An immaculately presented, and stylish three storey townhouse by Berkeley Homes overlooking the Jubilee River with views of the Thames in addition.

  • 3 Bedrooms

  • Three good size double bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms

  • Large open plan kitchen / dining room with bifold doors leading to 50ft garden.

  • Large formal first floor sitting room overlooking the Jubilee River.

  • Separate Study / Snug.

  • Views of the River Thames from the master bedroom.

  • Allocated parking for two cars.

  • 30ft mooring on the main Thames channel side of Glen Island.


Exceptional in design, this stylish home enjoys a unique riverside location situated on the banks of the Jubilee River near the top of Glen Island where the Thames and Jubilee merge allowing pleasant views of the river from both aspects of the property. The ground floor consists of an entrance hall with guest cloakroom, study/snug, utility area and plenty of storage. Leading on, an impressive and spacious kitchen/family/dining room is located to the rear of the property where bi-fold doors open onto a generous west-facing garden. The first floor consists of the master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and dressing room. The generous sitting room spanning the width of the house, has bi-fold doors opening to a Juliette balcony to make the most of the tranquil views over the Jubilee River and mature woodland beyond. The second floor consists of two double bedrooms, both with ensuite shower rooms, with bedroom two having a large, fitted wardrobe and bedroom three benefitting from a dressing room. The landing to the second floor consists of further useful storage cupboards. The property offers high quality fixtures and fittings throughout.


The property has easy access to beautiful countryside walks along the river Thames through the adjacent country park. The home is also within easy reach to the woodlands and grounds of Cliveden House which can be enjoyed all year round. There are several restaurants within the vicinity including The Boathouse at Boulters Lock, Roux at Skindles and Hall & Woodhouse. Glen Island is surrounded by an abundance of picturesque villages which offer great facilities and include the village of Bray (2 miles) home to a range of award-winning restaurants such as The Hinds Head and The Waterside Inn, with water sports available close by at Bray Lake Watersports.
Furthermore, the village of Cookham has an array of shops and popular village pubs, whilst the bustling town of Marlow boasts a range of shops and restaurants to include The Ivy Marlow Garden as well as Tom Kerridge’s ‘The Coach’ and the renowned 2 Michelin Star ‘The Hand & Flowers’.’ Seven miles away is the historical town of Windsor which has many tourist attractions including Windsor Castle, Windsor Great Park, Lego Land Resort and nearby Dorney Lake. Glen Island is well placed for access to road networks into London and Heathrow Airport via the M4. Train services run from Taplow and Maidenhead station to Reading and London Paddington, each conveniently served by The Elizabeth Line.


FFrom Maidenhead town centre head east along Bridge Road towards the River Thames. Go straight over Maidenhead bridge and turn immediately left into Mill Road. Continue up Mill Road past the new pub, the Hall and Woodhouse on the lefthand side and the landscaped park land on the righthand side. Continue past Laychequers Meadow, Jubilee Wharf and Jubilee Terrace will be located up on the right-hand side.