Fox Hollow was built in 1999 in the grounds of the 17th century manor house Henley Park. It is tucked away at the foot of a private cul de sac and surrounded by 22 acres of communal gardens with breathtaking south-westerly views to the rear. This highly unique property also features grounds approaching 5 acres backing onto farmland and the Hogs Back beyond. The entrance to Henley Park is secure and grand, approached through security gates and a ½ mile long driveway through the property's grounds, where deer and other wildlife can often be seen.
The accommodation is extremely well presented and balanced, arranged over two floors, taking full advantage from the main reception room where a large bay window commands a panoramic view over countryside towards the Hogs Back. There is a deep under-croft which could be developed to provide additional accommodation, subject to necessary consents.
Garden and Exterior
Fox Hollow has three distinct areas of land, being made up of formal gardens, a ½ acre lightly wooded and lawned garden and an enclosed meadow, of around 4 ½ acres, with a copse and recently installed drainage and secure post and rail fencing. To the right hand side of the property there is a five bar gate which provides access to the gardens and the field. There is plenty of parking and a turning space in front of Fox Hollow and garaging is provided, integral to the house, with twin garages with electric operated doors. The residents of Henley Park enjoy the use of the communal gardens and woodlands, with formal areas of lawns, a private arboretum, where specimen trees were planted by important visitors and previous owners of Henley Park. The original manor house is steeped in history.