Mill End House stands in an enviable position with far reaching views over farmland, water meadows and the River Thames. Originally constructed in 1989, this modern property offers flexible family accommodation as well opportunity to further enhance subject to permissions. Arriving at the house there is a substantial area of parking in front of the double garage. Steps lead up and into a vaulted ceiling entrance hall where there is direct access into the garage and an inner hall, housing a WC, leads to the principle reception areas. The kitchen/breakfast room is a wonderfully light room aided by the the double aspect windows that allow the light to pour in as well as providing attractive views. The kitchen has recently been refitted with wall and base appliances and there is a kitchen door providing access to the garden. Conveniently positioned between the kitchen and sitting room, is the dining room which has sliding doors opening on to a patio. The sitting room features a working fire place and also has sliding doors onto the patio and the garden beyond. The study is found beyond the sitting room and has a door opening to the rear garden. The stairs in the hallway lead onto a landing with the bedrooms arranged around. The master suite has an ensuite bathroom and enjoys fabulously far reaching views over the surrounding countryside and river from its double aspect windows. Two of the three remaining bedrooms also enjoy these views whilst the fourth bedroom looks onto the rear garden. A family bathroom serves the three bedrooms.
The property sits in an enviable position surrounded by stunning countryside, including views of the River Thames, at the foot of the beautiful Hambleden Valley on a no through road. Walk across the meadows, lead to the river or the National Trust village of Hambleden, which has a village store, the Stag and Huntsman pub and church. Both Marlow and Henley-on-Thames provide extensive educational, shopping and recreational facilities. Mainline stations can be found at Henley-on-Thames, Marlow and Maidenhead (London, Paddington from 19 minutes). The A404M is approximately 5 miles distant connecting to the M40 and M4 motorways. There are miles of outstanding riding and walking in the surrounding countryside and boating on the nearby River Thames.
Mill End House sits centrally within its delightful well stocked gardens which are bounded by mature hedging. In the front garden there is a patio that runs directly off the dining room and sitting room and has a Wisteria clad pergola, mature flower beds and lawn. To the left of the garage is a kitchen garden with a greenhouse and a path leads round the rear of the property to the back garden which is protected on all sides by mature hedging and features a number of fruit trees. The double garage has a mezzanine storage area and there is plumbing for a washing machine.