Thoughtfully designed to make full use of the outstanding location, all 4 double bedrooms and 2 reception rooms have views of the garden, river and open fields beyond.
The 750 sq ft living room is the heart of the home, including an open plan kitchen, dining area and pantry with bi-fold doors opening on to a 40 ft deck.
The first floor accommodation features 4 double bedrooms with 2 en-suites and a family bathroom, all fitted to a high standard and offering flexible configuration to create a master suite with an en-suite shower room, dressing room and balcony.
There is a high ceilinged office and laundry/boot room, while the lower ground floor has 2 workshops and a boat store opening on to the garden, with potential for conversion STPP.
Springwater is beautifully presented and finished to a high standard. Floor to ceiling windows and bi-fold doors maximise the views, while the Swiss style adjustable, retractable electric shutters provide privacy and filtered light.
The partially walled garden features a natural spring, from where the house gets its name, and lush green lawns with mature foliage stretching down to the Thames.
The 40 ft wooden deck includes a covered weather-proof area for year round, outdoor entertaining. An additional deck at the end of the garden captures the late afternoon sun by the river.
Springwater has a 52 ft Thames-side mooring, fishing rights and launch rights on the slipway at the Oxford University Boat Club next door. This is a rare combination on the Thames and presents a significant opportunity for someone wishing to enjoy a riverside lifestyle.