Description I.D. GBR/EA/21661/48239397
Bowsey Manor has been extended and restored by the present owners and offers elegant accommodation, beautifully presented and covers some 9,378 sq ft and sits within 5 acres.
The full height reception hall with vaulted ceiling and exposed timbers, has a tiled floor and polished plaster walls. The drawing room with parquet flooring and antique marble fireplace, like the dining room, is triple aspect with French doors to the terrace and windows overlooking the garden. Like other rooms in the house, the study with tiled floor and French doors to the terrace also has exposed beams. The kitchen/family room houses a range of wall and floor units arranged a central island, all with granite worktops. Built in appliances include a dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer and Rangemaster oven with extractor over. Again, French doors open from the breakfast area on to the garden terrace.
From the drawing room, doors open to the glass and steel staircase leading to the lower ground floor to the swimming pool complex with a separate gym, shower room and changing room. The annexe accommodation comprises a sitting/dining room with kitchen area, a bedroom and shower room.
There are five bedrooms on the first floor, a spacious master with a Juliet balcony, a range of wardrobes and a walk in wardrobe together with a full en suite bathroom with free standing bath. There are two further en suite bathrooms and a family bathroom.
In the grounds to the south of the property is a cottage comprising a sitting/dining room with kitchen area, bedroom and shower room. It benefits from its won terrace overlooking the gardens.
Wrought iron electric gates open onto a sweeping driveway which leads to a large paved parking and turning area around a beautiful fountain. Wide stone steps and balustrade rise to the attractive terrace to the front of the main house. Formal planting including box hedging and mature shrubs and trees provide seclusion to the front faade of the property
This desirable property is positioned at the end of a no-through lane with views over Henley-on-Thames. The nearby Crazies Hill village offers a popular pub come restaurant. The towns of Henley, Maidenhead, Reading and Twyford have mainline train services to London Paddington from 25 minutes and Crossrail is planned for all three stations during 2018. Junction 8/9 of the M4 is just 9 miles away.
There are a number of fine golf courses around Henley-on-Thames, including Temple, Henley and Huntercombe. The surrounding countryside poses miles of walking and riding. Horse racing may be enjoyed at Ascot, Windsor and Newbury and there are extensive boating facilities available on The Thames river.
The area is well served for schools, including Rupert House in Henley, the Oratory, Eton, Radley, Wellington, Wycombe Abbey for Girls and Queen Anne's in Caversham.
|Category||Residential Property For Sale|
|Price||Fixed 6,167,655 USD|
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