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St Mary’s House is located in the heart of the highly regarded and historic village of Hurley. The property was originally conceived in 1998 and has been recently extended and refurbished, creating
an elegantly presented family home. This charming brick and flint house is set behind solid electric gates in delightful walled, landscaped gardens. The entrance lobby opens into a reception hall beyond which is the sitting room. The drawing room is a
wonderfully light room featuring exposed timbers and an open fireplace. There are double aspect views of the attractive gardens and direct access to them via French doors. Continuing along the entrance hall, a cloakroom is located to the
right and a door opens into the kitchen/breakfast room which provides a dining and sitting area where views and access to the garden may be enjoyed. With the serious cook in mind, the
well-designed kitchen contains numerous storage units and a central island unit, all topped with an attractive mottled granite counter and housing integrated appliances including an induction hob, ovens and a twin Butler-style sink. Directly off the
kitchen is a dining room that forms part of the recent extension. Here, again, are French doors which open onto the gardens. The utility room is found at the far end of the dining room. From the reception hall, the staircase rises to the landing which opens onto the five bedrooms. The bedroom in the master suite is accessed through its dressing room and has an impressive and striking vaulted ceiling. The en suite features a bath and separate shower. One of the guest bedrooms has an en suite bathroom and another has exclusive use of an adjoining shower room. There is a further bathroom off the landing to serve the fourth and fifth bedrooms.
The property lies within the village of Hurley, an attractive historic Thames-side village which includes one of the oldest hostelries in Britain, dating back to the 12th century, The Olde Bell. The parish church, which was part of the Priory of St Mary is also of the same period. St Mary’s House
is conveniently located for the riverside market towns of Marlow and Henley which provide a wide variety of shops and boutiques along with social facilities including highly-renowned restaurants and bars, such as the Michelin-starred Hand and
Flowers and Cliveden. There is plenty of scope for walking surrounded by beautiful scenery, either along the river on the Thames Path or in the nearby Chilterns. Transport links include the M4 at Junction 8/9 to Heathrow Airport and London beyond. Rail links at Maidenhead to Paddington are excellent with Cross Rail expected in 2019.
St Mary’s House boasts particularly attractive, established gardens. With a central lawn area at the heart, sculptured box hedges border mature, well-stocked flowerbeds and pathways.
Running along the front of the house is a terrace which can be accessed from the principal reception areas, creating a peaceful haven for al fresco dining. A path from the kitchen leads to the
home office which has a vaulted ceiling, large windows offering captivating views of the garden and also has a wc and separate shower room. There is a gravel parking area for several cars and
a further area of garden at the rear of the house.
4 Bath/Shower Rooms (2 En Suite)
Annexe/Office With Shower & Toilet
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