No bars, no signal predictedOne bar, reliable signal unlikelyTwo bars, may experience problems with connectivityThree bars, likely to have good coverage and receive a data rate to support basic web servicesFull bars, likely to have good coverage indoors and to receive an enhanced data rate to support multimedia services
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Kitchen/Dining Room
Kitchen/Dining Room

4 bedroom detached house

New build
Detached house
4 bed
4 bath
EPC rating: B*
2,518 sq ft / 234 sq m

Key information

Tenure: Freehold
Council tax: Ask agent
Broadband: Super-fast 51Mbps *
Mobile signal: 
EE O2 Three Vodafone
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Property description & features

  • Tenure: Freehold
  • A substantial detached family home set in a corner plot in this countryside setting
  • Delightful triple aspect sitting room with bi-folding & patio doors
  • Ample off street parking and detached double garage with room above
  • Dual aspect principal bedroom with en suite and dressing area
  • May be the possibility to be sold with no onward chain
  • EPC Rating = B
An exquisite 'barn conversion style' home of impressive architectural design set within this countryside setting.


Built to an exceptionally high standard, predominantly of traditional construction, with cedar cladding under a curved zinc roof with associated zinc guttering and down pipes. It's an exceptionally light and airy home with accommodation reaching approximately 2,464 sq ft internally. With modern heating and glazing the property is very energy efficient
On the ground floor, all reception rooms lead off a spacious central reception hall, including the sitting room with dual French and bi-fold doors, study, cloakroom and the kitchen/dining room with bi-fold doors and separate utility room. The bi-fold and French doors open out to the rear and side stone laid terraces, which wrap their way around the property on two main sides, wonderfully designed for both a stunning vista and inside outside living. A wide turning oak and glazed staircase leads up to the first floor and spacious galleried landing, off which is an airing cupboard, the principal bedroom suite with en-suite bathroom and dressing area, two further bedroom suites with en-suite shower rooms, one further bedroom and a family bathroom.

Approached down a quiet lane into a small close serving only 4 other properties the house stands back in its generous gardens and grounds. It has a private gravelled forecourt of its own providing ample parking. There is also a detached double garage that has in internal staircase to a room above. This could be used as an extra office space or games room.
The spacious grounds are predominantly laid to lawn and wrap themselves around the property. The current owners have planted a selection of flowers and trees along with putting in raised planters and vegetable areas. The boundary is enclosed with fencing and a selection of tress. Overall, the plot measures approximately just under half an acre.


Lying at the foot of the Berkshire Downlands, close to the River Thames is the village of Cholsey, situated South-West of Wallingford and surrounded by a pleasant rural landscape designated an area of ‘Outstanding Natural Beauty'. The village provides a range of facilities including local shops, public houses, village school, Church and mainline station to London Paddington.

There are bus services to surrounding towns particularly Wallingford that provides even more comprehensive shopping. Importantly the village has a mainline railway station with fast, regular commuter services up to London (Paddington). Along with Reading and to Oxford.
The original settlement dates back to Saxon times but since 1950 the village has grown considerably from its modest origins centred around a small green known as ‘The Forty' and now boasts a good range of shops and amenities including a Tesco Express supermarket with a Post Office, a newsagents, a ladies and gents hairdresser, a highly regarded butcher together with a wide range of trade services including an electrical wholesaler and contractor, a long established building company, plumbing and garden maintenance contractors. There are restaurants and pubs in the village as well as a vet and a playing field hosting a variety of sports activities including football, tennis and cricket.
In addition to local state primary and secondary schooling, the area is also extremely well served to have a selection of private schools that have excellent repute.

Square Footage: 2,464 sq ft


From Henley town centre turn right onto the A4130 towards Wallingford passing first through the picturesque villages of Nettlebed and past Huntercombe Golf Course at Nuffield. At the Crowmarsh roundabout turn left onto the A4074 signposted Reading. After half a mile turn right at the next roundabout onto Nosworthy Way which crosses over the River Thames. At the next roundabout turn left, continue along until you reach the right-hand junction onto Papist Way. Drive to the bottom of the road and turn left onto Westfield Road. You will pass under the railway bridge and then take the next right a short distance afterwards. Drive to the end of the road where the development of Abbey Close will be found on your right.

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    At Savills Henley, our services cover development, property management, letting and renting and of course buying and selling property. Whatever the service, we offer insightful and realistic advice throughout the process, using our local knowledge and experience. We cover all of Henley and the surrounding villages, along the Thames and out as far as the M4, M40 and from Wallingford to Littlewick Green. Most visited website is the most visited UK national estate agency website, averaging over 2.4 million visits a month in 2020, and recording over 3.1 million visits in January 2021. Global exposure Our site is available in 22 languages including English, Chinese, Spanish and Russian. This guarantees your property will have the global exposure it deserves as well as providing access to more buyers via our website. Put simply, because we get more qualified visits, you get more opportunities to sell.

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    Broadband availability and predicted speed: obtained from Ofcom on September 26, 2022

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    Super-fast: Between 30 Mbit/s and 300 Mbit/s
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    Mobile phone signal availability and predicted strength: obtained from Ofcom on September 26, 2022

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    Red: One bar, reliable signal unlikely
    Amber: Two bars, may experience problems with connectivity
    Green: Three bars, likely to have good coverage and receive a data rate to support basic web services
    Enhanced: Full bars, likely to have good coverage indoors and to receive an enhanced data rate to support multimedia services

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    *Call rate information

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