REDUCED FOR EARLY SALE. A great opportunity to acquire a detached house in a good size plot in a very good residential area, but requiring full modernisation and possibly extension (subject to p.p.)
AN INDIVIDUAL OLDER STYLE DETACHED HOUSE WITH TREMENDOUS SCOPE FOR MODERNISATION & IMPROVEMENT.
GREAT POTENTIAL FOR EXTENSION (SUBJECT TO P.P.)
2/3 BEDROOMS, STUDY/BED 3, BATHROOM, LARGE LIVING / DINING ROOM, KITCHEN/BREAKFASTROOM CONSERVATORY
OFF STREET PARKING, LONG SECLUDED GARDENS.
An individual detached house built in the 1930's of brick & tile construction with rendered elevations, requiring full modernisation and re-decoration but offering great potential for improvement and possible extension (subject to p.p.). For sale for the first time in over half a century, this house is set in a large plot, with off street parking and represents a great opportunity for a professional single/couple, young family or downsizsers. Being sold with NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Situated in a very popular residential area within a 15 minute level walk of the High Street and under one mile from Marlow Station (London Paddington via Maidenhead with Cross Rail due in 2023). Marlow Business Park is just over one mile and the Marlow Bypass A404 about 1.5 miles with fast routes to the M40 motorway at J4 Handy Cross & the M4 motorway at J8/9 Maidenhead for the London, Heathrow, Reading or Oxford commuter. For families, Sandygate & Holy Trinity infant & junior schools are close by and both Sir William Borlase Grammar School & Great Marlow School are within level walking distance.
Local recreational facilities include golf at Harleyford & Temple; rowing at Marlow Rowing Club; walking, cycling & riding in the Hambleden Valley and along the Thames Path; Marlow RFC & Marlow FC; clubs for tennis, hockey, bowls & cricket all in Pound Lane along with the Court Garden Leisure & Function Complex, with swimming pool & gymnasium as well as the National Sports centre at Bisham Abbey.
From the centre of town, proceed east from the obelisk at the top of the High Street along Spittal Street towards Bourne End. Cross the mini roundabout in Chapel Street, fork left into Wycombe Road turn 3rd left in Oak Tree Road and almost opposite the parade of shops turn left into Oak Tree Avenue where the house will be found on the right hand side.