The Old Basketmaker's Arms, on Gravel Hill, is a three-bedroom Grade II listed family home just yards from the Market Place in Henley-on-Thames.
The original building was built in about 1600, and until the 1970s was a pub.
More accommodation was added in the Victorian era, and many original features remain, including a fireplace in the main living room, exposed brickwork in the dining room and original beams throughout the house.
The garden is on two levels and faces south, with a brick-and-flint wall to one side, plentiful planting and space for entertaining.
The property also has two parking spaces (one to the front and one to the rear), a cellar and a recently installed Shaker-style kitchen.
Henley-on-Thames is on the north side of the River Thames in south Oxfordshire, about 10 miles from Reading.
The Old Basketmaker’s Arms is for sale at a guide price of £650,000.