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3a Middle Assendon is located in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has two local and well regarded public houses and picturesque countryside with a network of footpaths and bridle Paths. Henley town is approximately two miles away with excellent shopping and recreational facilities. Henley railway station provides a service to London Paddington (55 mins) and from Reading approximately 28 mins. and the major centres of Reading and Oxford are easily accessible by road as well as the M4 and M40 motorways.
Front door opens into the 21'10 x 11' living room with oak flooring, wood burning stove and shelving with cupboard below fitted into alcoves. There are stairs up to the main landing and door into the kitchen/breakfast room with gas aga, one and a half bowl sink unit with granite work surfaces, fitted dresser and two sets of double doors that lead out onto the rear terrace area and garden.
On the main landing, large shower room and access to both double bedrooms with exposed wood flooring and are situated to the front and rear of the property.
Pretty front cottage garden with central and mature beds.
Immediately adjacent to the rear is a terraced area with the remainder on an incline with lawned area leading up to a pergola with ‘alfresco’ dining area. There is access to a side lane via a gate.
From the centre of Henley with the river bridge behind you, turn right at the traffic lights into Bell Street. Continue to Northfield End and cross straight over the two roundabouts and continue out of Henley on the A4130 towards Nettlebed/Oxford. Just before the beginning of the dual carriageway turn right signposted to Lower and Middle Assendon. Continue along this road passing through Lower Assendon. No. 43a Middle Assendon will be found on the right as you enter Middle Assendon.
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