An impressive, substantial, secure, private penthouse with 4 bedrooms and an office, grand reception rooms and a number of outdoor roof terraces across the top of this magnificent Grade 11 Listed Gothic mansion.
All the main rooms and the terraces have outstanding views over parkland, or over the roof tops to the horizon. The mansion was designed by George Somers Clarke the same designer of the Palace of Westminster. The property is mainly to one floor but has a clock tower lookout with a further three floors. Secure underground parking for two cars, 8 acres of gardens with tennis courts, and 170 acres parkland with great walks to local pubs and restaurants.
Communal entrance hall private Entrance Hall
Private lift access
Open plan dining and kitchen
Four en suite bedrooms and an office
Terrace and tennis court.
Wyfold Court was built between 1874 and 1876 to reflect the French Gothic style for Edward Hermon a Member of Parliament for Preston. The mansion, one of the grandest houses in England, was converted into eleven apartments in the 1990s with full restoration to all communal parts. The communal hall has a grand teak staircase, parquet floor and panelling and lead light windows featuring all of the Kings and Queens of England.
Henley Golf Club, Henley Regatta every year in Henley, Ascot Racing, Polo at Smiths Lawn, the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club and the Henley Festival. There is an excellent choice of schools for all ages, both state and independent.
From Henley on Thames, cross the river bridge and drive through the main shopping street passing the Town Hall on the right. Follow signs to Greys Green. Turn right at the cross road on Stoke Row Road. Pass the Unicorn public house on the right. In approximately 250metres to turn left onto Lime Avenue. Drive across the park past Hazel Drive and Baron Way and follow the drive way past the tennis courts to the house. The entrance to the house driveway is through the security bollards.