The accommodation of Little Paddock is arranged over two floors floors with fabulous proportions and attention to detail to create a turn key family home.
Stepping through the front door under the covered porch, one enters a central hallway from which all the main rooms are accessed. The accommodation has been carefully curated to give flexible rooms. The centrepiece is the large kitchen family room, with full width bi-folding doors out to the terrace and garden, and there is a separate utility/boot room. Also on the ground floor is a large bedroom suite, bathroom/wc, sitting room and a flexible fourth bedroom or study.
Upstairs, there are two fabulous suites off a generous landing and a large walk-in store room.
* Please note that some of the room photos have been 'virtually staged' to add furniture.
Little Paddock, along with its neighbours, stands in an elevated position set back from the road, with a sweeping driveway leading up to the house with an attractive lawn border and side access.
The rear garden has been landscaped, a full width stone patio runs along the width of the house with a timber sleeper border and a generous area of lawn.
Highmoor is a pretty hamlet close to the villages of Stoke Row and Nettlebed, both of which have highly regarded village primary schools. There is a lovely nursery school just a few 100 yards away, and some wonderful walking and riding on a myriad of footpaths and bridleways.
The pretty riverside town of Henley-on-Thames is just 5 miles away, a vibrant market town with its excellent shopping and cultural facilities which include small independent shops as well as bigger names, a weekly market, multi-screen cinema and theatre. The town is world famous for the annual Royal Regatta held in July and hosts a renowned arts and music festival every summer. Henley, Huntercombe, Temple and Badgemore golf clubs are all close by and there is excellent walking beside the river and in the nearby Chiltern Hills. There are some wonderful pubs within a lovely walk including The Rising Sun at Witheridge Hill, Cherry Tree Inn and The Crooked Billet in Stoke Row and The White Hart Hotel in Nettlebed.
Mains services: Electricity / water / drainage
Oil fired central heating
Hard cabling for direct internet (Cat 6)
Council Tax: South Oxfordshire District Council
Band E, £2,666.51 2023/24
EPC Rating: C.