Dating back to the 1890's, this beautifully renovated five bedroom home is set in the heart of Henley and has plentiful character features and a fascinating history. It began as the home for Henley's Mayor during the Victorian and Edwardian period. During the war, it became home to multiple Jewish refugee families, one per room. In the 1960's it converted to a guest house for use by the many famous actors appearing at the Kenton theatre. It now represents a stunning family home with every attention given to the finish. Viewing highly recommended. EPC Rating D.