Summary

UNEXPECTEDLY RE-AVAILABLE. A well presented turn of the century terraced cottage, in a sheltered traffic free location within ¼ mile of Marlow High Street. (contd...)

  • 2 Bedrooms


Description

A red brick Victorian terraced cottage which has been sympathetically & stylishly modernised whilst still retaining much of the original charm & character with many features. iincluding wooden floors, feature fireplace, etc.. With a beautiful cottage garden and private parking area to the rear approached via a service lane off Queen's Road. In our view, an ideal home for a professional single/couple, young family or downsizers.

Location

Situated within a few hundred yards of Riley Park and the top of Marlow High Street with its extensive range of bustling individual shops, cafes & restaurants including 'The Ivy Marlow Garden' in the High Street & Tom Kerridge's 'The Coach' and 2 Michelin Star rated 'The Hand & Flowers' both in West Street.

Marlow Station is under one mile providing service to London Paddington via Maidenhead (with Cross Rail due in 2022), with the Marlow Business Park approximately 1.5 miles and the Marlow bypass A404 within 2 miles with fast access to the M40 at J4 Handy Cross & the M4 at J8/9 Maidenhead for the London, Oxford, Reading or Heathrow commuter.

Local recreation facilities include golf at Harleyford & Temple; rowing at Marlow Rowing Club; walking, cycling & riding in the Hambleden valley and along the Thames Path; clubs for hockey.cricket, tennis & bowls, all in Pound Lane alongside the Court Garden Leisure complex with swimming pool & gymnasium, as well as The National Sports Centre at Bisham Abbey.

Directions

From the centre of Marlow proceed west from the obelisk at the top of the High Street along West Street towards along Henley. Turn right just before Platts garage into Oxford Road pass the turnings into Cambridge Road and Queens Road, where 'Maytree Cottage' will be found on the right hand side in a slightly elevated position. Vehicular access is via a rear service road off Queens Road just before The Duke of Cambridge public house.

 

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