Thursday, 17 August 2017

Architect-designed house that combines the old with the new

IF you are looking for a stylish, new, individual home that combines traditional and robust building skills with customised design

IF you are looking for a stylish, new, individual home that combines traditional and robust building skills with customised design then Maddalys could be just right for you.

The house was designed by the reputable Sonning architect Mark Bodley-Scott and was built in 2000 to a bespoke plan. The house is set well back from Thames Street in Henley, and is discreetly positioned within its own private garden. The property has a simple and effective layout, with a good open-plan feel, a full-height south-facing reception room and a games room/family room which also faces south.

The stunning kitchen and breakfast rooms overlook the walled garden and are well-positioned for morning light from the east.

The fully-fitted kitchen is equipped with an American fridge, dishwasher, five-plate gas hob, electric double oven, water softener and larder. The principal reception room has a feature fireplace, and there are quality joinery and pinewood floors both here and in the kitchen and dining area. Upstairs, a galleried landing leads to the master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and dressing room. There are three additional double bedrooms, family shower/bathroom and a large walk-in laundry with potential for a further bathroom.

The property is approached via a gravel driveway with a large parking and turning area. The gardens are designed for easy maintenance, yet are mature and reasonably secluded, with patio areas and a variety of shrubs and trees.

The property is available for a guide price of £1,800,000. Call Ballards on (01491) 411055 or Savills on (01491) 843000.

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