Entering from the Market Place you can choose either the gated private entrance, and the back door, or from the front door - an original four panel door with a glass over. The entrance hall has high ceilings. Engineered wood floors run through the ground floor.
The ground floor kitchen has a contrast of dark painted wooden units with vibrant polished nickel handles. 'Caesar Stone' granite work surfaces, a double Belfast sink with etched glass splash back. An ornamental fan pendant lamp sits over the 900mm induction hob. a Miele oven, combination oven and plate-warmer, and an integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher. Above the dining area, repurposed copper motorcycle headlights form a chandelier, a restored antique radiator and white plantation shuttered windows complete the look.
From the kitchen, glass walls and a door opens to painted bricks stairs with a polished nickel banister lead you down into the tanked basement, where a relaxed snug/family room has been set up as 'the den'. This room is well-finished with engineered oak flooring, restored antique radiators, wood panelling, and has an antique refrigerator style cabinet to one wall. An arched door leads up some steps into the utility room which is used as a laundry room with Belfast sink, and the water softener.
From the ground floor, a further glass wall and door opens to the rear entrance foyer, where the original rear door leads out onto gated brick-paved courtyard. The doorway has a recessed coir mat and the engineered wooden flooring, with high ceilings, under-stairs storage area. Up the monochromatic stairs which are carpeted in a black sisal carpet, to a half-landing cloakroom, which comprises a wash-hand basin and w.c.
The first floor landing has a large sash window.
The study/double bedroom 5 has two windows with blinds and plantation shutters, is fully carpeted, and has a dramatic en suite cloakroom with w.c. and wash-hand basin. In addition there is a recessed cupboard behind the bedroom door.
The opulent first floor sitting room engineered oak flooring, and has an entire wall of distressed mirror to reflect the natural light and elegant colour scheme. There are fitted bookshelves with down-lighters, a marble ornamental fireplace, feature wall-mounted lamps, low level radiators and two sash windows with a front aspect.
Double bedroom 3 has, two sash windows with plantation shutters, fitted blinds and pelmets, is carpeted and has a low-level radiator. A recessed cupboard houses a large water tank. The en suite bathroom has Amtico flooring, and has a bath with shower over, polished nickel fittings, and is tiled in metro brick style tiles. There is a heated towel rail and a linen cupboard, a pedestal wash hand basin and w.c.
On the second floor landing, there is a large window with a view over the Henley rooftops, a wall cabinet, and loft access.
A smaller double bedroom 4 is currently in use as a dressing room, with a double-glazed window and Amtico flooring. The en suite comprises a w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, shelving, a large shower and a heated towel rail.
The principal bedroom is a handsome large double, with dark carpet, dual-aspect sash windows with plantation shutters, and a ceiling fan. There is an ornamental fireplace with surround, wall-mounted lighting, low-level radiators. The en suite bathroom has a window with shutters, a pedestal wash hand basin and w.c., a large shower with rainfall head over and is tiled in metro brick tiles and Amtico flooring.
Another large double bedroom 2 has two sash windows with plantation shutters, pelmets and curtains, a ceiling fan and wall-mounted lighting. The en suite has Amtico flooring, a heated towel rail, a walk-in shower, metro brick tiles, a pedestal wash hand basin and w.c., and a window with obscure glass.
This Georgian property has also updated electrics, gas central heating with boiler and updated plumbing - all installed within the last 6 years. The front of the property has original sash windows that have all been updated with secondary double glazing.
The rear of the property can be accessed by automatic gates which leads beneath the upper parts of the house to a brick-paved courtyard which is used by neighbouring properties. The property has a seating area to the rear.
As a resident you will be entitled to apply for town centre residents parking permit. In addition Henley Town Council have car parking spaces located in upper Market Place. There is a waiting list, which residents of Market Place can apply to join.
Living in Market Place
For those who enjoy town centre living, this has to be the perfect location being just meters away from the elegant town hall and the town square, which holds a bustling market every Thursday. If you enjoy eating and drinking then there is plenty of choice. The popular Hof's wine-bar, Crockers Henley and The Square restaurant are all within 100 meters of the front door. The Row Barge just up the hill in West Street is a traditional pub with a great atmosphere, good food and a large beer garden
Henley town centre has a Waitrose supermarket and a host interesting independent shops and boutiques. There's a 3 screen cinema, the historic Kenton theatre and the Old Fire Station Gallery, which is available to hire and holds regular art exhibitions.
The commuter is well provided for with the M4/M40 giving access to London, Heathrow, West Country and Midlands. Henley Station has links with London Paddington via Twyford for the TfL Elizabeth Line (CrossRail) 2021) 55 minutes.
Reading - 8 miles
Maidenhead M4 Junction 8/9 - 10 miles
Stokenchurch M40 Junction 5 - 13 miles
London Heathrow - 25 miles
London West End - 36 miles
Primary Schools - Badgemore Primary, Trinity Primary, Sacred Heart Primary
Secondary Schools - Gillotts School
Sixth Form - The Henley College
Private - St Mary's School, Rupert House School,
Shiplake College, Reading Blue Coat, Queen Anne's Caversham, The Abbey, Reading, Cranford House, Abingdon School and St Helen and St Katharine Abingdon.
River pursuits include Henley sailing club, local canoe clubs and various rowing clubs with world famous Henley Royal Regatta taking place each summer. There are marina facilities at Hambleden and Wargrave. There are several golf clubs including Henley Golf Club, Badgemore Park Golf Club. The Chiltern Hills area of outstanding natural beauty provides superb walking, cycling and horse riding.
Phyllis Court Club is a private members country club fronting the River Thames just downstream from Henley Bridge.
Tenure - Freehold
Local Authority - South Oxfordshire District Council
Council Tax - Band G