Converted boat house on the River Thames at Henley for sale for £3.5 million
Those with a desire to live like Ratty in The Wind in the Willows could do worse than purchase a Grade II listed £3.5 million ($4.8 million, €3.9 million or درهم17.8 million) converted boathouse within yards of the finishing line of Henley-on-Thames’ annual Royal Regatta.
Sold for £1.275 million ($1.763 million, €1.439 million or درهم6.475 million) in November 2002 and featuring a 19th century exterior that houses a completely rebuilt interior, The Boat House comprises of 3,122 square foot of accommodation over two floors. Dominated by a 49-foot long open plan drawing-dining-room with kitchen and balcony on its first floor, the air conditioned building also features three bedroom suites and a small garden.
Backing directly onto the River Thames, the property also comes with parking and a jetty with mooring for two boats. It is offered by agents Knight Frank.
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I love the Regatta. This would be the perfect place to watch it.
Price is far too high for a terraced house outside of London. Does it flood?
Think you need to know what you are talking about Eric before you post such naive comment
A great place for a party.