MIDDLE ASSENDON, OXON RG9 6BA



Middle Assendon RG9 6BA

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Price £660,000 Freehold

12 Mill Close, Middle Assendon, Henley-on-Thames, Oxon RG9 6BA

A beautifully presented four bedroom detached family home, situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac and benefitting from a large garden with a magnificent raised decking area with far reaching views over surrounding countryside. Extended in recent years to create a garden room and larger kitchen.

Steps lead up to a covered entrance porch with a modern part-glazed front door, which opens into the entrance hall. There is a cloakroom with a white suite comprising a low-level W.C and wash hand basin.

A part-glazed door opens into the spacious reception room with a sitting area and a dining area. The sitting area has a bow window to the front and a gas fire. There is polished wood block flooring and space under the stairs for a desk.  Glazed double doors open into the garden room, which has a vaulted ceiling with Velux windows providing natural light. Glazed double doors lead out to the rear patio.

The kitchen has an extensive range of wall and base units with a fitted Neff double oven and a gas hob with a fitted microwave under. There is an integrated fridge and freezer, plumbing for a dishwasher, an outlook over the rear garden and ceramic tiled flooring.

The kitchen leads into the utility room, which has plumbing for a washing machine and a single drainer sink unit. The shower room has a modern white suite comprising a fully tiled shower cubicle, a wash hand basin and low level W.C.

To the first floor there is a galleried landing with airing cupboard and access to the loft.

Bedroom one has a front aspect with far reaching views over rooftops to surrounding countryside and fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom two has a rear aspect over the garden and a built-in wardrobe. 

Bedroom three and bedroom four both have front aspect views.

The bathroom has a white bathroom suite comprising a panel-enclosed bath with an Aqualisa shower and a frosted glass shower screen, a pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC.

Outside

There is an extensive garden comprising a patio area to the rear of the ground floor with steps leading up to the lawn, which gently slopes up to a substantial timber deck with a summer house, providing far-reaching views over surrounding countryside. A fabulous space to enjoy a sun-downer on a summer evening. There is a gate leading out to a footpath to the rear and a timber storage shed.

To the front of the property there is a drive providing off-road parking for several cars and access to the single garage, which has light and power and houses the gas fired boiler.

The property benefits from replacement double glazed windows and a water softener.

Living in Middle Assendon

Middle Assendon is a hamlet situated in the Chiltern Hills, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, just 2 miles north of Henley-on-Thames. 

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 with stops on the A4130.

  • Maidenhead M4  Junction 8/9 – 11 miles
  • Stokenchurch M40 Junction 4 – 11 miles
  • London Heathrow – 25 miles
  • London West End – 35 miles

Schools

Primary Schools – Nettlebed Community School, Badgemore Primary 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.

Leisure

The Rainbow Inn in the village provides food and drink and Luscombes at The Golden Ball just down the road at Lower Assendon is a popular eatery. 

A short drive along the valley is the village of Stonor which has a cricket club as well as Stonor Park Estate, which is open to the public and hosts many events. There are also a number of golf clubs within easy reach including Huntercombe, Badgemore Park and Henley Golf Club.

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, gas fired central heating.

Local Authority – South Oxfordshire District Council

Council Tax Band – F

enquiries@philipboothesq.com

Property Features
  • House
  • 4 bed
  • 2 bath
  • 1 Garage