11 Adam Court is located in an attractive residential area of Henley, within a few minutes walk of the town centre with its excellent shopping, including Waitrose, a range of independent retail shops, a weekly market and a 3 screen cinema. Henley-on-Thames is an attractive market town situated in beautiful and unspoilt countryside, approximately 36 miles west of Central London. The town is world famous for the annual Royal Regatta and hosts a renowned Music and Arts Festival every summer, amongst other popular events. The Henley & Huntercombe golf clubs are both close by and there are excellent walks beside the river and in the nearby Chiltern Hills.
Built in approximately 1979 by Thomas Homes, in a small select development around a pedestrian area. The town house is built of brick under a tiled roof, the house is equipped with double glazed windows and gas central heating. The house does require some internal updating. There is an enclosed courtyard garden with rear access, a single garage with storage as well as visitors parking.
To be sold with no onward chain. A viewing is recommended to appreciate the full extent of what this house has to offer.
Canopy Porch with outside light and solid wood front door.
Coats hanging area and a door leading to the sitting room.
Low level WC, oval wash hand basin, extractor fan and storage cupboard.
A double aspect room with a feature Adam style fireplace with a wooden overmantle and inset Marple sides and hearth, coved ceiling, stairs to first floor; open plan to the dining room.
Open plan to sitting room, overlooking the garden to the rear, with external door, radiator and doorway to kitchen
Range of matching wall and floor units with inset bowl sink unit with mixer tap and working surfaces to the side with plumbing. There is space for a washing machine and dishwasher, inset 4 ring gas hob with extra fan with concealed lighting over, electric oven and grill with 1/2 tiled walls and also space for fridge/freezer. Wall mounted gas boiler.
Access to an insulated loft. Large airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.
Overlooking the front with 2 double wardrobes with slatted shelves and a hanging rail and storage cupboard over door.
A coloured suite with twin grip panel enclosed bath, pedestal wash hand basin, mirror with overhead light and shaver socket. Low level WC, fully tiled walls and heated towel rail.
Overlooking the rear with fitted double cupboard with hanging rail and shelves with storage cupboards over.
Overlooking the rear with fitted cupboards with mirror front, hanging rail and shelves.
Twin grip panel enclosed bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Pedestal wash hand basin with mirror, shaver socket with overhead light, low level WC, fully tiled walls and extractor fan.
Patio garden with raised flower borders, outside tap and pedestrian gate.
Garage number 11 with metal up and over door light and power, loft storage area with access from a pull down ladder.
Viewings are strictly by appointment with sole agents Robinson Sherston on 01491 411911 / email@example.com
Postcode RG9 2BJ - From the bridge over the River Thames, proceed up Hart Street and turn right into Bell Street, turn left at the first mini roundabout into Kings Walk and take the first on the left into Ravenscroft Road and Adam Court is immediately on your left at the end of Ravenscroft Road.
Mains, gas, electricity and water. Please note that the television reception in some areas in and around Henley can be poor. Booster equipment may be required for terrestrial reception, or a satellite dish may be required.
Council Tax: South Oxfordshire District Council Band F, Amount payable 2018/19 £2,625.71
Adam Court Ltd manage the external communal areas. Service Charge £420.00 pa in the year to 31st March 2019.
EPC Rating: C
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Nothing in these particulars shall be deemed to be a statement that the property is in good structural condition or that any services, appliances, equipment or facilities are in good working order. Measurements and distances referred to are given as a guide only whilst descriptions of the property are subjective and are used in good faith as an opinion and not as a statement of fact. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise on such matters prior to purchase.