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Property details

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom


  • Close to Train Station
  • Freehold
  • 3-storey mid-century end of terrace townhouse
  • Modern German in-toto kitchen with integrated appliances
  • Open-plan sitting room on the first floor
  • Cloakroom with w.c. And wash hand basin
  • 2nd Bedroom on the first floor
  • Principle bedroom on the 2nd floor
  • Family bathroom
  • Modernised to a high standard
  • Garage with utility area and off-road parking

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This end of terrace town house has been fully modernised by the current owners. It makes a charming turnkey living space.

Within catchment of excellent schools: Trinity (ofstead Outstanding), Sacred Heart and Gillotts.

Ground floor:
The wide entrance hall is painted a calming grey, and has an internal door to the garage which doubles as a utility area, carpeted stairs to the first floor and open planned to the kitchen.

The quality 'in-toto' German kitchen was fitted in 2018 and has a range of fitted wall and base units with granite worktops over and inset 1 1/2 'Blanco' bowl sink unit. There are high end built-in appliances including Siemens oven and extractor fan, Bosch gas hob and an integrated AEG dishwasher. Glazed double doors lead out to the pretty courtyard garden.

First floor:
The stairs are carpeted and lead to a landing with door to the cloakroom, which has a new white suite with wash hand basin and w.c.

The spacious sitting room has attractive Neptune shiplap panelling, a gas fireplace and a front aspect with two windows looking into the cul-de-sac.

Bedroom 2 is a bright large double bedroom with two rear aspect windows with outlook over the garden and Queen Street.

Second floor
Up the carpeted stairs to the second floor landing with an airing cupboard and further cupboard housing the water tank.

The principle bedroom is a stylish large double bedroom with far reaching views over the Chiltern Hills. It has a front aspect and free-standing wardrobes. It also has a recessed cupboard for extra storage.

Bedroom 3 enjoys a rear aspect.

The family bathroom has tiled walls and a white suite comprising a panelled bath with shower over, a wash basin with cupboard under and a low level w.c. The windows have a privacy film treatment.

To the front of the property there is off-road parking providing access to the garage. The garage has an up and over door, light and power and a utility area.

To the rear there is a pretty courtyard garden which has newly fitted terracotta paving, fencing, shelving and an evergreen living wall. It is a perfect place for al-fresco dining. A gate provides pedestrian rear access onto Queen Street.

Living in Queen Close
Queen Close is a quiet cul-de-sac located just off Queen Street which is a highly sought after residential road situated in Henley town centre, a short and level walk to Henley railway station, shops and the River Thames.

For those who want to be close to all amenities, this home is just a 5 minute walk from the town square, which holds a bustling market every Thursday and has many cafe's and restaurants.

Henley-on-Thames has a good range of local shops, pubs, restaurants, a three-screen cinema and the 200-year-old Kenton Theatre. The world-famous Henley Royal Regatta takes place in July, followed by the Henley Festival of Arts, the Rewind Festival in August and the Henley Literary Festival, which takes place every September/October. Phyllis Court country club is situated on the river and is a great place to socialise.

The commuter is well provided for with Henley Station just a short walk away, providing a regular train service to London Paddington via Twyford (Crossrail - Elizabeth Line 2021).

Reading - 7 miles
Maidenhead M4 Junction 8/9 - 11 miles
London Heathrow - 25 miles
London West End - 36 miles

This family home is perfectly located for both private and local schools. It is within catchment for both Trinity Primary School (Ofsted Outstanding) and Gillotts Secondary School (Ofsted Good). Henley Sixth Form College is approximately 10 minutes' walk away.

There are many local rowing clubs, there is a sailing club at Wargrave and canoe clubs. Marina facilities are found at Henley and Wargrave. Local golf at Henley Golf Club and Badgemore Park Golf Club. Other sports clubs include rugby, hockey, football and lawn tennis. There is superb walking, cycling and riding in the Chiltern Hills, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty or along the River Thames.

Trains and buses operate to Reading which offers excellent shopping and restaurants at the Oracle Shopping Centre. Recreational facilities include the Madejski Stadium, home to Reading Football Club.

All mains services
Local Authority - South Oxfordshire District Council
Council Tax Band - E

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Local Amenities

  • Henley-on-Thames 0.1 miles
  • Shiplake 1.9 miles
  • Trinity Church of England Primary School 0.3 miles
  • Rupert House School 0.3 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Henley-on-Thames 0.1 miles
  • Shiplake 1.9 miles
  • Trinity Church of England Primary School 0.3 miles
  • Rupert House School 0.3 miles

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  • £561,136
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  • -£37,252
  • (-6.225%)
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Sold prices provided by Land Registry
16th Sep 2020 £650,000 First listed
21st Dec 2015 £540,000 Last sold

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