Summary

AN EXTENDED MODERN SEMI DETACHED HOUSE WITH A STYLISH INTERIOR, SET IN A SHELTERED CUL DE SAC LOCATION WELL PLACED FOR THE BUSINESS PARK, STATION & TOWN CENTRE.

  • 3 Bedrooms

  • AN EXTENDED MODERN SEMI DETACHED HOUSE BUILT IN THE 1990's

  • WITH A STYLISH & WELL PRESENTED INTERIOR

  • SHELTERED RESIDENTIAL CUL DE SAC LOCATION

  • HIGHLY CONVENIENT FOR THE BUSINESS PARK, STATION & TOWN CENTRE

  • 3 BEDS, EN SUITE SHOWER, BATHROOM

  • LOUNGE,CONSERVATORY/DINING ROOM, FAMILY ROOM

  • FITTED KITCHEN & CLOAKROOM

  • WEST BACKING MATURE GARDEN, TWO PARKING SPACES.


Description

An attractive modern semi detached detached house in a sheltered residential cul de sac within easy reach of the High Street, Station & Business Park. Built by the Michael Shanly group in the 1990's but adapted & extended to provide a stylish & deceptive home in a highly convenient location. An ideal home for a professional couple or young family.

Location

Situated under half a mile from the Business Park, and within one mile of Marlow Station serving London Paddington via Maidenhead, & the High Street with its array of bustling individual shops, cafes & restaurants including 'The Ivy Marlow Garden' and Tom Kerridge's 2 Michelin star rated 'The Hand & Flowers' in West Street. The Marlow bypass A404 is within one mile providing fast access to the M40 motorway at J4 Handy Cross & the M4 motorway at J8/9 Maidenhead, for the London, Heathrow, Reading or Oxford commuter.

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

Directions

From the centre of Marlow, proceed south from obelisk down the High Street towards the river. Turn left at the mini roundabout into Station Road and continue into Dedmere Road. At the T-junction turn left into Newtown Road and third turning right into Redgrave Place. On entering the cul de sac turn left and the house is immediately on the left hand side.

 

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