Henley-On-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 6RP
Beautifully presented character village family home
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Built in 1980 with brick and flint elevations under a clay tiled roof, Hamblebrook House has been the subject of an extensive modernisation and refurbishment. It now offers beautifully appointed family accommodation with light and bright rooms, including the benefit of an annexe/flat. There is under floor heating throughout all rooms downstairs, engineered oak floorboards, brand new boiler and central heating system with pressurised Megaflow hot water system. The kitchen Breakfast room is fitted with a Lacanche range cooker and extractor and AEG appliances. CP Hart fittings in downstairs cloakroom. All bath and shower rooms are brand new. Videx gate entry system. Throughout the decor is fresh and stylish and Hamblebrook is ready for occupation.
The property is approached via solid wooden electric gates opening to a drive and large parking area to the front of the property and garage. The gardens wrap around three sides of the house and are laid mainly to lawn with large flower borders planted with a variety of perennial plants, mature shrubs and climbers. From the dining room, French windows open to a south and west facing terrace providing the perfect place to enjoy the wonderful views down the valley and surrounding countryside. The formal gardens open to extensive grounds running down to the Hamblebrook. To the rear of the garage is a useful garden store and built in barbecue. Positioned to take full advantage of the stunning views is a detached summerhouse with power, light and under floor heating providing a charming garden room which can be enjoyed all year round.
Property Reference Number: GBHERSHES130041
Hamblebrook House is delightfully situated, tucked away in the charming National Trust village of Hambleden, which has a village store, popular pub and village church. It has views over the village playing fields, cricket pitch and across the stunning Hambleden Valley. Both Marlow and Henley-on-Thames provide extensive educational, shopping and recreational facilities. Mainline stations can be found at Henley-on-Thames, Marlow and Maidenhead (London, Paddington from 19 minutes). The A404M is approximately 5 miles distant connecting to the M40 and M4 motorways. There are miles of outstanding riding and walking in the surrounding countryside and boating on the nearby River Thames.
From Henley-on-Thames proceed towards Marlow on the A4155. After 3 miles, on reaching Mill End, turn left signposted to Hambleden and Skirmett. Take the second right, signposted to Hambleden, and continue over the small bridge into the village. Continue past the Stag and Huntsman public house and turn right into the car park. The entrance to Hamblebrook House is in the corner on the right hand side.
- Sold in September 2013
- 3 Reception Rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Double Garage & store
- Summer house
- Gardens & grounds (around 1.3 acres)
- EPC Rating = F