A rare opportunity to acquire a superb semi-detached character Victorian cottage finished to an attractive design with brick & pebbledash elevations and leaded light windows offering flexible accommodation with many interesting features, presented in good decorative order. The house is approached via double wrought iron gates into a gravelled driveway providing parking and access to the double width Car Port with storage behind. Solid wood front door with inset glazed panels opens into entrance lobby, study, dining room, dual aspect living room with feature fireplace, door leads through to a well fitted kitchen/breakfast room comprehensively fitted incorporating hob, oven, & dishwasher. There is a separate utility room with space & plumbing for automatic washing machine & tumble dryer, a quarry tiled floor runs throughout. To the first floor are 3 good sized bedrooms and family bathroom. In addition, there is a Self-Contained Annex offering a variety of uses and comprises bed/sitting room with timbered vaulted ceiling, kitchenette and shower room. To the rear and side of the property is a private landscaped garden laid mainly to lawn with additional kitchen garden edged by mature hedgerow and trees
Less than one mile from the tranquil village centre of Hambleden, widely considered to be the prettiest village in the Hambleden Valley with a period church, popular local Pub/Restaurant 'The Stag & Huntsman', cricket ground and tennis club beyond. The main riverside towns of Henley on Thames & Marlow are both close by, with an array of bustling shops, cafes & restaurants, including 'The Ivy Marlow Garden' and Tom Kerridge's 2 Michelin Star 'The Hand & Flowers'. Mainline stations can be found at Henley-on-Thames, Marlow and Maidenhead (London, Paddington from 19 minutes) with Cross Rail due late 2020. The A404M is approximately 7 miles distant connecting to the M40 and M4 motorways giving access to London, Heathrow, Midlands and West Country. Local recreational facilities include riding, cycling & walking in the Hambleden Valley, golf at Harleyford, Henley & Badgemore Park, rowing at both Henley & Marlow, Horse racing at Windsor & Ascot and Hambleden Marina offering boating on the River Thames. The area offers a variety of schools Danesfield & Freith primary schools Borlase Grammar, Shiplake College, The Oratory, Pangbourne College, Abbey School for girls and Queen Anne's.