34 Queen Street, Henley-on-Thames, Oxon RG9 1AP
An attractive bay fronted Victorian end of terrace home, with well-proportioned accommodation over three floors. The property has been extended to the ground floor creating a fantastic open plan kitchen and dining area with a roof lantern and bi-fold doors opening to the west facing rear garden.
A wrought iron gate and a classic Victorian quarry tiled path leads to the front door, which features a decorative arch over.
The entrance hall has stairs to the first floor with a large storage cupboard under.
The sitting room has a front aspect with bay window, with sash windows and plantation shutters. There is an open fireplace with a black slate hearth and fitted cupboards and shelving.
A door leads from the hallway in to the family room, which features a fireplace with tiled slips and a timber surround. There is a high level window allowing natural light in to the room and an archway leading to the open plan kitchen.
The kitchen has a large central peninsula/breakfast bar with a black granite worktop and storage under and further ceiling mounted storage cupboards with down-lights. There is a range of white fitted Shaker style kitchen furniture with black granite worktops and inset sink. There is a freestanding range cooker with an extractor hood over.
The dining area features a victorian style orangery roof lantern and has a rear aspect with glazed 3 panel bi-folding doors opening out to the rear garden.
There is a utility room with further fitted wall and base units, plumbing for the washing machine and space for a fridge freezer.
The downstairs cloakroom has a wash hand basin and a w.c.
First floor Landing with stairs to second floor with cupboard under
Bedroom 1 is a double bedroom with a bay window with a front aspect and planation shutters.
Bedroom 2 is a double bedroom with a rear aspect window with planation shutters
Bedroom 4 has a front aspect window with plantation shutters and is currently used as a study.
The recently re-fitted family bathroom has fully tiled wall and floor and has a white suite comprising a panelled bath, a double shower, a wash basin with cupboard under and a w.c with concealed cistern.
Bedroom 3 is a twin room with a ‘Velux’ window.
The west private rear garden has an extensive paved terrace enclosed by an original brick wall. A pedestrian gate leads to the side access path, which in turn leads out to Queen Street, via a locked gate
Henley Town Council operate a Residents Parking Scheme in Queen Street, to which residents can apply to join.
Living in Queen Street
Queen Street is a quiet tucked away residential road situated in Henley town centre, a short and level walk to Henley railway station, shops and the River Thames.
For those who want to be close to all amenities, this home is just a 5 minute walk from the town square, which holds a bustling market every Thursday and has many cafe’s and restaurants.
Henley-on-Thames has a good range of local shops, pubs, restaurants, a three-screen cinema and the 200-year-old Kenton Theatre. The world-famous Henley Royal Regatta takes place in July, followed by the Henley Festival of Arts, the Rewind Festival in August and the Henley Literary Festival, which takes place every September/October. Phyllis Court country club is situated on the river and is a great place to socialise.
The commuter is well provided for with Henley Station just a short walk away, providing a regular train service to London Paddington via Twyford (Crossrail – Elizabeth Line 2020).
Reading – 7 miles
Maidenhead M4 Junction 8/9 – 11 miles
London Heathrow – 25 miles
London West End – 36 miles
This family home is perfectly located for both private and local schools. It is within catchment for both Trinity Primary School (Ofsted Outstanding) and Gillotts Secondary School (Ofsted Good). Henley Sixth Form College is approximately 10 minutes’ walk away.
There are many local rowing clubs, there is a sailing club at Wargrave and canoe clubs. Marina facilities are found at Henley and Wargrave. Local golf at Henley Golf Club and Badgemore Park Golf Club. Other sports clubs include rugby, hockey, football and lawn tennis. There is superb walking, cycling and riding in the Chiltern Hills, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty or along the River Thames.
Trains and buses operate to Reading which offers excellent shopping at the Oracle Shopping Centre. Recreational facilities include the Madejski Stadium, home to Reading Football Club and London Irish Rugby Club.
All mains services
Local Authority – South Oxfordshire District Council
Council Tax Band – E
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Philip Booth Esq on 01491 635343
- 4 bed
- 1 bath