TELEVISION presenter Ulrika Jonsson is selling her home in Stoke Row.
The 45-year-old bought Pond House for £1.9million in 2010 and spent £500,000 gutting and extending it.
She and husband Brian Monet redesigned the property with architect Jeremy Spratley, of Henley’s Spratley Studios.
In 13 months they extended the 2,400 sq ft building, which dates back to the Thirties, to just over 3,300 sq ft.
It now has six bedrooms, a cinema room and a double garage with home office and shower.
Jonsson visited the village before the work started to open its annual fete in 2010. She was also due to open last year’s Stoke Row 10km but pulled out due to work commitments.
She had said Pond House was to be her “forever” home but she now wants to move back to her native Sweden.
The house went on the market at an asking price of £3.1million but this has been reduced to £3million. The sale is being handled by Sotheby’s Henley office.