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Stonors is a property that has undergone an extensive and meticulous transformation to the fine house that stands today. This property offers a contemporary, open plan, design yet practical open plan living in the principle reception areas. Entering the property, a vaulted entrance hall is naturally lit by the thoughtfully designed windows that run from floor to ceiling. Engineered, smoked Oak flooring runs along the hall and continues in to the principle reception area which comprises an open plan kitchen, dining and sitting area. This open plan area of the house has been well defined and makes the most of the garden views which are framed by large Crittall style windows. The sitting area has a log burner which provides a warm focus to this part of the room which is located next to the dining area. Here there is a window seat which overlooks
the garden and there are doors that open on to an expansive decked area. The kitchen had been thoughtfully designed by the current owners to create a highly practical cooking area but at the same time remaining very connected to both the dining and sitting areas. The kitchen units are hand crafted in American Ash and stained black. The Island unit has a honed black granite worktop with an Ash wood breakfast bar to one end, an induction hob with integrated extraction. There are cleverly designed storage features both within
the island unit and around the kitchen which also host integrated appliances. Beyond the kitchen is a generous utility area which has a back door that provides side access to the large single garage and
garden. At the front of the house is a further reception room that is currently used as a home office but could easily serve as family room
or guest room. There is also a cloakroom on the ground floor. On the first floor, the three bedrooms are located off the landing. At the rear of the house is the master suite featuring a picture window with views across the garden and countryside beyond. The bathroom has a freestanding bath, separate shower and two
wash basins. The bathroom cabinets are high quality, made by the award winning Swedish firm, Swoon. In the bedroom, currently used as the nursery, there is access to the loft which has the potential to convert, by adding a bedroom and bath. The third bedroom is also located at the front and both of these bedrooms are served by
a family bathroom with separate shower.
Peppard Common is located approximately 5 miles to the west of Henley in the heart of glorious Chiltern countryside. The nearby village of Sonning Common provides an excellent range of shops,
local schools and a health centre. Outstanding school catchment area. Rail services are available at Henley and Reading with services to London Paddington and it is anticipated that Crossrail will be in active service from 2019.
The M4 Motorway can be reached either at Reading J10 or Maidenhead Thicket J8/9.
There is an area of gravelled parking at the front of the property as well as a large single garage which houses the boiler and Megaflow. Side access to the rear garden is possible either side of the property. The owners have made a considerable investment
in the garden which, originally, sloped away. By terracing, areas of lawn have been created and are bounded at the side by flower beds, hedges and trees. Immediately off the rear of the property is a
decked area, ideal for outside entertaining.
3 Bath/Shower Rooms
Loft Ready For Conversion
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