A BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED MODERN DETACHED FAMILY HOUSE CLOSE TO THE MOST POPULAR LOCAL SCHOOLS.
A VERY SMART MODERN DETACHED FAMILY HOUSE BY SUNLEY HOMES PRESENTED IN VERY GOOD DECORATIVE ORDER
ON THE FAVOURED WESTERN SIDE OF TOWN, VERY CLOSE TO SPINFIELD JUNIOR SCHOOL, AND WALKING DISTANCE OF SIR WILLIAM BORLASE GRAMMAR SCHOOL
4 GOOD BEDROOMS, 2 BATHROOMS INCLUDING PRINCIPAL SUITE, DOUBLE ASPECT SITTING ROOM< SEPARATE DINING ROOM, FITTED KITCHEN, HALL & CLOAKROOM
DOUBLE WIDTH GARAGE AND DRIVEWAY PARKING, ENCLOSED GARDENS.
A modern detached house built by Sunley Homes in the 1970’s which has been updated & modernised throughout and carefully maintained by the present owners. In a highly sought after location on the western side of the town within 200 hundred yards walk of Spinfield school, the most sought-after primary school in Marlow with consistently high results, and Sir William Borlase Grammar school in West Street.
Situated on the western side of town, within half a mile from the High Street with its array of individual bustling shops, cafes and restaurants. including 'The Ivy Marlow Garden', as well as Tom Kerridge's 'The Coach' and the renowned 2 Michelin Star rated 'The Hand & Flowers' both in West Street. Marlow Station (London Paddington via Maidenhead with the Elizabeth line now open, is within one mile, with the Business Park and bypass A404 within 2 miles, giving fast access to the motorway network with the M4 at J8/9 Maidenhead & the M40 at J4 Handy Cross, Heathrow Airport & central London.
Local recreational facilities include golf at Harleyford & Temple; rowing at Marlow Rowing Club; riding, cycling & walking in the Hambleden valley; Marlow RFC & Marlow FC; clubs for tennis, hockey, cricket & bowls all in Pound Lane, as well as the Court Garden Leisure complex with swimming pool & gymnasium and the National Sports Centre at Bisham Abbey.
From the centre of Marlow proceed west from the obelisk at the top of the High Street along West Street towards Henley. At Platts Garage turn right into Oxford Road and then left after a few hundred yards into Barnards Hill, bear left (still Barnards Hill) follow the road round to the right climbing the hill where the house will be found tucked in on the right-hand side shortly before the junction of Terrington Hill.