Savills | Catslip, Nettlebed, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 5BL | New homes for sale
3,048 sq ft(283.17 sq m)
Guide price £1,795,000(€2,078,025)

CatslipNettlebed, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 5BL

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Stunning nearly new house built in 2019
  • Semi rural location on the edge of village
  • High specification throughout
  • Light, elegant accommodation
  • Garden with views over countryside
  • Large driveway with double garage

Elegant brick and flint bespoke property in sought after location

About this property

  • Hawthorne House is a beautiful property which was built to a very high specification back in 2019. The elevations are traditional with the use of brick and flint under a clay tile roof but internally the latest technology has been used with skill. The house has underfloor heating throughout provided by two air source heat pumps and two hot water tanks which ensure that the heating is efficient and a reliable supply of constant hot water is always available to all bathrooms even if used simultaneously.

    The dining room has double doors opening to a private paved terrace to the front of the property providing great space to enjoy outdoor dining. The sitting room is a large, well-proportioned room with an open fireplace with stone surround. Double doors open to the garden terrace. The magnificent kitchen has a range of wall and floor units and central island with solid tulip wood doors, oak dovetailed drawers and quartz worksurfaces. The integrated Miele appliances include two ovens, two warming drawers, microwave, coffee machine, dishwasher and larder fridge. There is a Siemens freezer, a Quooker hot and cold filtered water tap and and, insinkerator food gurgitator. The room is large and provides dining and sitting space with a recessed TV and a contemporary gas fire. There are two sets of bi-fold doors making this a wonderful family space opening directly to the garden.

    To the first floor the principal bedroom has a Juliette balcony and is fitted with a range of cupboards and drawers and the en suite is well appointed with a BC designs bath, Hans Grohe shower, and Villeroy and Boch twin basins and WC. There is a guest bedroom with en suite shower room, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. A particular point in the design of the house is that all the bedrooms are generous doubles and all bathrooms have lots of space creating a home that feels light and spacious.

    Audio Visual
    Considerable expense has gone into the audio visual design with professional installation of Control4 home automation controlling Sonos ceiling speakers in the Master bedroom, master en suite, kitchen and living room. There is CCTV covering the outside of the property that can also be accessed via the control4 system. There is a security alarm, data and tv points throughout the house and professional wifi infrastructure ensuring seamless data connection.

    Domestic RHI Grant of £1338 which claimed quarterly significantly offsets heating bills.

    Hawthorne House is approached from the lane via 5 bar iroko wooden gates opening to a sweeping drive to the front of the house and garage where there is parking for several cars. To either side of the drive the garden is laid to lawn and landscaped with trees and the plant borders. The double garage has a store area to one side and there is a private paved terrace to the other.

    Gates at either side give access to the rear garden which is laid mainly to lawn. The stone terrace runs the length of the house, accessed from the drawing room and kitchen. It leads to a seating/dining area sheltered by an oak framed gazebo proving the perfect place for al fresco dining.

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A stunning house with gorgeous views over the hamlet of Crocker End.

Victoria KnightProperty agent

Local information

  • Hawthorne House is situated in Catslip near the hamlet of Crocker End in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The nearby village of Nettlebed has good local facilities including a shop, café and delicatessen, GP surgery. More extensive shopping, and recreational facilities are found in Henley-on-Thames and the regional towns of Marlow, Oxford and Reading. There are schools of excellent repute in the area including Ofsted rated outstanding state primary Nettlebed, state secondary at Gillotts in Henley and outstanding independent schools include Rupert House, Moulsford, Cranford House, the Oratory and the Abingdon schools. There is a mainline train service from Henley-on-Thames (via Twyford) and Reading to London, Paddington (from 25 minutes). Crossrail service opening at both Twyford and Reading due soon. Access to both the M4 and M40 is within 15 miles.

Additional information

  • Henley-on-Thames 5 miles; Reading 12 miles; Oxford 19.5 miles
  • Directions: From Henley-on-Thames leave on the Oxford road, up the Fair Mile (A4130). After 4 miles just before the roundabout at Nettlebed, turn right signposted to Crocker End. Turn right into Catslip and Hawthorne House will be found on the left. Post code - RG9 5BL.
  • EPC Rating = B