Front Elevation
2,502 sq ft(232.44 sq m)
Guide price £895,000

Station RoadShiplake, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 3JR


    Key features

    • Popular Thameside village location
    • Possibility to update and extend (subject to planning permissions)
    • Well organised accommodation
    • Ample driveway parking and garage
    • No onward chain

    A well-presented detached house home with south facing garden in the popular village of Lower Shiplake.

    About this property

    • Bell House is set in a mature plot, situated in the village of Shiplake. The property has undergone considerable modernisation having double glazed windows, gas-fired central heating with individual thermostat controls. The conservatory houses a small pool and a jacuzzi. An Optiplan kitchen was also fitted in 2005. The sitting room has an open wood-burning fireplace and sliding glazed doors which lead to the rear garden and a private south-facing paved garden, perfect for al fresco dining.

      Upstairs, the master bedroom has en suite bathroom and is fitted with Strachan bedroom furniture. There are two further double bedrooms, one of which is a study with a pull-down bed, and a family bathroom.

      Outside
      The property is approached through automatic wooden gates on to a brick paved park and turn area with a lawn and flower borders. The rear south facing garden is paved with beds planted with mature trees, shrubs and flowers.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A well proportioned home in the desirable village of Lower Shiplake. Offered for sale with no onward chain.

    Charlie ChavasseProperty agent

    Local information

    • Shiplake is a very popular Thames side village. Local amenities include a village shop/post office, butcher, garage and The Baskerville, an award-winning public house and restaurant.
    • The railway station gives mainline access (via Twyford) or Reading with a fast service to London Paddington. Henley-on-Thames, Marlow and Reading are all within easy reach and offer a more comprehensive range of shopping, leisure and recreational facilities.
    • The area is well served for schools of excellent repute including Reading Blue Coat, Shiplake College, The Abbey School for Girls and Queen Anne's in Caversham. Bell House is also in the catchment area of Shiplake Primary School.
    • There are boating activities on the River Thames, and Henley is world famous for the annual Henley Royal Regatta and hosts the Henley Festival of Music & Arts, Henley Literary Festival and regional farmers markets.
    • There is golf at Henley and Huntercombe and racing at nearby Ascot, Windsor and Newbury. There are excellent walks beside the river and in the nearby Chiltern Hills.

    Additional information

    • Directions: Leave Henley on the A4155 going straight over the Tesco roundabout. As you approach Lower Shiplake turn left on to Station Road by the war memorial and go down towards the village. Bell House is a short way down on the right just past Crowsley Road.
    • EPC Rating = D