Hazel Grove, Kingwood, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 5NH | Property for sale | Savills
2,435 sq ft(226.22 sq m)
Guide price £1,150,000(€1,359,477)

Hazel GroveKingwood, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 5NH

    Key features

    • 4 bedroom detached family home
    • Driveway parking and double garage
    • Private rear garden with large patio
    • Parkland setting of 180 acres
    • Communal grounds with residence tennis courts

    A detached family home, set in a picturesque setting of 180 acres of parkland in the sought after Wyfold Estate.

    About this property

    • Upon entering the property, you will be greeted by a large welcoming, oak floored reception hall that leads to the main reception rooms, the study, the downstairs cloakroom and access to the garage.

      The spacious kitchen/breakfast room is filled with natural light and offers delightful views of the rear garden. It features a range of wall and base units, with a variety of integrated appliances. The kitchen has ample space for a dining table in the breakfast area, with French windows that lead out to the garden. Off the kitchen there is a separate utility room and backdoor.

      The sitting room boasts a duel aspect layout, featuring a stone fireplace, high ceilings adorned with cornice, solid oak flooring, a bay with French doors opening to the garden.

      Between the sitting and kitchen is a dining room, conveniently accessible from the hall. The room has French windows that open onto the centre of the patio area and the garden. This room could be knocked through to the kitchen to make a larger kitchen / breakfast / family room should one desire.

      Completing the ground floor, you will find a study, a cloakroom and a door into the double garage.

      Stairs lead to the first floor, illuminated by an impressive atrium-style window spanning from the gables almost to the ground, allowing natural light to grace both the ground and first floors.

      The first floor accommodates a generously sized principal bedroom complete with an en suite bathroom and separate dressing room. Additionally, there are three more double bedrooms. Bedroom two also benefits from an en suite bathroom and separate walk in wardrobe/ dressing room. Bedroom three has its own door into the third bathroom as well as a door from the landing that could allow it to be used as the main family bathroom. Both bedrooms three and four offer large fitted wardrobes.

      Access to the property is gained through a tree-lined private road within the carefully maintained parkland estate. A driveway provides private parking space for several vehicles, along with a two bay garage, offering additional parking/storage.

      At the rear you'll discover an attractive, amply sized space for outdoor seating that is perfect for al fresco dining and entertaining, with the large patio area stretching more than the width of the property. There is additional capacity for a gardening/tools shed on one side of the house and a bin etc. With the other side serving as access to the front.

      The borders are adorned with mature shrubs and bushes, the remainder of the garden is laid to lawn, enclosed by closed board fencing with mature boards.

      The private estate covers 180 acres and features walking paths on the upper and lower meadows and nearby bridleways all of which are perfect for leisurely walks, bike and horse rides. Residents also have access to carefully maintained tennis courts located between the meadows and a wonderful productive apple orchard.

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    I love the rear garden, with its large patio that is perfect for al fresco dining! As well as the delightful Hazel Grove setting, within the private grounds of the Wyfold Estate.

    Charlie ChavasseProperty agent

    Local information

    • On a quiet no through road within a former country estate set high in the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this detached family home is set within the 180 acres of parkland of the Wyfold Court Estate, a Grade II* Gothic mansion built in 1874 for the family of Baron Herman Hodge.
    • The nearby towns of Henley-on-Thames and Reading both have extensive shopping, recreational and educational facilities; from Reading there is a regular, fast train service to London Paddington and Crossrail to the heart of London.
    • There are also frequent RailAir buses to Heathrow Airport from Reading Station.
    • The M4 and M40 motorways provide good motorway links to the M25, the west country and midlands.
    • There are a number of very good country pubs in the area including The Crooked Billet in nearby Stoke Row and The Greyhound at Rotherfield Peppard.
    • There is excellent riding and walking in the surrounding countryside.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From Henley Town Hall, leave via Gravel Hill passing Badgemore Golf Club and continue through Rotherfield Greys to the T-junction at Bolts Cross (B481). Turn left signposted to Reading and Sonning Common and continue on this road down Peppard Hill and take the right turn to Kidmore End and Woodcote. At the crossroads turn right onto the Stoke Row Road. Proceed for about 1 mile and turn left into Lime Avenue (private road) which leads into The Wyfold Estate. Take the 1st turning on the right in to Hazel Grove, take the left fork around the green, no. 27 can be found at the end of the road on the right.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G