A substantial riverside home built in 1990 to a chalet design, providing a versatile layout and positioned to take full advantage of its delightful setting with panoramic views over this picturesque stretch of the river Thames. It is an ideal home for entertaining with its large interconnecting living space that has two sets of sliding glazed doors that open onto an expansive deck inset with a Jaccuzi spa.
Step into the large square reception hall, which has ample space for furniture, and to one side is a guest cloakroom and a useful separate utility room. This leads through to the riverside living room that is a lovely bright room. To one side is an old stock brick fireplace with an open chimney, perfect for curling up in front of on those chilly winter evenings. A central archway leads through to the dining area that is double aspect with a tilt and slide patio door opening onto decking, perfect for alfresco dining. To the front is a kitchen/breakfast room that has been comprehensively fitted with a range of oak fronted units inset with a 4-ring ceramic hob, canopy cooker hood over and separate electric double oven. Provision has been made for a dishwasher, fridge and freezer and breakfast table. To the side, a double glazed door opens into a covered porch. Completing the ground floor is a master bedroom overlooking the river and with an en-suite bathroom fitted with a 3 piece coloured suite and a separate electric shower over the bath.
To the first floor is a galleried landing overlooking the reception hall with access to the loft space. The three double bedrooms have built-in wardrobes or eaves storage cupboards. The family bathroom has been refitted with a contemporary 4 piece white suite comprising double ended bath, separate quadrant shower cubicle, a wash basin set in a vanity unit and a low flush WC.
Council Tax Band - H; Private Resident's Association - £50pa