Summary

A 1950's built detached bungalow in a large mature plot, facing open fields, with tremendous potential for extension or redevelopment (subject to p.p.)

  • 2 Bedrooms

  • A MATURE DETACHED BUNGALOW IN A LARGE PLOT

  • BUILT IN 1954, FOR SALE FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE NEW

  • SET ON THE EDGE OF THE VILLAGE FACING OPEN FIELDS

  • HALL, 2 RECEPTION ROOMS, KITCHEN, 2 BEDS, BATHROOM

  • DETACHED GARAGE & ADDITIONAL DRIVEWAY PARKING.

  • LOVELY MATURE GARDENS WITH APPROX. 125' x 65' TO THE REAR

  • TREMENDOUS POTENTIAL FOR EXTENSION OR REDEVELOPMENT (SUBJECT TO P.P.)

  • NO ONWARD CHAIN


Description

A truly rare opportunity to acquire an individual detached property in a glorious semi rural location on the northern edge of this picturesque Chiltern Village, facing open fields. Built in 1954, and set in a large mature plot, this detached red brick bungalow is 'For Sale' for the first time in over 66 years and offers tremendous potential for improvement & extension or complete redevelopment, subject to planning permission. An ideal prospect to create a family home in a sheltered & tranquil setting or alternatively, with some investment, an attractive retirement home in a sought after village.

Location

Set on the outskirts of this picturesque Chiltern village, with the local primary school, Church and village hall and two local Pub/Restaurants all within half a mile. Marlow town centre is approximately four miles to the south, with its array of bustling individual shops, cafes & restaurants including 'The Ivy Marlow Garden' & Tom Kerridge's 2 Michelin Star 'The Hand & Flowers' in West Street. Lane End village with essential shopping is about 1.5 miles and High Wycombe about 6 miles.

Set on the edge of the Hambleden Valley providing extensive opportunity for walking, cycling or hacking opportunities in the beautiful surrounding countryside.   High Wycombe has excellent commuter links via its main line train station with regular services to London Marylebone and Oxford. The M40 Junction 4 at Handy Cross can be reached in about 15 minutes linking down to London and the M25 and to Birmingham. Marlow & Henley Stations serve London Paddington via Maidenhead & Twyford respectively with Cross Rail due in 2021/22.

Local schools in the area include the highly regarded John Hampden school for boys, Royal Grammar School for boys ,Wycombe High School and Wycombe Abbey for girls, as well as Sir William Borlase co-ed Grammar School in Marlow. .

Directions

From the centre of Marlow, proceed west from the obelisk at the top of the High Street along West Street towards Henley. Take the first turning right into Oxford Road, climb the hill into Chalkpit Lane passing through the hamlet of Bovingdon Green and continue into Frieth Road. On reaching Frieth crossroads after approx, 3 miles, turn left into Frieth Hill continue up the hill with the Yew Tree Pub/Restaurant on the right hand side, and the Church & school on the left, turn right into Innings Road, continue to the end turning right into Spurgrove Lane where 'Oddicombe' is on the left hand side.

 

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