Guide Price £1,295,000 - Sold

  • Large Sitting Room
  • Conservatory
  • Spacious Entrance Hall
  • Four Further Bedrooms (two with ensuites)
  • Utility Room
  • Three Further Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Master Bedroom with Large Ensuite
  • Family Bathroom
  • Large Integral Garage plus driveway parking

The Leas is a beautifully presented house, situated in the heart of Lower Shiplake, offering spacious accommodation, with high ceilings and excellent well-proportioned rooms. There is a spacious entrance hall, which access all the principle rooms, having double doors into both the sitting and dining rooms. The kitchen/breakfast room is a good size, with utility room off and the family room with access into the garden, also opens into the conservatory. The large garage is also accessed from the hall. There are five bedrooms, a lovely master suite, two further bedrooms with ensuite shower rooms and family bathroom.
Outside the gardens are nicely secluded and private, with wide access to the side. There is also ample driveway parking

Northfield Avenue is a Private Road and the property is just a short stroll to the centre of the village. Where you will find an excellent village shop and Post Office, village butchers and a popular public house with restaurant. Shiplake railway station offers an excellent service into London Paddington (approx. 45 mins) and there is an excellent primary school, at nearby Shiplake Cross, as well as a good selection of other state and private schools in the nearby area. Lower Shiplake is located just 1.5 miles to the south of Henley on Thames, Reading is approx. 6 miles by car, offering a wide choice of shopping multiples. There is good access to the motorway network, via Jct 8/9 M4 approx 10 miles.

Porch with entrance to the spacious entrance hall, with access to all principle rooms, cloakroom and integral garage. Both the sitting room and dining room are approached via double doors, the sitting room having a Regency style open fireplace and bay window to the garden, the dining room having double doors which open to the garden. There is a study at the front, the kitchen/breakfast room is fitted to two walls, with an island unit, granite worktops and fitted appliances. The utility room off the kitchen, houses the Glow worm gas boiler, sink unit with space for appliances. The family room, has a vaulted ceiling and double doors which open onto the garden and archway into the octagonal conservatory, with electric panel heating.

On the first floor there are five bedrooms; the master suite has built in wardrobes with a spacious ensuite bathroom with bath and shower cubicle. There are two further double bedrooms, with ensuite shower rooms, both also having built in wardrobes, along with a further double bedroom and a single bedroom which has fitted wardrobes along one wall. There is a large family bathroom, with bath and separate shower cubicle.

The property has a wide plot, with tarmac driveway and a wide area to each side of the property, one side with double gates.
Integral Garage electric up and over door.

The rear garden is of good size, very private, with patio, good size lawn, bushes and shrubs, with a large Eucalyptus tree and mature trees to the boundaries. Paved side access with small shed.

Agents Note: Northfield Avenue is a Private Road and a £60 annual charge is made for road maintenance.

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.

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