Redcliffe House dates back to the "Georgian" period and retains many of the key architectural features that have always been so highly regarded, including elegant sash windows, exposed ornamental timbers, original doors and fireplaces. A particularly fine feature is the contemporary twist that has been carefully created to blend old and new to form a beautiful home that celebrates the very best of period and modernity, standing in a prominent position on New Street, certainly one of Henley On Thames most sought after locations moments from the river front on The Thames and the vibrant town centre.
The accommodation is arranged over three floors, and through out the house the elegant atmosphere and careful attention to detail is beautifully achieved. The are two receptions and a cleverly designed kitchen on the ground floor, the first floor has retained the original drawing room, and the master suite, whilst the top floor has three more bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Redcliffe House has an outstanding garden to the rear, which is a peaceful haven from the thriving heart of Henley. The open plan family room /dining room has glass on two sides that fold back completely, opening up the patio area, perfect for alfresco and inside out entertaining. The patio leads through to a generous walled garden, mainly laid to lawn with established borders. At the far end of the garden in an elegant garden room for those moments of quiet retreat. There is garaging and parking for two large cars, that connects directly into the garden. This is a very rare feature for houses in the neighbourhood and significant benefit of this wonderful property.
New Street an elegant street of period properties and designated a Conservaton Area in in the favoured north side of Henley On Thames, at one end of New Street is the central shopping area of the town, and the other the iconic River Thames. Moments away are The Phyliss Court Club, Hotel Du Vin and The Kenton Theatre.
Henley On Thames is renowned for the Royal Regatta each summer, other notable events are The Henley Festival of Music and Art, The Rewind Festival and The Traditional Boat Rally. Henley Station connects with services to London Paddington (Crossrail) and Heathrow Airport and Central London area easily accessed within an hours drive and beyond Henley itself are the beautiful Chilterns for the very best in English countryside.
Mains services: Electricity / water / sewerage or private drainage.
Council Tax: South Oxfordshire District Council
EPC Rating: D
Directions (RG9 2BP)
Entering Henley on Thames over the bridge, continue up Hart Street to the light. At the lights turn right onto Bell Street, continue and take the first right onto New Street. Radcliffe House can be found halfway down the street on the right.
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