Sunday, 24 October 2021

Townhouse wants the light to stream inside

Townhouse wants the light to stream inside

A TOWNHOUSE designed to let the light flood in is on the market in the centre of Henley.

Close to the library and shops, 2 Ravenscroft Road has been remodelled inside, with its four floors being connected by a spiral staircase.

The ground floor is dominated by an open-plan kitchen/dining room.

The kitchen has a contemporary feel with deep granite work surfaces, white fitted units and built-in appliances. A mirrored double door slides open to reveal the utility room.

Upstairs, the first floor is given over entirely to a spacious living area.

The second floor houses three bedrooms and a modern family bathroom, including the principal bedroom.

This has a built-in dressing area and en suite shower room, while the other two bedrooms on the second floor both have built-in wardrobes.

The third floor is taken up by a guest suite, the contemporary design of which includes a wall and ceiling of glass.

Sails are fitted overhead, along with air-conditioning to prevent the room getting too hot in summer.

There is space for a double room with a living area and there is a circular wet room with mosaic tiling throughout.

The views from the top floor take in the Henley rooftops, St Mary’s Church and Remenham.

At the rear of the property is a landscaped courtyard garden with a central pond with a fountain plus a second water feature.

Number 2 Ravenscroft Road has a guide price of £1,150,000 freehold. For more information and to arrange a viewing, call Davis Tate in Bell Street, Henley, on (01491) 412345.