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Mayfield is a fine family home with its origins dating back to the 17th century. The house has evolved combining the original building with modern extensions offering an elegant and contemporary feel. Set in 2.19 acres of mature grounds, an additional Grade II listed guest cottage is set within. A gravel drive sweeps through the front gardens arriving at a parking area in front of the house. The front door opens into a reception hall around which the principal reception rooms are arranged. Immediately ahead is the kitchen which is superbly connected with both the dining room and the family area. Within the kitchen stands a substantial island with Silestone and Corian work surfaces and kitchen storage is arranged around housing a range of integrated appliances. The family room features a working fire and has bi-folding doors open onto a terrace and the gardens beyond. The dining room sits between the family area and the formal sitting room which also features a working fire place and has a large bay window overlooking the front garden. From the reception hall, steps lead down to the original house where a study and guest bedroom with an Inglenook fireplace are found along with a bathroom. The remaining four bedrooms are located off the first floor landing and include the master suite which has an en suite bathroom, dressing room and access onto a terrace with an open fire and far reaching views. The guest bedroom overlooks the front garden and has an en suite shower room and there are two further bedrooms and a family shower room. A laundry room is located on the first floor.
Mayfield and Mayfield Cottage are situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with outstanding views over the surrounding countryside. Located between Henley-on-Thames and Wallingford, both of which offer an extensive range of shops and recreational facilities.
Schools in the area include Rupert House Preparatory in Henley, Moulsford Prep and Cranford House, Queen Anne's in Caversham and the Oratory at Woodcote. Huntercombe Golf Course is close by and the surrounding countryside is ideal for leisurely country walks and horse riding.
The front garden is laid mainly to lawn with flower borders, mature trees and hedging. Within the grounds are a number of outbuildings including a large annexe comprising an office/studio, shower room and a double garage and there are also two stables. An independent 2 bedroom cottage also stands with the grounds and is ideal place for guests or perhaps to run an Air B&B service. Running off the rear of the house is a terrace providing an area to entertain with views over the formal garden, paddock and surrounding countryside beyond.
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