A grade-II listed country home set on the river Thame and with around 10 acres of gardens and grounds, is on the market in Oxfordshire. 

Upper Grange in Newington near Wallingford dates to the early 17th century, and the seven bedroom and five bathroom property is being sold by Savills. 

The detached home has excellent access to transport links to Oxford and London, and offers the convenience of two cottages, as well as a games room, gym, tennis court and swimming pool. 

The property is just under two miles from the village of Warborough which has a popular pub, shop and post office, primary school, church and village hall.

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The nearby market town of Wallingford is ideal for everyday shopping requirements and cultural interests are well served by Dorchester-on-Thames, with its ancient Abbey, and historic Oxford.

The double Michelin starred Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons is just five miles away with a wide choice of highly regarded schools in the area including Pangbourne, Moulsford, Cranford House, Radley College, Downe House, St Helens and St Katharine, Abingdon School, the Europa School as well as highly regarded schools in Oxford.

(Image: Rightmove) (Image: Rightmove) The riverside property has an asking price of £6,500,000. 

The home features a vaulted kitchen - which was added around 30 years ago and connects the house with an adjacent barn. 

A panelled dining hall, staircase, crossed-beamed ceilings, historic fireplaces and braced doors date back to the reign of James I. 

Other impressive features include the entrance hall which opens into the dining hall with panelled walls and fireplace with herringbone brick detailing, while the triple aspect drawing room offers terrific views of the river. 

A cosy snug, a study and wine cellar also lead off the dining hall. 

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The property's vaulted kitchen includes two huge oak A-frames, a stone fireplace, painted wooden cupboards beneath stone worktops, a large island with a double stainless steel sink, a four door Aga, Miele oven and induction hob.

The main staircase rises from the dining hall with a half landing and window seat overlooking the garden.

The triple aspect principal bedroom, spanning the depth of the house, has stunning views and a fireplace with stove within - while there is a large dressing room nearby with built-in wardrobes to two walls.

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The two cottages on the property are each one-bedroom and one-bathroom, with private gardens. Both homes are presently let on assured shorthold tenancy agreements.  

Outside the impressive gardens include pillared electric wooden gates and a long avenue of Canadian poplars leading to the front of the house.

The river winds around two sides of boundary and leads on to a small copse of ash, maple, cedar and lime.

To the front of the house is the formal parterre garden framed by mellow red brick walls to three sides.