Rarely available retail premises with living accommodation over, with access to a small garden and useful storage shed. The flat qualifies for Residents Permit Parking and the flat has independent access. EPC:
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. 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.
A rarely available retail premises with living accommodation, with access to a small garden and useful storage shed. Constructed of brick under a slate roof, with colour washed front elevations. Both the ground and first floor have electric central heating, and the flat qualifies for Residents Permit Parking. The flat and shop have independent accesses,
Glazed front door through to communal hall and door to;
Front Retail Unit
5.10 x 3.73 (16'8 x 12'2 )
Large square bay window, wooden floor, door to;
Rear Retail Unit
3.73 x 3.24 (12'2 x 10'7 )
With wooden floor and door to;
Door to kitchen and door to garden;
3.64 x 2.3 (11'11 x 7'6 )
With matching wall and floor units, with stainless steel single drainer sink unit and mixer tap. Working surfaces with cupboards under, with space and plumbing for washing machine. Heatrae sadia electric boiler, for domestic hot water and central heating.Door to;
With fully tiled shower unit, with shower unit, bracketed wash hand basin, low level WC, and fully tiled walls.
2.43 x 1.76 (7'11 x 5'9 )
7.14 x 2.75 (23'5 x 9'0 )
First Floor Flat
With split level landing.
4.23 x 5.86 (13'10 x 19'2 )
A large room with bay fronted window.
2.63 x 2.40 (8'7 x 7'10 )
Matching floor and wall units, with stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, with cupboards to either side, working surfaces with integrated 4 ring electric hob. Extractor hood and light over. Electric oven, tiled area, plumbing for washing machine, heatrae sadia electric boiler for domestic hot water and central heating. Space for fridge/freezer.
3.64 x 4.18 (11'11 x 13'8 )
A double room with view over the garden.
A white suite, with panel enclosed bath, with mixer tap and shower attachment, with tiled area and shower screen, oval pedestal wash hand basin, with tiled splash back, low level WC.
The garden has shared access and measures approximately 80 foot in depth, with a useful store, with electric light and a further small storage cupboard.
Mains, electricity and water. The Flat:Council Tax: SODC Band A, £1208 (2018/19)The Shop:Rateable Value: £5,200. (£275 per sq meter unit)
Strictly by arrangement with Sole Agents Robinson Sherston on 01491 411 911, firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions RG9 1AB
From the main traffic lights to the top of Hart Street on foot, turn left into Duke Street and cross over the crossroads with Friday Street, 57 Reading Road is on your left hand side in the small parade of shops.
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