Savills | Brook House, 24 Duke Street, Henley-On-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 1UP | Property for sale | New Developments for sale
45.99 to 88.54 sq m
Guide price £320,000 -​ £525,000(€352,412 -​ €578,177)

Brook House24 Duke Street, Henley-On-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 1UP

  • New development
  • Help To Buy

Key features

  • COMING SOON, call today to secure a viewing on 0118 952 0540
  • Discover these premium apartments in the heart of Henley on Thames
  • Lovely independent shops, great pubs and restaurants on your doorstep
  • Images of show home for illustrative purposes only
  • Resident Only Parking
  • Walking distance of the River Thames, and Henley Station
  • Easy access to the M4 to the south and M40 to the north
  • HELP TO BUY AVAILABLE

A boutique collection of just 10 individually designed apartments located in the very heart of Henley on Thames all with parking. Call today to secure a viewing 0118 952 0540.

About this property

  • Brook House really isn't one to be missed! Call 0118 952 0540 today to secure your viewing.

    This exciting new development inspirational glamour, located in the heart of Henley on Thames, this buzzing destination has it all! Henley is a colourful and vibrant place to call home.

    Brook House has been recently renovated to a high standard throughout and now offers a stunning contemporary finish with modern fixtures and fittings. Each apartment is unique in layout making no two alike.

    Spacious living area with modern up lights, contemporary fully equipped kitchen with AEG appliances and Calcatta marble worktops. All bathrooms come fully fitted with the hotel spa feel to them with LED lighting & sink with vanity unit.

    Service Charges apply
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Wonderfully vibrant modern apartments within walking distance of the Henley town centre.

Carly TaggProperty agent

Local information

  • All about Henley on Thames and surrounding countryside.
  • Henley town, is awash with good restaurants and cafes, explore the Michelin experience at the Boathouse, the H-café, offering afternoon tea, with the Harrods' chefs using the very best ingredients to The Café at the River & Rowing Museum, proudly sourcing food from local independent suppliers. Enjoy selecting fresh local produce and crafts at the Farmers Market. The surrounding area has numerous farm shops to visit offering a selection of fresh home grown meat and produce.
  • Relax and enjoy the River Thames, cruises, boat hire to rowing at the one of the oldest open rowing clubs in Great Britain.
  • Enjoy a performance at the Kenton Theatre, the fourth-oldest working theatre in the UK. Seating 240, the theatre today offers a varied programme of comedy, drama, music, talks and more.
  • Take a tour of the Chiltern Valley Winery & Brewery. Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with its Vineyard, Winery, Brewery, Liqueur making facilities and cellar shop surrounded by beech woodland and overlooking the beautiful Hambleden Valley.
  • National Trust Greys Court, 10 minute drive from Henley. Discover more than the families of Greys Court, from the de Grey family in 1806 to the Brunner family who gave the property to the National Trust in 1969.
  • Stonor Park, 10 minute drive from Henley. The lush parkland of Stonor is set in a dramatic sweeping valley, deep within the heart of the Chiltern Hills. Explore the three gardens – from ponds and fountains and the eclectically treed Arboretum.
  • When it comes to walking in Henley, there is something for everyone; from long country rambles, short guided historic tours, nature trails at Warburg Nature Reserve to riverside walks along the Thames Path. For the more adventurous you can explore the Chiltern Hills numerous cycling/running trials.
  • Henley is situated approximately 8 miles northeast of Reading and 25 miles southeast of Oxford, Vicinia sits conveniently close to towns and cities for your commute or for a day out.
  • Easy access to the M4 to the south and M40 to the north, London Paddington is under an hour away by train.