Mulberry House is an elegant four storey town house set in beautifully landscaped gardens. From the off street parking in front of the double garage, a path leads through the gardens to steps rising into a covered porch. The semi glazed door opens to the reception hall where upon entry, the high ceilings and original features are immediately apparent. This is a house that has been beautifully modernised throughout whilst ensuring that many of the original features remain. Notably, the high ceilings and large sash windows, which feature throughout the house, allow natural light to flood in. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the sitting room which has exposed original wooden floors, a fire place and large sash windows with original shutters. Further along the reception hall is an additional reception room or snug, with original cupboards eitherside of the fireplace and deligtful far reaching views over open countryside. Before reaching the kitchen, there is a utility room with a door leading to a small gravelled garden and another opening onto the formal garden. Beyond the utility room is a home office. The kitchen is fitted with a range of store cupboards and both above and below the counter and there is an Aga cooker. Just off the kitchen is an inner hallway where useful storage is found and a dining room is located directly off this hall. The four bedrooms are set over two floors and are served by a bathroom on the first floor and a bathroom with separate shower is on the second floor.
Mulberry House is superbly located for ease of access with a level walk to the centre of Henley-on-Thames where there is an extensive range of boutique shops, restaurants and cafes are found. Also within the town is the Kenton Theatre and three-screen cinema and is home to the renowned Leander Club and Phyllis Court. The town has good connections via road and rail with a local train service running to Twyford where it connects with commuter trains to London Paddington in approximately 48 minutes, (Cross rail is due to commence from Reading in 2019). By road, the M4, (Junction 8/9) can be joined with London Heathrow approximately 23 miles and Central London approximately 38 miles. There is a wide selection of state and private schools both in Henley and the surrounding area. The property is conveniently set at the foot of the Chilterns where there are numerous walks and trails.
The landscaped gardens are an attactive feature of Mulberry House and are enclosed by a high evergreen hedge and partially walled. An elevated decked area provides an ideal place for external entertaining overlooking the garden. A wrought iron gate leads to the off street parking area and the double garage.