Kiln Bank, Chapel Lane, Nettlebed, Oxon RG9 5AW
Kiln Bank is a delightful semi-detached house, full of character, situated in a tucked away location within walking distance of Nettlebed village amenities and backing on to the woodland of Nettlebed Common. The property was recently extended to create a super kitchen breakfast room with a vaulted ceiling.
A footpath leads from the parking area to the part-glazed timber front door, which leads into the entrance hall.
The inner hall has a door that opens into the sitting room, which is a bright room with three large windows overlooking the front garden. There is an attractive working open fireplace with ornate timber surround, wall light points and a picture rail.
The family room has a dual aspect with full height glazed windows with double doors opening to a terrace. The dining room has a dual aspect with windows overlooking the rear garden and glazed double doors leading to outside.
The study features a tall brick fireplace housing a wood-burning stove with a shelved chimney recess to one side. There is a storage cupboard and an original window, which looks into the recently extended kitchen breakfast room.
The kitchen breakfast room has a vaulted ceiling with exposed Oak beams and has a timber floor with underfloor heating. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with a good range of modern painted wall and base units with Oak work-surfaces over with an inset 1 1/2 bowl sink unit with a mixer tap. There is a black Rangemaster range cooker with a stainless steel hood, space for a fridge freezer and a dishwasher. Glazed double doors lead out to the rear garden.
The utility room has a large stainless steel sink with plumbing for washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. Part glazed door to outside.
The cloakroom has a white suite comprising a pedestal wash hand basin a low level WC and coat hanging space.
To the first floor there is a landing with doors opening to four double bedrooms. There are two bathrooms, one with a fitted bath and the other having a modern suite with a shower cubicle and storage cupboards.
The property benefits from a detached timber studio/home office with light and power, a storage area with mezzanine level above.
A particular feature of the property are the mature gardens to the front and rear of the property, which have an abundance of shrubs and trees providing privacy. A pedestrian gate opens out from the rear garden to Beech woods.
Living in Nettlebed
Nettlebed is situated just 5 miles North West of Henley and has excellent village amenities including a highly regarded primary school, a doctors surgery, a petrol filling station with a convenience shop, the Field Kitchen coffee shop.
The both the M4 and M40 motorways provide road access to London, Heathrow airport, the West Country and the Midlands. Buses provide The X38 bus has a regular service to Reading and Oxford.
- Maidenhead M4 Junction 8/9 – 13 miles
- Stokenchurch M40 Junction 4 – 9.5 miles
- London Heathrow – 27 miles
- London West End – 37 miles
Primary Schools – Nettlebed Community School
Secondary Schools – Gillotts School, Langtree School
Sixth Form – Henley College
Prep Schools – St Mary’s School, Rupert House School, Moulsford
Private Schools – School buses operate to Shiplake College, Cranford House, Abingdon School and St Helen and St Katharine Abingdon.
The White Hart Hotel on the High Street provides food and drink and the popular Village Club holds regular community events and has an active Folk Club.
Nettlebed has an active Cricket Club and there is Golf at Huntercombe golf club or The Springs at North Stoke.
There is fabulous walking, cycling and horse riding through the local Beech woods with plenty of country pubs within walking distance.
Tenure – Freehold
Services – Mains water and drainage, mains electricity, Oil fired central heating.
Local Authority – South Oxfordshire District Council
Council Tax Band – G
- 4 bed
- 2 bath
- Gas Heating