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Brackenridge House is a delightful home with its origins dating back to the 17th century and the property has benefited from further extensions over the years. The approach to the property is over a gravel driveway, where there is ample parking for several cars in front of the garage. Entering the house via the covered porch, the front door opens into the entrance hall where stairs lead to the first floor and the principle reception rooms are found. At the east end of the property is the sitting room which enjoys a North/South aspect and has two sets of French doors on either side of the room giving direct access to both the front and rear garden. There is also a fireplace with a stone surround that offers a focal point to the room. The dining room is located in the middle of the property between the sitting room and kitchen and features an Inglenook fireplace, wooden floors and exposed beams that add a wealth of character to the house. The kitchen is fitted with a range of units both above and below the counter. Access to the cellar can be made from the kitchen. Beyond the kitchen a covered link provides access to the front drive, utility room and double garage. From the entrance hall, stairs lead to the first floor where there is a landing that is currently used an office. There are three further bedrooms that include the master bedroom, a guest bedroom and a single bedroom. There are two bathrooms, one of which is located on a landing outside the master bedroom where there is also useful storage.
Brackenridge House is set on the edge of the hamlet of Park Corner and enjoys rural aspects and good access to the nearby towns and villages. Nettlebed is approximately 1.3 miles away where there is the excellent Nettlebed primary school, doctors, post office, garage and the well regarded Field Kitchen Café. There is also a school bus collection point at Nettlebed providing collection and drop off to nearby schools. Henley is approximately 6.4 miles where wider facilities such as restaurants, bars, cinema and theatre are available and the attractive market town of Watlington which is approximately 4 miles away. Access to London and Oxford via road is within easy reach and trains can be found at nearby Henley and Reading where Cross rail will be. Brackenridge is set within the heart of the Chilterns where many leisure and country pursuits may be found. Nursery schools, state and private schools are all within vehicular reach.
The gardens are a particular feature of Brackenridge House. The front garden offers a delightful private south facing area that is well planted with mature flower beds and shrubs and there is a patio area the runs in front of the sitting room. There is a garden store attached to the end of the property that provides an access to the rear garden where a further patio runs along the rear of the house and stone path leads to a BBQ area. The rear garden is bounded on either side by mature flower beds, trees and shrubs and extends down to open countryside beyond. There is a double garage and ample parking for several cars.
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