We don’t know the year of this build, but judging by some of the internal features, we believe this five-bedroom modernist property in Henley-On-Thames, Oxfordshire is of an age.
That age is 1960s or possibly early to mid-1970s, we really don’t know for sure, as the agent doesn’t give much away. Simply that this is architect-designed and ‘modern’. It does give it a name though – Beavers House.
It is set in what’s described as a ‘sought after and highly regarded location’, with a total of 3,000 sq ft of living and entertaining accommodation space, including a sizeable 38′ living room with vaulted ceiling on the first floor, which offers country views over fields and Drawback Hill via a decked panoramic balcony. Also on that floor is a fifth bedroom with vaulted ceiling, access to the balcony and an en-suite shower room.
The remaining accommodation is on the ground floor, which includes a 21′ sitting room, kitchen/dining room, utility room, boot room, master bedroom with marble en-suite bathroom, separate dressing area and via a ‘pine and glass staircase’, a study/child’s room, cloakroom, family bathroom, two further bedrooms with mezzanine suites and a further ground floor bedroom with access to the garden.
Outside is a mix of gardens, an ‘al fresco’ decked dining area between the dining and sitting rooms, ‘ample’ driveway parking and more views over open countryside.
£1,050,000 is the asking price.