Holland Road, Marlow
This delightful and superbly presented semi detached Victorian cottage has been fully modernised yet retains the character features from its era to include bay window, open fireplaces throughout, professionally restored sash windows (some double glazed), plantation shutters and wooden flooring. The property sits in a quiet and private cul-de-sac within about 0.7 mile level walk of the High Street and the Marlow Train Station is even closer. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, lounge and separate dining room, luxury refitted kitchen with integrated appliances, granite work tops and underfloor heating. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, two with cast iron fireplaces, luxury shower room with underfloor heating. Externally there is gravelled parking at the front for one car, brick walling and side pedestrian access to the lovely circa 50` landscaped rear gardens with a wide patio and seating area with pergola and wisteria. There is also a fully insulated shed with power and which could be adapted to a home office. Other benefits include gas central heating with a combi boiler and external electric power points in the front and rear garden.
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 now Crossrail has opened in 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.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
,, Buckinghamshire Council, Band E