About the Development
An exciting opportunity to purchase your dream home in the beautiful, picturesque location of Stoke Row, renowned local developers, Zest Developments Limited, are building 3 stunning detached properties – two 4 bedroom homes in brick and flint and one 3 bedroom home with soft, contemporary styling.
The homes will be available in May 2014 so this is an exciting opportunity to purchase and personalise your dream home – contact us for the very latest information on this exclusive new development
The perfect Home, Perfectly Located
Situated within the Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty approximately 7 miles north-west of Henley, Stoke Row has a thriving community with its shop, primary school, church, cricket club and two pubs including the celebrated Crooked Billet restaurant.
The bustling market town of Henley on Thames is within a short 15 minutes drive with its array of shops, restaurants and other leisure facilities. Pond House is only a few minutes walk from the centre of Stoke Row which has a village store, two award winning pubs, a primary school, church and village cricket club. Stoke Row is also the site of the Maharajah’s Well, a gift from the Maharajah of Benares in 1831.
Rail services to London Paddington are available from Henley and Reading with fast train services of approx. 30 minutes and the M4 and M40 motorways are both easily accessible, just 8 miles away.
Rest and Relaxation
Recreational facilities nearby include Peppard Lawn Tennis Club, Oratory Real Tennis Club, Badgemore Park & Henley Golf Club, Greys Green Cricket Club, rowing clubs at Henley, Wallingford and Reading with the surrounding countryside offering excellent walking and riding with an abundance of footpaths and bridleways.
Great Local Schools & Colleges
The area is extremely well placed for access to a range of excellent schools and colleges. Rupert House and St Mary’s School in Henley, Moulsford Preparatory, Cranford House School, Shiplake College, The Oratory in Woodcote and Radley College, Queen Anne’s School in Caversham and The Abbey School in Reading. There are also buses to the popular private schools in Abingdon.