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Property details

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 reception rooms


  • Four double bedrooms
  • Detached house
  • Kitchen breakfast room
  • Three reception rooms
  • Detached double garage and driveway
  • South and west facing gardens

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A well kept four bedroom detached house on a private cul-de-sac located in the pretty village of Stoke Row. The house is set back within its plot and benefits from a large wrap around garden with south and west facing areas, a detached double garage and spacious driveway. Internally, the house is well laid out with a kitchen breakfast room, spacious living room and four double bedrooms. EPC Rating D.
Local information
The pretty and thriving village of Stoke Row is located in the Chiltern Hills just 5 miles from Henley-On-Thames. There is a popular primary school, two fine pubs, cricket and tennis clubs, a village shop/café, church and chapel and an unusual landmark, the Maharajah’s Well, visible from the house. The house is set in the village centre, giving easy access to all of the village amenities.

An excellent range of leisure and shopping facilities including a Waitrose, cafés and specialist shops, can be found in nearby Henley. Henley railway station has good services to London with a single change at Twyford, where it connects with the mainline from Reading to Paddington. Crossrail allowing direct access to the City, Canary Wharf, the West End and Heathrow will be available from Twyford and Reading from late 2020. The area is well served for schools, both state and private, including The Oratory, Shiplake College, Reading Blue Coat and Queen Anne's in Caversham easily accessible. The M4 and the M40 are about 10 miles away and the M4 connects to the M3 and M25 motorway network. There is extensive walking, cycling and riding in the surrounding countryside.
The front door leads to a spacious hallway which is well lit with multiple windows and a glazed doorway separating the dining room directly ahead, which affords glimpses through the house and into the garden beyond. The living room runs the width of the house and enjoys views over both the front and rear gardens. There is a log burner, built in storage unit and sliding patios facing south. Externally, there is an awning to keep the room cool during summer months. The dining room also benefits from some built in storage and a square bay window. The kitchen was modernised a few years ago, and now is a contemporary and well thought through space. There is a double oven, one of which is a steam oven, a warming drawer, a pull out larder cupboard, a recessed remote controlled extractor fan and a peninsula preparation area. The work tops are wooden, there are built in appliances including a full height Miele fridge and freezer and an induction hob. There is a dining area beyond. The kitchen is flooded with light through four windows to multiple aspects. The utility room is accessed from the kitchen and fitted to match the kitchen. It has a side door to the garage and garden area. A separate study and a w.c. Complete the downstairs accommodation.

Upstairs, the principle bedroom is generous. It includes an ensuite with a bath and separate shower and a walk-in dressing room with fitted wardrobes and a window to the garden. The remaining three bedrooms are all doubles, one is currently being used as a craft room. Many of the bedrooms have built in wardrobes or double aspect windows. This floor also has the family bathroom. There is a loft for storage.
Outside space
The property is located on a quiet cul-de-sac of just seven houses. It is set back on its plot and has a large front lawn behind a private hedge. It has a gravel driveway leading up to the house and garage, on which multiple vehicles could be parked. The garage itself is a detached double and has two up and over doors. There is also a window and side door to access the garden.

The gardens are wrapped around the house. Through the living room sliding doors, there is a mature, planned garden which is south facing. There is a patio seating area, lawn and quaint path winding through a pergola. The west facing side lawn has an ornamental rose garden, along with two areas of raised vegetable and fruit planting and a five bar gate to the parking area.
Local authority and services
South Oxfordshire district council. Oil fired central heating. The house is fitted with a solar hot water heating system, using the boiler as back up should it be required. Council tax band G.
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Local Amenities

  • Goring & Streatley 5.2 miles
  • Henley-on-Thames 5.3 miles
  • Stoke Row Church of England School 0.1 miles
  • Checkendon Church of England (A) Primary School 1.2 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Goring & Streatley 5.2 miles
  • Henley-on-Thames 5.3 miles
  • Stoke Row Church of England School 0.1 miles
  • Checkendon Church of England (A) Primary School 1.2 miles

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Sold prices provided by Land Registry
9th Oct 2020 £1,195,000 First listed
4th Nov 1996 £275,000 Last sold

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