Frieth, Henley-On-Thames, Buckinghamshire, RG9
A unique brick and flint 4 bedroom home with a wealth of character
Entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, kitchen, study, cellar/snug, guest W.C., 4 bedrooms, family bathroom, garden, driveway, parking The Old Store is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the village of Frieth. Frieth has two pubs, one planned for redevelopment to provide a pub, restaurant and shop. There are also excellent facilities in Henley and Marlow, with a range of shops, pubs and restaurants. Local recreation includes golf at Harleyford, Temple and Henley, rowing at Marlow and Henley, the National Sports Centre at Bisham Abbey and a new £150m leisure centre opening in Wycombe in 2016. Frieth is a great base for education with a CEC School for ages 4-11, from where children move to a number of schools including three grammar schools rated as Outstanding by Ofsted: Wycombe High for Girls, The Royal Grammar (Wycombe) and Sir William Borlase’s (Marlow). There is also a range of private education including Wycombe Abbey School. This is a period property dating back in parts to about 1750 and was formerly the village shop. With a floor area of 2118 sqft it provides spacious accommodation with a wealth of character. The superb drawing room is large with beams, log burner and brick and flint walls. Bi-fold doors lead to the garden. Beyond is a separate dining room, with feature fireplace and the wall to the study has a beautiful display of leaded lights. Stairs from here go to the cellar, used as a cosy sitting room. There are four good-sized double bedrooms with a family bathroom. The garden is delightful with lawns, mature shrubs and flower beds. There is off street parking.