Dining Room with original staircase to first floor
Study with open fireplace and ornate carved surround
Panelled Living Room
L shaped Kitchen/Breakfast room
Master Bedroom with Dressing Room & en suite bathroom
2 further bedrooms & family bathroom
Beautiful gardens & lawns leading towards the River and access to Mooring
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Cedar Cottage was dates back to the late Victorian era and is situated in a tucked away off-road location within the popular sought after Thameside village of Sonning. Approached via the entrance to the Coppa Club car park, Cedar Cottage enjoys a private and location setting with parking and Garaging to the front. A pedestrian gateway leads into a paved courtyard giving access to the front of the house and to the side the lawns run down to the River and tow path. The accommodation is arranged to a flexible layout with some unusual period features including panelling and original fireplaces. The Entrance Hall has parquet flooring and off here is a cloakroom and study/bedroom 4. A beautiful staircase leads from the Dining Room to the first floor and there is access to the Study. The main living room has beautiful panelling and an intricate carved fireplace together with views over the main lawn. The kitchen breakfast room is comprehensively fitted with a range of built in cupboards, units and drawers with built in appliances. On the first floor the master bedroom, dressing room and bathroom. There are 2 further bedrooms shower room and family bathroom. Outside the well-maintained lawn which has a magnificent Cedar Tree leads down to the towpath and a gate gives access to the mooring. There are terraces on two sides of the house providing seating areas together with a swimming pool and in addition is a tennis court which is need of some updating. The whole property enjoys a secluded and private setting but has the benefit of being on the River Thames.
Sonning on Thames is a picturesque and historical Thameside village situated 3 miles from Reading and 4 miles from Henley. The village is renowned for its famous restaurant The French Horn and The Coppa Club together with Sonning Mill Theatre on the riverbank. Both Reading and Henley on Thames offer a comprehensive range of shopping, schooling and recreational facilities and the nearby countryside and River Thames provide walking and riverside pursuits. There is a wide choice of Schools for all ages including Bluecoat, Kendrick, Queen Anne’s and, Shiplake College. The commuter is well provided for with the M4 J10 giving access to London Heathrow and the West Country. Twyford & Reading Stations have direct links with London Paddington.
From our office in Twyford proceed up the Wargrave Road to the A4 roundabout taking the first exit towards Reading. Upon reaching the next roundabout take the third exit sign posted to Sonning. Proceed along this road going over the mini roundabout onto Thames Street, just before the traffic lights turn right in front of The Great House, proceed straight through the car park where the property will be found in front of you.
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