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Field House is a fine family home set in a quiet, private position, surrounded by fields, just a short walk from Hurley village. The property is approached via a country lane and entered through secure electric gates on to a gravelled area.
Beneath the open sided covered porch, the front door opens into the entrance hall where stairs climb to the first floor galleried landing and the principal reception areas may be accessed. The drawing room is an elegant room situated at the front of the property and enjoys a triple aspect with views of the grounds. To the far end is a set of French doors opening on to a patio and garden beyond. The triple aspect dining room (currently laid out as a games room) is found at the rear providing access to the garden and patio. The heart of the house is found in the kitchen/breakfast room that is open plan to the family room. The kitchen has a range of fitted units and an equipped free standing island. This contemporary kitchen was designed to accommodate both cooking and entertaining. Five-fold doors open directly on to the patio and rear garden which, in the summer time, extends the kitchen into the garden. Large picture windows in the kitchen and family area flood these rooms with natural light. The utility room is located off the kitchen and provides direct access to the heated integral double garage. The first floor accommodates four generously sized bedrooms that all look out over open fields. Both the master bedroom and guest bedroom enjoy en suite bathrooms and a family bathroom serves the two remaining bedrooms. There is also an office/study located on the first floor. It should be noted that the house was internally modernised in 2006, providing new electrics and plumbing.
Field House is situated off a country lane in the charming and historic riverside village of Hurley. The village boasts the 12th century Ye Olde Bell hotel and restaurant, the award winning Black Boy Inn, a shop and Post Office. The thriving village has various clubs including golf, football, tennis, theatre and fishing as well as a village shoot and fete. The nearby towns of Henley-on-Thames, Marlow, Reading and Maidenhead offer a good range of shopping and recreational facilities and the property is well situated for road and rail communications. There is a frequent train service from Maidenhead to London. Paddington and Maidenhead will soon benefit from Crossrail and the M4 and M40 are easily accessible via the A404M which is approximately 2 miles distant.
There are outstanding State and Private schools namely, Sir William Borlase Grammar School in Marlow, The Royal Grammar School in High Wycombe, Reading School, St. Piran's in Maidenhead, Rupert House in Henley, Bisham Village School and Hall Place Nursery School. There are a number of fine golf courses nearby including Temple, Henley and Hennerton. The surrounding countryside offers miles of extensive walking and riding, namely in the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Hurley is on the River Thames and provides various water sport activities including rowing and kayaking together with boating. One of the oldest boat builders in the county is based in the village.
The gardens of Field House are a pleasant feature, mainly laid to lawn and interspersed with trees and flower beds. The property is bounded both by mature Beech hedging and close panel fencing providing a high degree of privacy.
3 Bath/Shower Rooms (2 En Suite)
First Floor Study
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