A superb detached riverside home constructed of brick under a tiled roof with part gabled with white rendered elevations. The house has approximately 55ft direct frontage to the Thames plus a covered mooring. The house is approached through electric wrought iron gates with a gravel parking area and a turning area in front of the 3 car garage (with studio room) where steps and a graduated walkway lead to the front canopy porch with outside lighting front and side doors.
The property has gas under floor heating with wooden oak flooring, doors and stair case. On entering the entrance hall your eye is immediately drawn to the terrace and river. There are bifold doors onto the terrace. A study area leads off the dining hall where there are built in book cases. The kitchen has solid wood units with built-in appliances and this leads onto the utility room. The main bedroom has an en suite bathroom and bifold doors onto the balcony. There are 3 further bedrooms one of which is en suite. The terrace is a great entertaining space with views up and down stream.
Steps lead from the terrace to the lawn area where there is a landing stage and a covered boat mooring. There is a 3 car garage with a studio over. Little Grebe is approached through automatic electric gates onto the gravel parking and turning area. The house has outside lighting and a security system.
Shiplake is a very popular Thameside village. Local amenities include a village shop/post office, butcher, garage and The Baskerville, an award-winning public house and restaurant.
The railway station gives mainline access (via Twyford) in 8 minutes or Reading (18 minutes) with a fast service to London, Paddington (from 25 minutes). Henley-on-Thames, Marlow and Reading are all within easy reach and offer a more comprehensive range of shopping, leisure and recreational facilities.
The area is well served by schools, including Reading Blue Coat, Shiplake College, The Abbey School for Girls and Queen Anne's in Caversham. The Studio is also in the catchment area of Shiplake Primary School.
There are boating activities on the River Thames, and Henley is world-famous for the annual Henley Royal Regatta and hosts the Henley Festival of Music & Arts, Henley Literary Festival and regional farmers' markets.
There is golf at Henley and Huntercombe and racing at nearby Ascot, Windsor and Newbury. There are excellent walks beside the river and in the nearby Chiltern Hills.
Post Code RG9 3NT
Leave Henley on the Reading Road A4155 towards Shiplake and Reading. At the war memorial in Shiplake turn left down station road and proceed past the village store and Baskerville Arms over the level crossing, bare around to the left and Little Grebe will be found a short way down on the right
Strictly by prior appointment with the Sole Agents Robinson Sherston on 01491 411 911, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mains services: Electricity, Gas, Water and Drainage
Council Tax: South Oxfordshire District Council
Council Tax band G amount payable 2022/23 = £3,432.66
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.