A magnificent penthouse retirement apartment accessible lift, situated in a convenient, quiet position with light and spacious rooms with stunning views over the town. In need of some updating. Garage and private parking. No onward chain.
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, restaurants as well as a 3 screen cinema and a theatre. The town is world famous for the annual Henley Royal Regatta and hosts the Henley Festival of Music & Arts, Henley Literary Festival, plus a farmers markets. There is golf at Henley and Huntercombe, and excellent walks beside the river and in the nearby Chiltern Hills.
A magnificent top floor penthouse retirement apartment served with a lift and stairs in need of some modernisation. There are light and spacious rooms some of which have floor to ceiling windows which offer welcome light and views over the town. There is a single garage and residents private parking and communal gardens.
Deep storage and airing cupboard with shelves, stairs to second floor entrance and access to loft space.
5.26m x 3.86m (17'3 x 12'8 )
Feature Adams style fireplace with marble hearth and electric fire. Large french windows with wonderful views. Two wall light points and access to storage cupboard.
3.78m x 3.10m (12'5 x 10'2 )
Range of matching fitted wall and floor units with 1 and a half basin sink bowel, with mixer tap. Ceramic electric 4 ring hob with extractor hood and light over. Double oven/grill to the side. Dishwasher and space for a washing machine with plumbing. Integrated fridge/freezer. Breakfast bar and ceiling spotlights.
5.51m x 4.17m (18'1 x 13'8 )
Double aspect with eave storage and a range of built in wardrobes with hanging rails and shelves to one wall and a further large walk-in cupboard with rail. Door to ensuite.
Fully fitted panel enclosed bath with mixer tap, bidet and low level WC. Basin with mixer tap with vanity mirror and strip light over. Partially tiled walls with a fully tiled shower cubicle, triton electric shower unit.
4.65m x 3.20m (15'3 x 10'6 )
Eaves storage, built in wardrobe with hanging rail with access to further eves storage.
3.20m x 2.82m (10'6 x 9'3 )
Access to eaves storage
Panel enclosed fully tiled twin grip bath with mixer tap, triton shower and rail with curtain. Half tiled basin with mixer tap and vanity over. Low level WC.
The single Garage conveniently next to the building has an electric up and over door with electric points and an outside tap.There is also private residence and visitors parking.
The gardens are maintained within the service charge. There is an attractive arbour with seating around an area of lawn.
On entering Henley BY CAR over the bridge, turn immediately left into Thameside. Follow the road along Thameside, going straight on at the junction with Friday Street. Follow the road around to the right into Station Road. At the T junction the property will be straight ahead of you. To park turn left at the T junction, and then make the next almost immediate right. There is parking along the road.ON FOOT - proceed down Duke Street, towards Reading and Shiplake, go straight over the crossroads at the top of Friday Street. Keep going until you reach station road junction and you will find the properties on the right. You can approach the building on either side, from the passageway and through the gate, or from the parking off Hamilton road.
Out goings Lease details and restrictions
Council Tax Band E Amount payable 2018/19 £2,221.76Service charge to 31st March'19 £2,386.08Ground Rent £50/ yearManager for the building on site each morning.Lease 99 years from 1990 Please note that there is an age restriction of 60 years +
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Nothing in these particulars shall be deemed to be a statement that the property is in good structural condition or that any services, appliances, equipment or facilities are in good working order. Measurements and distances referred to are given as a guide only whilst descriptions of the property are subjective and are used in good faith as an opinion and not as a statement of fact. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise on such matters prior to purchase.