A stunning 5 bed detached country residence set in over 2 acres of beautiful secluded gardens. Tennis court, summerhouse & additional outbuildings. A countryside setting on The Common, privacy from passing traffic & yet within easy reach of Marlow town centre”
Built around 1912, Daws End has undergone a substantial re-modelling and refurbishment program to provide a stunning family home.This bespoke home created by the vendor, a local interior designer home, offers 3500 sq ft of accommodation to a superb finish and great attention to detail.The property enjoys beautiful grounds of around 2 acres backing onto private pasture land, approached by a secure gated entrance providing parking for several vehicles , with the addition of a detached double garage complete with studio above.
Marlow Common is a stunning semi rural setting located under two miles from Marlow High Street, with its array of bustling individual shops, cafes and restaurants including Tom Kerridge's 2 Michelin Star 'Hand & Flowers' and recently opened 'The Ivy Marlow Garden'. Marlow Station is within two miles providing access to London Paddington via Maidenhead with Cross Rail due in 2019 and the Marlow bypass A404 under three miles giving fast access to the M4 at J8/9 Maidenhead or the M40 J4 Handy Cross for the London, Oxford or Reading commuter.
Local leisure facilities include golf at Harleyford and Temple; rowing at Marlow Rowing Club; riding walking and cycling in the Hambleden Valley; clubs for tennis, hockey, cricket & bowls all in Pound Lane as well as the Court Gardens Leisure complex & gymnasium, and the National Sports Centre at Bisham Abbey.
From the centre of Marlow proceed west from the obelisk at the top of the High Street along West Street towards Henley, turn right just before Platts Garage into Oxford Road continue into Chalkpit Lane, climb the hill pass through the hamlet of Bovingdon Green passing the Royal Oak pub on your left hand side, after a further half a mile turn left signposted Marlow Common where the house will be found on the left hand side after a few hundred yards.