- Reception room
- Eat in Kitchen
- Cloakroom and bathroom,
- Two double bedrooms
- Patio garden
- Gas central heating
- Wooden flooring throughout
- Short walk into centre of town.
This two bedroom property was refurbished to a stunning standard just over two years ago and no detail has been left untouched with beautiful hard wood floors throughout. The eat in kitchen has all of the appliances and skylights making the ground floor lovely and light. There is a separate cloakroom and the bathroom has a separate shower cubical and bath. On the first floor there are two good sized double bedrooms with storage. Outside there is a enclosed patio garden.
OUTSIDE Rear Patio
LOCATION Henley on Thames is a charming and famous riverside market town within 10 miles of Reading, 35 miles of Central London and 25 miles from Heathrow. The towns offers an excellent variety of shops ranging from high-street chains to independent boutiques. There are numerous coffee shops and many restaurants offering an array of cuisines. Every summer the town hosts the world famous Royal Regatta followed by the Henley Festival and Rewind Festival. State Primary schools include Trinity, Badgemore and Valley Road, plus Gillotts secondary school, and the Henley Tertiary College. Fee paying schools include Rupert House and St Marys Prep, and there are buses to The Oratory, Reading Blue Coat, Moulsford (boys), Wycombe Abbey and Queen Anne's School, Caversham (girls). Henley is surrounded by lovely countryside, dominated by the Chiltern Hills to the north of the town. The River Thames is a focal point of the town itself.
Minimum Tenancy : 12 months
South Oxfordshire District Council, Band D
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