Grade II listed house situated on the largest private island in the Thames

Aberlash House is a Grade II listed house situated on the largest private island in the Thames. Originally built in the 17th Century and once owned by the well-known Rich family, Lords of the Manor of Sonning, Aberlash House was remodelled and extended early the following century with the addition of a handsome Georgian facade. Having been extensively modernised to the highest specifications by the current owners Aberlash offers state of the art technology including a multi room Crestron controlled entertainment system incorporating the latest invisible speakers, an iLight lighting system using John Cullen fittings, a sophisticated security system with 14 CCTV cameras, a fully equipped AV room with drop down screen and projector and a gym and spa complex with caldarium, steam room and shower facilities.

The principal reception rooms are of elegant proportions and of particular note are the bow windows in both the master bedroom and the drawing room with views over the gardens and grounds to the River Thames, the magnificent crown mouldings and the mahogany floors, skirting boards and high ceilings. The house consists of a sumptuous master suite with an en-suite bookmatched marble bathroom and a fully fitted dressing room. There are 8 further bedrooms 7 of which are en-suite, with the guest bedroom also benefiting from a bookmatched marble bathroom. In addition, there are 2 cloakrooms, a library, a study, a drawing room, a family room, a dining room, a wine cellar and a fabulously proportioned media room with a fully equipped AV system with drop down screen and projector. The kitchen and breakfast room with fireplace is bathed in natural light with doors to the terrace and garden. The well-proportioned kitchen has a full complement of top of the range and a triple Aga.

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Property Details

This Property is Marketed by Sotheby’s International Realty

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