RHONE HOUSE – GORING ROAD
WOODCOTE - SOUTH OXFORDSHIRE
Goring on Thames & Station – 3 miles (London Paddington in under the hour)
Reading – 8 miles M4 at Theale (J12) – 9 miles
Henley on Thames – 11 miles Oxford – 18 miles
Situated amongst the beautiful Chilterns, in the heart of the village, close walking distance of extensive woodland paths, a charming detached family residence, affording generous well-proportioned 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 3 reception room accommodation of approximately 2,074 sq ft, being set in delightful private and mature gardens and grounds.
Rhone House is in close reach of extensive local facilities and outstanding schooling, and additionally benefits from being but a short drive from Goring & Streatley mainline railway station providing direct access to London Paddington within the hour.
Private Gated Driveway
Kitchen With Utility Area
Utility Room With Cloaks Cupboard
Sitting Room With Fireplace
Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room
3 Further Bedrooms
Spacious Accommodation Of Approximately 2,074 Sq Ft
Delightful Private Gardens & Grounds
The village of Woodcote laying just off the A4074 Reading to Oxford road, is situated in the scenic countryside of the Chilterns designated an A.O.N.B. and has excellent road communications for the surrounding major towns, the M4 and M40 networks and for fast commuter trains up to London in under the hour, with Goring & Streatley railway station being located just a few miles away.
Nestling some 500 feet above sea level, the village from its earlier market origins based on farming and the countryside is now a thriving community supported by a good range of local amenities including a Co-op supermarket, Post Office Stores, Bistro Restaurant, local pubs, a modern Health Centre and first rate State and Private schooling notably Langtree secondary school which has achieved high Ofsted ratings.
Quietly situated amongst the beautiful Chilterns located just off Goring Road, in the very heart of the village, Rhone House occupies a commanding yet tucked away position set in spacious and mature gardens and grounds, yet is within close reach of extensive local facilities and outstanding schooling, and additionally benefiting from being but a short drive from Goring & Streatley mainline railway station providing direct access to London Paddington within the hour.
This delightful detached family residence is traditionally built, with brick and part boarded elevations under a pan tile roof. Generous well-proportioned accommodation of approximately 2,074 sq ft is afforded, providing a comfortable and traditional style of living, having 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 reception rooms, and a kitchen with adjacent utility room and integral garage.
Occupying a spacious and mature private position, in the heart of this lovely village, early viewing is advised.
The property has a spacious and private wrought iron gated entrance drive, affording ample parking, and making way to the integral garage, with an up & over vehicular entrance door, and to the front door opening into the entrance hall. A wrought iron pedestrian gate is situated off to one side of the house, providing side access to the property.
The gardens to the front of the house are both spacious and mature, with high clipped hedging and shrubs flanking an expansive lawned frontage. To the rear of the house a spacious and attractive garden can be found, with a stone laid patio along the rear of the property, linking the inside of the house to the outside, encouraging an ‘Al Fresco' lifestyle. The mainly lawned rear gardens extend across the full width of the property, are enclosed by extensive hedging and shrubbery with trees interspersed, providing for a sheltered and private environment for families.
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. Central heating and hot water from gas fired boiler.
Postcode: RG8 0QE
EPC Rating: D / 61
Local Authority: South Oxfordshire District Council – Telephone: 01491 823000
From our offices in the centre of Goring turn right and proceed up to the top of the High Street. At the railway bridge junction bear right and then next left into Reading Road by the Queens Arms. Continue out of the village and on reaching Crays Pond in approximately 2 miles bear left at the crossroads signposted for Woodcote. In a further mile on entering Woodcote, drive past a crossroads to Bridle Path and Beech Lane, and Rhone House will be found a short way along off on the right-hand side.
Strictly by appointment through Warmingham & Co.