern day living this Grade II listed property retains many original features and much of the original character. Solid wood front door opens into entrance hall door leading through to living room with exposed ceiling timbers, original quarry tiled floor and open fireplace housing wood burner. The spacious kitchen dining room is fully fitted with built in appliances, ground floor bathroom with separate shower. To the first floor are two double bedrooms approached from separate staircases (but have a linked door between) each having an ensuite cloakroom and fitted wardrobes. The gardens are one of the main features of this wonderful cottage, to the rear is a small patio area leading on to a long lawned rising garden (in excess of 250ft) edged by flower beds interspersed with mature shrubs and productive fruit trees contained by hedging/fencing, at the top is a timber summerhouse giving stunning views over the hamlet and countryside/farmland beyond. To the front is a small walled garden with calor gas storage area, brick paved driveway with parking leading to single garage.
Forge Cottage is situated four and half miles to the north west of Henley on Thames in the small and popular hamlet of Stonor. Henley on Thames Henley offers comprehensive shopping facilities, Waitrose supermarket, doctors' surgeries and library. In addition there is a 3 screen cinema, the Kenton theatre, leisure facilities, several restaurants, cafes/public houses and several recreational facilities associated with the River Thames. Further amenities can be found in Nettlebed, Oxford, Windsor, Marlow and Reading. The commuter is well provided for. Henley Station has a direct link with London Paddington via Twyford (47 mins). The M4/M40 J8/9/4 are 14 miles distant giving access to London, Heathrow, Midlands and West Country. Sporting facilities are in abundance including a choice of golf courses, racing at Newbury, Ascot and Windsor, local walks, cycling and rural pursuits