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The property is situated in the centre of Henley close to the station, river and the town centre and comprehensive facilities that include a wealth of shops, bars and restaurants, two supermarkets, cinema, theatre as well as pleasant river walks and the railway station that provides a service to London Paddington (55 mins.). The commuter is serviced by both the M4 (J8/9) and M40 motorways approximately 7 miles.
The property is conveniently positioned at the end of three pairs of similar 'Painted' late 19th Century semi detached houses and provides an opportunity to perhaps create the perfect blend of old and new within this characterful home with flexible accommodation over four floors.
• High Ceilings
• Period features throughout (doors, floors and windows etc)
• Flexible family accommodation
• Town center location
• Ample parking
• ‘Open’ rear garden aspect
Approx. 1845 sq ft (171.4 sq m)
Wide steps lead up to the front door. An impressive hallway with large side windows, stairs to first floor landing and to the lower ground floor, door into the double aspect boot room and further doors into the front living room and rear sitting room which are separated by double doors. Both reception rooms have high ceilings, exposed wood flooring and period fireplaces and large French doors from the sitting room provide access to the balcony with steps down to the garden.
On the lower ground floor, the dining room/study is set to the front, a utility room, bathroom and kitchen with French doors out onto the rear garden. (The lower ground floor could be updated to provide a spacious open plan kitchen/family room approx. 25' x 18'5).
On the first floor, main bedroom with built-in storage cupboard. Two further bedrooms (bedroom to the rear with pleasant aspect over the garden and Berkshire Hills beyond) and the large family bathroom with free standing cast iron ball and claw roll top bath.
On the top floor, access to the loft and two double bedrooms with large windows.
The front façade shows arts and crafts style architecture.
A shingled driveway with deep and mature front and side borders continues to the wide side of the property with steps down tot he lower ground floor and to the rear lawned garden (approx. 40' x 30') with the benefit of an 'open' aspect.
From our office in Duke Street proceed towards the traffic lights by Cook and turn left onto Friday Street. Queen Street is the next turning on the right. No. 33 is towards the end on the left hand side.
Due to current regulations it is now necessary for purchasers to provide proof of Identity. This can be in the form of either a current passport or photo driving licence, together with proof of address (valid in the last 3 months) which can be either a utility bill or driving licence (if this has not been used as proof of identity).