A magnificent six bedroom Grade II Listed character family home with impressive accommodation throughout, set in a private lane in the very heart of the town centre, close to the station, river and shops
The property is located on Norman Avenue a private road within seconds of the town centre and the comprehensive shopping facilities that include a wealth of shops, bars and restaurants, two supermarkets, cinema, theatre as well as pleasant river walks and the railway station that provides a service to London Paddington (55 mins.). The commuter is serviced by both the M4 (J8/9) and M40 motorways approximately 7 miles.
The house was built in c. 1890s in red brick with freestone dressings and sits under a clay tile roof with gabled ends. The property has recently undergone a complete interior renovation and is immaculately presented throughout.
Accommodation arranged as follows
The property opens into an attractive entrance hall with tiled floor with access into the sitting room and family/games room to the left, separated by large double doors. Both rooms feature decorative fireplaces, oak flooring and French doors lead out onto a terrace and the gardens at the back of the house. An impressive open plan kitchen/breakfast/dining room is accessed at the end of the entrance hall. Triple aspect provides a lovely light environment overlooking the garden. The ground floor also has a guest cloakroom, a garage/gym and steps from the entrance hall lead down into a cinema room.The first floor accommodation comprises a sumptuous master bedroom and 2 more bedrooms and a large family bathroom with luxury sanitary ware and fittings.Stairs lead up to the top floor with 3 further bedrooms and a bathroom.The property retains a wealth of character features throughout with impressive high ceilings, large bay windows and ornate fireplaces.The extensive interior refurbishment has introduced 21st Century living into this period making it an ideal home for the modern family.Rooms have been beautifully styled in soft pastels with great attention to detail throughout.
The gardens and grounds are walled with a gravel driveway to the front, tiled path and grassed area and the rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with terracing, perfect for outside entertaining.
From the traffic lights at Henley bridge turn first left onto Thameside and follow this road along the river and into Station Road. At the traffic lights turn right but immediately left again before going through the lights and No. 4 will be found on the right hand side on any unmade up road.
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