- Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Log Burner
- Dining/Family Room
- Principle Bedroom with Ensuite & Walk in Wardrobe
- Family Bathroom with Roll Top bath
- Enclosed Off Road Parking
- Sitting Room with Open Fireplace
- Cloakroom, Utility Room & Boot Room
- Three Further Double Bedrooms
- Garden Office with Kitchenette & WC
- Gas Central Heating
A beautifully presented four bedroom detached Edwardian family home full of charm. Recently much improved providing spacious, versatile living, with lovely private gardens and parking. Situated in the heart of this thriving South Oxfordshire village.
Sonning Common offers excellent connections whilst being surrounded by beautiful countryside for wonderful walks and bike rides. The Gables is a short stroll from the health centre, dentist, vets and a great selection of shops including a Co-op, butchers, post office, chemist, hairdressers, hardware and pet stores. There's a library and restaurants including Indian, Chinese, fish & chips, plus a bakery/tea room. Multiple pubs abound including AWT's renowned The Greyhound.
The towns of Henley on Thames and Reading are approx equal distance, each being less than 4 miles. There is a regular fast train service from Reading to London Paddington, Plus the new, hugely beneficial Crossrail. The M4 and M40 provide good motorway links and easy access to Heathrow airport.
Bus services are available from a stop on Kennylands Road.
Sonning Common primary school is situated on the adjacent Grove Road. Also walking distance is Chiltern Edge senior school and the bus to Gillots in Henley. Private schools such as both the Oratory Senior and Prep and Queen Annes are a short drive away. There is easy access also to Rupert House, Cranford House and Moulsford, also with bus routes.
This detached double fronted Edwardian home has an attractive porch to the front, hallway with cloakroom and boot room with original painted floor boards. The L shaped dual aspect sitting room has oak flooring, an open fireplace and French doors leading to the pretty rear terrace. The kitchen/breakfast room is generously proportioned with plenty of space and ideal for family needs. Boasting a feature brick chimney with wood burning stove and traditional built in larder. Access to the utility room with plumbing, cupboards and worktops.
The first floor provides four double bedrooms, with a light and airy landing. The principle bedroom overlooks the garden with pine wood flooring, walk in wardrobe/dressing room, (also housing the gas boiler) extensive fitted wardrobes and an ensuite shower room. The family bathroom, has a quaint free standing roll top bath.
The doors throughout the house are original and restored, adding to its unique charm.
To the picturesque front of the property is a neat lawn, divided by a gravel path and access to the new storage shed and private enclosed parking for two cars and accessed via a large wooden electric gate. The side of the house enjoys a wonderful mature wisteria. A side gate offers additional access to the kitchen/back door and delightful secluded garden with terrace. The lovely long lawn is strewn with shrubs and fruit trees, enclosed by mature hedging,
The timber Studio/Office has been newly refurbished with kitchenette and WC making it a perfect and peaceful self-contained home working environment, separate from the house.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
The Energy-Efficiency Rating is a measure of a home's overall efficiency. The higher the rating, the more energy-efficient the home is, and the lower the fuel bills are likely to be.