AT one end of the village, just off the road that runs between Henley and Nettlebed,
AT one end of the village, just off the road that runs between Henley and Nettlebed, lies the hidden and peaceful hamlet of Crocker End.
It has a large common around which are some beautiful houses and to the far end lies Field House, an elegant property that’s spacious enough for a family and then some as it comes with an attached two-bedroom annexe.
With a large and beautiful garden and surrounded by farmland, this four-bedroom (one of which has its own dressing room and bathroom), four reception-room property is ideal if you like the idea of rural living but still want to be close to amenities and transport links.
The house is less than a mile from the village shop and post office at Nettlebed, five miles from Henley station, and the current owners say they are within easy walking distance of several pubs.
Alexandra Hodgeson said: “We’ve been here for 15 years and were attracted to the house because it is rural but not isolated.
“The self-contained annexe was also ideal for my mother-in-law. I particularly love the sitting room with views over the garden, and it is a very sunny room.
“Field House is ideal for people who have children and dogs; now ours have moved out we need to downsize but will miss the sociability of this unique hamlet, and the views.”
For sale with Hamptons at a guide price of £2,750,000. Call (01491) 699924 for more information.