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5 bedroom semi detached house to rent, Available from 12/04/2024 St Marks Road, Henley-on-Thames, RG9, main image
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Deposit £4,615 + £923 holding deposit
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5 bedroom semi detached house to rent,
Available from 12/04/2024

St Marks Road, Henley-on-Thames, RG9


Key features

  • Semi-detached Victorian villa
  • Five bedrooms
  • Three bathrooms
  • Garden with detached office
  • Driveway parking
  • Sought-after road 500m from town centre

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Property description

A stunning Victorian semi-detached villa with five bedrooms, stylish reception rooms and period features. Located on a highly desirable road in central Henley. Externally, there is a garden with a detached office and driveway parking. Pets considered. Unfurnished. Available mid-April. EPC Rating D.

Deposit amount based on asking price at 5 weeks rental= £4,615

St Mark's Road is one of the most sought-after residential roads in the historic riverside town Henley-on-Thames. The property is less than 500m from the town centre.

The town has superb facilities including a Waitrose, individual coffee shops and restaurants, a fine variety of shops and is home to the world famous Henley Royal Regatta. Henley railway station provides a link to the mainline stations in Reading and Twyford with a fast service to London, Paddington (from 28 minutes) with Crossrail allowing direct access to the City, Canary Wharf, the West End and Heathrow Airport. Connection to the M4 (J8/9) via the A404M is approximately 7 miles distant with access to Heathrow (22 miles) and the motorway network. Sporting facilities including a number of fine local golf courses at Henley, Badgemore Park and Huntercombe and clubs for rugby, squash, swimming and tennis. Nearby, buses collect for various schools including The Oratory Prep, Reading Bluecoats, Abingdon School, St Helen's and St Katherine's, The Manor and The Abbey School. The house is also within Trinity School catchment area and a short distance to prep schools St Mary’s & Rupert House. There are miles of walking, cycling and running along the Thames Path and over the surrounding countryside and rowing and boating on the River Thames.

The house has a grand façade with wisteria climbing the front aspect. The front door opens to a hallway with high ceilings and wooden floors that continue into the double length reception room. This is a welcoming space, perfect for entertaining and family life. The living area has a bay window, sash windows and an open fireplace. The dining area has a fireplace nook and built in storage with a sash window to the rear. The kitchen is accessible from both here and the hallway. This is traditional in style with brushed granite worktops, a range of storage units and built in appliances including a fridge, freezer, dishwasher and 5-burner range oven. The kitchen has a delightful window seat next to a door leading out the garden. The basement is split into two areas. The first is a useful boot room with built in shelving, baskets and hooks. The second area is a well-designed utility area with a drying area, Miele washing machine and sink.

The first floor includes the guest suite with a pretty feature fireplace, built in wardrobe and desk, large bow window and modern shower ensuite. There are two further bedrooms on this floor sharing a contemporary shower room with a large walk in shower. The third bedroom is a double and has a feature fireplace and built in wardrobe. The fourth is a beautiful double aspect room with a bright bow window with views over the garden. There is a mezzanine second level with a fifth bedroom which has plenty of loft lights plus a view to the garden. The main bedroom is on the second floor. It is light and airy with multiple aspects. There is built in storage options and an ensuite bathroom with a bath with shower over.

The house has driveway parking for two vehicles. There is further visitor parking available on the street, with no permits required. At the rear is a generous garden, zoned into various seating, planting and relaxing areas with a lawn at the centre. At the far end is a self-contained garden office benefitting from views over the garden and connected to the internet, mains lighting and power and electric heating. Adjacent to the patio is a modern outdoor w.c., useful for summer evenings.

South Oxfordshire District Council, tax band G. All mains services connected. Heating via a gas combi boiler. Electric underfloor heating in the kitchen and first floor bathroom.

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