The house is constructed of traditional brick with colonial style timber weatherboard cladding. The entrance hall has an oak floor and stairs leading to the lower ground floor and first floor. There is a well fitted kitchen. The sitting room features a large double glazed bay window with window seat and views over the valley towards Greys Court. There is a separate dining room with French doors onto a terrace. The triple aspect drawing has an open fire with ornate carved pine surround with slate hearth. On the first floor the master bedroom has a large en suite bathroom/dressing room. There are 3 further bedrooms and a contemporary family shower room. On the lower ground floor there is a self-contained apartment with kitchen, sitting room, bedroom and a bathroom.
The gardens feature gently sloping lawns, which during the spring have a carpet of bluebells. Steps lead down to two loggias either side of the property with columned supports. To the front of the house is a charming terraced area with an ornamental water feature.
There is a summerhouse with lighting, power and heating. The double garage has a good sized store room below. There is a separate workshop building with w.c. and tractor store and parking to the front of the house. The views from the house and its gardens and grounds are breath-taking and overlook to the distance the National Trust's Greys Court. The popular Maltsters Arms is a short walk away.
Henley-on-Thames 3 miles; Reading 8 miles (London Paddington 25mins); Marlow 10 miles; M4 (J10) 12 miles; M40 (J5) 10 miles. (All distances and timings are approximate)