THE MILL HOUSE
NORTH STOKE OXFORDSHIRE
Wallingford 3.9 miles Goring 3.8 miles Reading 11.3 miles Oxford 15.5 miles
Henley-on-Thames 12.7 miles Central London 49.2 miles
A unique and charming period house in a popular and peaceful Oxfordshire village.
THE MILL HOUSE
Kitchen / Breakfast / Sitting room
Lower ground floor:
Master bedroom with dressing room and master
5 Further bedrooms two with en-suite
Bedroom 7 with Dressing room
In all around 4.43 acres
Situated in the pretty and much sought after village of North Stoke at the end of a no through road, The Mill
House is ideally placed for peace and privacy while within easy access of amenities in Wallingford and Goring,
as well as superb transport links to Oxford and London. North Stoke has a Medieval Church and is surrounded
by beautiful countryside with many walks going straight from the house.
Education: Moulsford, Cranford House, Abingdon, The Oratory, St. Helen's (with school bus going from the
end of the road), Bradfield, Headington and Radley Colleges.
Motorway: M40 (J6) 12.4 miles, M4 (J8/9) 21.5 miles, M25 (J15) 36.2 miles.
Towns: Goring 4 miles (London Paddington 51 minutes), Reading 11.3 miles (London Waterloo 22 minutes,
London Paddington 29 minutes) Crossrail allowing direct access to the City, Canary Wharf, the West End and
Heathrow from 2018.
Airports: London Heathrow 34.6 miles, Gatwick Airport 70.9 miles, Luton Airport 61.9 miles.
Gourmet: The Springs, Goring and Streatley, Caversham, Reading, Huntercombe and Badgemore Park.
The Mill House is a rare opportunity to acquire a unique character property. Originally two attached houses,
the properties occupy the site of an historic mill and were united in 2007 to create a charming family house.
A particular feature of the house is the natural spring which runs through the garden and flows beneath the
house. Entering via the front door there is a reception hall which is centrally situated in the house and leads
off to various principal rooms. To the left up some steps there is an open plan double aspect kitchen / dining
/ sitting room which has been extended to the rear and which overlooks the stunning gardens and natural
spring. Leading through from the kitchen there is a good sized formal dining room, the guest cloakroom and
family room which is currently used as a music room.
From here stairs lead down to the lower ground floor, which has a utility room, a gymnasium and plenty of
storage. From the reception hall there is also a drawing room with a fireplace, a sitting room and a study. A
boot room is situated at the rear of the property which can be accessed both from the kitchen and the snug,
and which opens onto the outdoor terrace and gardens. A comfortable cinema room completes the ground
The bedroom accommodation is arranged over the first and second floors and is accessed by two staircases.
The master bedroom occupies the oldest part of the house, and benefits from a dressing room and a spacious
bathroom. There is a guest bedroom also situated in this part of the house. Leading upstairs again, there are
two further bedrooms with a dressing room and bathroom. From the kitchen, a second staircase leads to
further well-proportioned bedrooms; one bedroom benefits from a dressing room and en suite shower room,
there is another bedroom with en suite bathroom, and a further bedroom and family bathroom.
The gardens are spectacular and extends to around 4.43 acres in total. Mainly laid to lawns, there
are natural springs, mature trees, beautifully cared for flower borders, raised vegetable beds, a
greenhouse and pretty outdoor terraces ideal for al fresco dining and entertaining. Outbuildings include
a fabulous games room as well as functional spaces such as a machinery store, garage, greenhouse and
garden store. These outbuildings have the potential to be converted into secondary accommodation if
desired, subject to planning.
Services: Mains water and electricity, oil fired central heating, private drainage
Local Authority: South Oxfordshire District Council. Tel: 01235 422422
Strictly by appointment through Warmingham & Co or Knight Frank
From Henley-on-Thames, take the A4130 North and carry on towards Wallingford. After approximately 9
miles, take the first exit at the roundabout (Port Road) then bear left onto Wallingford Road, and right at
the next junction to North Stoke. Turn right onto The Street, and The Mill House is situated through the
village at the end of the road on the right hand side.