An individual 1930’s built detached family house in a sheltered non estate location, beautifully extended and re-modelled by the present owners to create a stunning home.
Light and modern Kitchen/Dining Room
with working fireplace
Beautiful views over the Thames Valley
to the front of the house
Extensive garden to rear of the house
with two tiered terraces
Four Bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
with one en suite
Spacious Kitchen/dining room with two further receptions rooms
Home office adjoining the house with further scope for office or gym in the out buildings
This eye catching individual red brick detached house was built in the 1930s as a three-bedroom property, but has been significantly extended and re-modelled by the current owners to create an impressive family home with a number of outstanding features including high quality kitchen & bathrooms, and large mature level rear gardens.
Enjoying a sheltered location on the eastern edge of town and great privacy, in our view this represents an ideal property for a family or professional couple. The property enjoys spectacular views across the Thames Valley over to Cookham Dean on the far side. To the front of the house is a ‘U’ Shaped driveway with parking for several cars.
Gypsy Lane is a well-respected no through road on the eastern edge of town, just over one mile from the High Street, with its array of bustling individual shops, cafes, & restaurants including ‘The Ivy Marlow Garden’, and Tom Kerridge’s ‘The Coach’ & the 2 Michelin Star rated ‘The Hand & Flowers’ both in West Street. Marlow Station is approx.one mile with service to London Paddington via Maidenhead (with Cross Rail due to be completed in 2023) and the Marlow Business Park also within one mile.
Local recreation facilities include golf at Harleyford & Temple; walking, cycling & riding in the Hambleden valley, and the Thames Path; rowing at Marlow Rowing Club; Marlow RFC & Marlow C.C.; clubs for tennis, hockey, cricket & bowls, all in Pound Lane, alongside the Court Gardens leisure complex with gymnasium & swimming pool, as well as the National Sports centre at Bisham Abbey.
From the obelisk at the top of the high street head east on to Spittal Street. Continue straight over the mini roundabout onto Little Marlow Road through the set of traffic lights and then fork left onto Wycombe Road. About half a mile up Wycombe Road the Gypsy Lane road sign is on the lefthand side about 100 yards up Gypsy Lane you have to fork right to continue up Gypsy Lane where no. 11 is the third house on the lefthand side.