Summary

A newly refurbished and beautifully presented detached four bedroom Grade II Listed brick and flint farmhouse dating back to 1701. Situated in an idyllic rural position, at the end of a long private driveway, surrounded by open countryside with fantastic views and secluded privacy. (contd...)

  • 4 Bedrooms


Description

A newly refurbished and beautifully presented detached four bedroom Grade II Listed brick and flint farmhouse dating back to 1701. Situated in an idyllic rural position, at the end of a long private driveway, surrounded by open countryside with fantastic views and secluded privacy. Located within a short drive of Henley town centre, train station, River Thames and all local amenities. AVAILABLE OCTOBER 2022.

The property also benefits from super-fast broadband, direct access to local bridleways and set within a recognised Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and on site security. Full services including key holding, gardening and cleaning can also be provided and are available upon request, at an additional cost.

ACCOMMODATION:

Entrance Hall - Open plan hallway with flagstone flooring.

Kitchen - Large area with matching eye and base level units, AGA, oven, four ring electric hob, fridge, dishwasher and a pantry area housing the chest freezer.

Living/Dining Area - Large open plan room with a feature inglenook fireplace housing the wood burning stove and wooden beams throughout. Space for a large dining table and chairs and a feature fireplace (not in use).

Snug/Informal Dining Area - Off the living room.

Reception Room - Good sized bright triple aspect room, which would make an ideal office/study area or play room.

Cloakroom/Powder Room - W.C and a wash hand basin.

Utility/Coat/Boot Room - Housing the washing machine, tumble dryer, sink and a door out to the rear garden.

Principle Bedroom - Large double bedroom with a fitted eaves storage cupboard.

Second Bedroom - Good sized double bedroom.

Third Bedroom - Double bedroom overlooking the rear gardens with fitted wardrobes/cupboards.

Shower Room - Shower cubicle, W.C, wash hand basin, tiled flooring and Burlington fixtures and fittings throughout.

Fourth Bedroom - Small double bedroom.

Family Bathroom - Bath with shower attachment over, separate shower cubicle, W.C, wash hand basin, heated towel rail and Burlington fixtures and fittings throughout.

Front Gardens - Gravelled driveway parking for numerous vehicles, private walled garden and a barn/bull pen/stable storage area.

Rear Garden - Landscaped gardens with patio/lawned areas and a large wooden/brick shed. Outdoor sink with hot and cold water and herb garden. Private gate leading to a bridleway which provides access to the Chiltern Hills and beyond.

*** N.B - THE PROPERTY IS FITTED WITH AN OIL FIRED BOILER AND HEATING SYSTEM AND A SEPTIC TANK. ***

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL PROPERTIES ARE TAKEN AS SEEN AND NO ALTERATIONS, ADDITIONS OR CLEANING WILL BE UNDERTAKEN BY THE LANDLORD UNLESS SPECIFICALLY AGREED AT THE TIME OF OFFER.

Local Authority: South Oxfordshire District Council. Council Tax Band - G.

Furnishings: This property is to be let on an unfurnished basis.

Rent: Rent payable in advance exclusive of Council Tax and all connected utilities.

Holding Deposit: A deposit equivalent to one week's rent is required to secure the property (subject to contract and receipt of satisfactory references). The property will be withdrawn from the market once the holding deposit has cleared in the Ballards bank account. This is non-refundable in the event of unsatisfactory references, false or misleading information was provided or the withdrawal of your offer.

Dilapidations Deposit: A deposit equivalent to five weeks' Rent if the annual rent is less than £50,000.00, or equivalent to six weeks' Rent if the annual rent is £50,000.00 or more, will be required to be held throughout the Tenancy as security against damages or any breach of the agreement by the Tenant. The dilapidations deposit will be registered with an approved deposit protection scheme (unless the contract is a Non-Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement).

Fees and Charges: Other fees and charges may apply if the Tenant breaches any of the clauses contained within the official Tenancy documents, details of which can be found on the Ballards website –

https://www.ballards-uk.com/offices/henley/letting-fees/

References: We will require at least two of the following references – Employers, accountant, financial, credit or Landlord. The credit check will be collected via an outside agency and therefore the necessary personal details/information will be supplied to them as part of the credit referencing process.

Pets: If you wish to keep a pet at a property then you must declare this in the first instance, as you will need to obtain the Landlords consent in writing via the Agent, prior to the commencement of the Tenancy.

Membership Names and Numbers:
Tenancy Deposit Scheme Membership Number – G02899
The Property Ombudsman Membership Number – D03311
Safeagent Licence Number – A2716

Due to new regulations, Ballards are now required to obtain proof of identity for each Tenant who rents a property via our agency. For this purpose, we are required to hold a copy of Photocard Driving Licence, Passport, and current utility bill. We may also require proof of permission to reside in the UK.

Important Note: For clarification, we wish to inform all applicants that we have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishings and no responsibility is taken for any error, omission or mis-statement in any of the marketing material for the property.

Location

The village of Nettlebed offers local shops, a village school and a pub/hotel, Henley town centre is approximately 4 miles away providing comprehensive shopping facilities. The commuter can use Cholsey/Henley/Didcot stations for direct links to London and the M40/J6 is approx 9 miles away.

Directions

From Ballards Henley office on Hart Street, proceed to the central traffic lights and turn right onto Bell Street and over the two mini roundabouts. Continue along the Fairmile dual carriageway and onwards to the next mini roundabout. Take the second exit into Nettlebed and then take the right hand turning onto Watlington Street (B481). Follow the road around the sharp left hand bend and proceed for around 500 meters where you will find a turning on your right which appears to be a unmade road/bridle path. Turn down this unmade road and keep to the left, continue along this road down the hill and over the cattle grid until you reach the property at the end of the driveway.

 

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