Front Elevation
3,803 sq ft(353.31 sq m)
Guide price £1,795,000

MaidensgroveHenley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 6HA


    Key features

    • Bespoke family house
    • Beautiful countryside setting
    • 3 reception rooms
    • Studio above garage
    • Close to Henley-on-Thames and Watlington

    Beautiful newly built family home in rural setting

    About this property

    • Woodmans is a stunning newly built family home, occupying a wonderful position in a highly sought after location. Constructed in 2019 to a very high standard, it offers beautifully proportioned living accommodation in a peaceful setting.

      The ground floor features oak flooring and underfloor heating throughout. The drawing room leads off the hallway and has a woodburning stove and fitted storage. In addition, there is also a study and separate TV/Play room/snug offering flexible accommodation. Stairs lead down to the kitchen which has striking proportions and is lovely and light. The kitchen features Quartz Carrera marble worktops, a double butler sink, Rangemaster range cooker, Neff integrated dishwasher and American fridge freezer. The dining area has full height bi fold doors which lead out directly onto the patio and garden.

      The ground floor also offers a cloakroom, plant room and utility room with back door.

      The first floor has a large master suite consisting of a dressing room, bathroom with a shower and free standing bath. There is also a guest bedroom suite, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

      Outside
      The front garden encompasses a sweeping gravel driveway as well as lawn area with a variety of mature trees and shrubs. To the rear of the property there is a stone patio leading to a lawn edged with mature shrubs and trees. The rear garden backs on to Pishillbury Woods.

      The double garage has electric doors and an external staircase leading up to studio/office which is carpeted and has velux windows.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A stunning house close to Henley.

    Victoria KnightProperty agent

    Local information

    • Maidensgrove is one of the most sought after hamlets in the high Chilterns, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
    • Maidensgrove and Russells Water Common are close by giving access to the extensive bridleway and footpath network through glorious countryside.
    • The historic riverside town of Henley on Thames is just 5 miles distant and has excellent local facilities including supermarkets, a hospital and a fine variety of shops, public houses and restaurants.
    • More comprehensive facilities can be found in nearby towns Reading and Maidenhead.
    • Henley station provides a morning and evening direct commuter service (from 45 minutes) and a link to the mainline railway stations in Reading and Twyford with a fast service to London Paddington (from 28 minutes).
    • The M4 (J8/9) and M40 (J5) provide access to Heathrow and the motorway network.
    • There is an excellent and varied selection of schooling in the area as well as sporting facilities including a number of fine local golf courses at Badgemore Park, Henley and Huntercombe.

    Additional information

    • Directions
    • From the centre of Henley proceed out of the town to the north west on the A4130 (Fairmile). Just before the dual carriageway, turn right signposted Stonor and the Assendons. Go through Middle Assendon and Stonor and on leaving the village, just before Stonor Park, turn left into Park Lane, signposted Russells Water and Maidensgrove. Proceed up through the beech woods and take the first track
    • on your right, take the next right hand turn and the drive way can be found third on the right.
    • Directions: Directions From the centre of Henley proceed out of the town to the north west on the A4130 (Fairmile). Just before the dual carriageway, turn right signposted Stonor and the Assendons. Go through Middle Assendon and Stonor and on leaving the village, just before Stonor Park, turn left into Park Lane, signposted Russells Water and Maidensgrove. Proceed up through the beech woods and take the first track on your right, take the next right hand turn and the drive way can be found third on the right.
    • EPC Rating = B