Constructed of brick under a tiled roof in the 1960s, well screened from neighbours and the road, this charming bungalow is bright and spacious and offers flexible accommodation with its 3 reception areas which afford beautiful and far-reaching views, with a South Westerly aspect, over the valley and beyond.
The property is approached over a tarmac drive with parking and turning area leading to double garage with steps down to solid wood front door with glazed panels to either side with outside light.
Lower Mead sits in the highly regarded Hambleden Valley, less than a mile from the picturesque village of Hambleden, a quintessential English village with traditional country pub, village shop/post office and historic church. The larger towns of Henley-on-Thames and Marlow, 8 miles away respectively, offer a wide range of shops of recreational facilities whilst Reading and Oxford offer a more comprehensive range of amenities. The valley provides many attractive walks over the Chiltern Hills with a footpath leading directly into the village, golf at Harleyford and Huntercombe and Phyllis Court, a private members club, covers a wide range of interests including a fine dining restaurant.
The property is also well placed for access to the M40 motorway (J4 7 miles) at High Wycombe and the M4 motorway (J8 9-12miles) at Maidenhead Thicket.
Mains electricity, water and drainage, oil central heating.
From Henley-on-Thames take the A4255 Marlow Road our of Henley and after approximately 3.5 miles at Mill End, bear left signposted Hambleden and Fingest.
Turn right into Hambledon past the shop and church on the left and then turn left signposted to Pheasants Hill. After about 0.8 miles on a sharp right hand bend, bear left up a shingle track and Lower Mead is first on the left.
Viewing by prior appointment with sole agents Robinson Sherstons Henley office on 01491 411911 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
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