An elegantly presented period family home that has been transformed by the current owners with the benefit of a separate annexe
Drawing room with attractive fireplace, dining room with French doors, study, re-fitted kitchen with French doors, breakfast room, utility room & cloakroom
Master bedroom suite with dressing room and en-suite, family bathroom and three further bedrooms all with fitted wardrobes, one of which has an en-suite
Ample driveway parking
Self-contained annex with a sitting room, kitchen, bedroom and shower room
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An elegantly presented period family home that has been transformed by the current owners with the benefit of a separate annexe. By merging the traditional elements of the house with subtle modernity and the thoughtful consideration of how the principle reception areas interact, this house possesses a wonderful sense of ease and flexibility. This is superbly demonstrated from the bespoke kitchen which takes its place between the formal dining room and the family snug. The kitchen centres around a peninsula, perfect for casual dining and whilst the unit contains numerous storage options, further store units feature both above and beneath the counter tops. The kitchen has a view of the dining room and a couple of features to capture the attention include a range style cooker and a walk-in larder. Access to the garden can be made through French doors and also from the utility room, which runs behind the kitchen. Moving from the kitchen to the dining room with exposed timber floors, a feature which continues into the drawing room, the connectivity of this house further demonstrated with the open plan arrangement it has with the drawing room. French doors provide a further access to the garden and the numerous windows found in both the dining room and the drawing room allow natural light to fill this wonderful space. An attractive fire place with a wooden mantle lends a cosy feel for those inevitable long winter nights. The final room on the ground floor is found off the drawing room and is currently used as a home office however, it could also be used as a further sitting room. Stairs rise to the first floor landing where the attention to detail continues in abundance into the bedrooms with particular note to the master suite. A bespoke curved wall between the bedroom and en-suite is partially glazed at the top to great effect and the beautifully appointed en-suite and dressing room with fitted wardrobes completes this impressive master bedroom suite. Three further bedrooms all benefit from fitted wardrobes, one of which has an en-suite and the remaining bedrooms are served by a family bathroom that also has a separate shower. The property is approached via an ample driveway providing parking for several vehicles. The gardens are attractively set out and house a self-contained annex with a sitting room, kitchen, bedroom and shower room.
Satwell is a small hamlet forming part of the village of Shepherds Green, close to Rotherfield Greys. Situated only 3 miles from Henley town centre which offers a comprehensive range of shopping, including 3 screen cinema, theatre and a variety of restaurants/cafes. Henley railway station gives Main Line access (via Twyford) 10 minutes or (Reading) 18 minutes with a fast service to London Paddington (from 25 minutes). The area is well served for schools including Shiplake College, Oratory, Reading Blue Coats, The Abbey School for girls and Queen Anne’s in Caversham. The nearby River Thames and countryside offers extensive walking facilities and river pursuits. The larger towns of Reading and Oxford are within easy driving distance as are M4 J8/9 M40 J4 and Heathrow.
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