Chaddleworth was built in 1935 and has been our family home for over 20 years. It sits within an acre of well loved garden and is surrounded by fields. The garden used to be the Orchard for the estate known as Cleeve Court. A well known English botanist, plant collector, explorer and author Francis (Frank) Kingdon-Ward, who lived in Cleeve Court, had the house built for his first wife, Florinda, to live in.
Chaddleworth is in the village of Streatley, Berkshire which lies on the opposite bank of the River Thames to the village of Goring in Oxfordshire. Chaddleworth is situated just a couple of fields from the River Thames. There is ample free off road parking and a train service runs from Goring and Streatley Station in Goring.