General We are delighted to offer this immaculately presented three-bedroom detached house situated on a quiet, highly sought-after road in Stoke Row. The property has been tastefully decorated throughout and provides elegant and spacious accommodation.
Propertydescription The property is approached by a private driveway with a 5-bar wooden gate and provides parking for several cars. The house consists of entrance hall with cloakroom w/c and doors to adjacent rooms. To the front of the property is the kitchen that benefits from matching eye and base level units, integrated appliances, a breakfast area, and external door to the side of the property. The spacious dining room to the rear of the property benefits from a sliding door to the garden patio, perfect for al fresco dining and allows space for generous sized dining room table. The living room to the rear is a light and spacious room with bay windows, a separate snug space, sliding doors to the garden and a feature fireplace. The ground floor also benefits from a second reception/study room to the front of the property. The first floor consists of a master bedroom that includes a newly tiled en-suite with white three-piece suite and walk in wardrobe/dressing room with generous wardrobe space. The second bedroom is dual aspect and benefits from a double wardrobe. The third double bedroom is front aspect and benefits from a snug area. The first floor also consists of a family bathroom with white four-piece suite including a separate shower and bath. Externally, the property benefits from a large rear garden mainly laid to lawn, with patio and mature shrub boarders, as well as a garage that benefits from a side door to the rear garden. Externally to the front is driveway parking for several cars and main garage door.
Location Stoke Row is a thriving village located in the Chiltern Hills just 5 miles from Henley On Thames. Stoke Row benefits from two fantastic pubs by way of The Crooked Billet and The Cherry Tree Inn, local recreational facilities including cricket and tennis clubs as well as a convenient village store and café, everything you need within walking distance. Stoke Row also benefits from picturesque countryside walks and cycles routes. An excellent range of leisure and shopping facilities including a Waitrose, cafés and independent shops can be found in nearby Henley as well. The area is well served for schools, both state and private, including The Oratory, Shiplake College, Reading Blue Coat, Queen Anne's in Caversham, and Stoke Row Primary School within walking distance.
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