SSTC! – MORE PROPERTIES URGENTLY REQUIRED!
Offered to the market place for the first time in over 50 years is this substantial 1920`s built detached family home situated in a quiet residential road within a level 0.5 mile walk of Marlow High Street. The property sits on a good sized, mature south westerly facing plot and the house does require some modernisation and lends it self to further extensions or remodelling (subject to planning). The versatile accommodation comprises, entrance hall, dining area with open fireplace, double length lounge, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room with large walk in larder cupboard, further reception room overlooking the rear garden with wet room off (easily used as a self contained annex). On the first floor there are four bedrooms, family bathroom and a separate WC. To the front there is driveway parking leading to a single garage (partly converted but room for a small car) with electric door. The mature rear garden is a delightful feature of the proeprty and benefits from a south westerly aspect and a good degree of privacy. Other benefits include, gas central heating, double glazed windows to the rear, large loft with potential for conversion (STPP) and NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Marlow town centre is a thriving and stylish riverside community with a comprehensive range of shops and excellent pubs and restaurants. Nearby Marlow Station has a regular train service to London Paddington via Maidenhead (from 1hr 5 mins) with links to the City of London, further enhanced with the recently opened Crossrail Link from Maidenhead. Access to the M4 and M40 is via the A404(M) and London Heathrow is about 22 miles away.
There is a wide range of educational and recreational facilities in the area. Excellent local schools are numerous and include Sir William Borlase in Marlow.
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