Elegant home set within sought after enclave
Alameda is a magnificent six bedroom semi-detached Edwardian home which boasts an abundance of original period features and has been loving restored by the current ownership. The property offers a unique opportunity to transform a home coming to the market for the first time in over 45 years. The internal accommodation is spacious, light and offers dramatic proportions arranged over three floors and boasts over c.3,400 of versatile living space. The south facing aspect creates an abundance of natural light, with views of the secluded surroundings.
Upon entering the long entrance hall has a cloakroom and leads to a family room with working fireplace and doors to the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is spacious and has a large amount of storage with wall and base units and integrated appliances. The sitting room completes the living accommodation on the ground floor and has an abundance of natural light with large sash windows and grand proportions with high ceilings and detailed cornicing. The wrap around garden room provides a walk-through to the garden.
On the first floor are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Bedroom two offers a large en-suite bathroom and the beautiful principal bedroom has a feature bay window with a wrap around balcony. On the second floor are a further three bedrooms, including bedroom six which can be used a self-contained studio with a working kitchenette.
The rear garden has been beautifully maintained and is predominantly laid to lawn. The plot is surrounded by mature trees and planters to offer a high degree of privacy. Sitting off the kitchen is a wrap round flagstone patio, which is ideal for al-fresco dining in the summer months. To the front of the property is parking and a detached garage which offers plentiful storage and a potential home office on the first floor.
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A truly magnificent home set within one of Henley's most prominent roads. My favorite aspect is the beautifully manicured rear garden.Adam Sayers