Summary

A attractive Edwardian period house with a deceptive & stylish interior, set in one of the most poppular roads in the centre of town, within a few hundred of the High Street & Station. An ideal home for a professional couple or young family.

  • 3 Bedrooms

  • AN EDWARDIAN TERRACED HOUSE WITH MANY ORIGINAL FEATURES .

  • WITH AN EXTENDED GROUND FLOOR & A STYLISH INTERIOR WITH A HIGH SPECIFICATION.

  • SET IN THE HEART OF THE TOWN< IN ONE OF MARLOW'S MOST POPULAR ROADS.

  • 3 BEDROOMS, BATHROOM, TWO SEPARATE RECEPTION ROOMS, OPEN PLAN KITCHEN B'FAST ROOM, CLOAKROOM,

  • ENCLOSED GARDENS OF PATIO & LAWN.


Description

A very pretty Edwardian terraced house built in 1910 in a highly sought-after road in the heart of the town, retaining much of the original charm with a host of character features but having been updated & extended to provide a deceptive & stylish interior with a superb open plan kitchen/breakfast room. In our view this represents an ideal home for a professional single/couple or young family seeking a period property in a highly convenient location.

Location

Set in the heart of the town, about 300 yards from the centre of the High Street, 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. Marlow Station (London Paddington via Maidenhead, with Cross Rail due in 2023) is within a five-minute walk; Marlow Business Park is within one mile and the Marlow Bypass A404 approximately 1½ miles with fast direct routes to the M40 Motorway at J4 Handy Cross (3 miles) and the M4 J8/9 Maidenhead (6 miles). Heathrow Airport is around 18 miles and Central London about 30 miles.

Local recreation facilities include golf at Harleyford & Temple; rowing at Marlow Rowing Club; Marlow Rugby FC at Riverwoods Drive; walking, cycling & riding in the Hambleden Valley; clubs for tennis, hockey, cricket & bowls all in Pound Lane long with the Court Garden Leisure Complex with swimming pool & gymnasium and the National Sports Centre at Bisham Abbey.

Directions

From the centre of Marlow, proceed south from the obelisk at the top down the High Street towards the river. Shortly after Ballards offices on the left-hand side please turn left into Institute Road, next left into Beaufort Gardens, bear right into Claremont Road, and then first left into Claremont Gardens where the house will be found on the right-hand side.

 

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