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Oakford’s latest development of just seventeen homes at Greys Mews comprises a selection of both houses and apartments offering you the opportunity to live the ‘Henley dream’.
Oakford Homes’ unwavering eye for detail means that there is no requirement for options and extras, as only premium materials, fittings and appliances are selected to ensure the perfect balance of comfort and sophistication.
To Oakford, standard means standard-setting, the embodiment of a unique approach to creating homes.The homes at Greys Mews are designed to reflect the exclusive lifestyle offered by Henley-on-Thames; a small, discreet collection yet meticulously appointed, ensuring each house or apartment offers space and comfort. Interiors combine open-plan layouts, glazed internal and external doors to maximise space and light. Both apartments and houses offer generous bedrooms that belie the common perception of a small development, with many offering multiple ensuite bathrooms, all expertly and thoughtfully specified.
Greys Mews affords easy access to the heart of Henley as well as surrounding locations, being approximately 8 miles northeast of Reading, 9 miles west of Maidenhead and 25 miles southeast of Oxford. With London Paddington just over one hour away by train, the location offers a great base for all those looking to travel regularly for work or simply a leisurely day out.
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