A very pretty 2-bed terraced cottage in a sheltered lane close to the centre of Cookham Dean

  • 2 Bedrooms

  • A very pretty 2-bed terraced cottage in a sheltered lane close to the church

  • Set in the heart of Cookham Dean,

  • close to the village school & local pub.

  • Separate living room and kitchen on

  • ground floor leading out to private

  • rear courtyard garden

  • Bedroom and large bathroom on first floor

  • Spacious second bedroom on the second floor

  • Mature front garden providing a

  • great deal of privacy


A delightful period terraced cottage in the centre of the pretty little village of Cookham Dean. With private gardens front and rear this property is tucked away in a quiet lane just off Church Road and just 10mins from central Marlow and 5mins from Cookham. The cottage has many original features but also boasts a useful loft conversion on the second floor providing a spacious second bedroom.


Situated just over a mile of the village shops, primary school & station (London Paddington via Maidenhead with Cross Rail due in 2021) all in Cookham Rise and within easy reach of Cookham High Street with its variety of restaurants, pubs & cafes. The thriving Riverside town of Marlow is within a 5-minute drive with its array of bustling individual shops, cafes & restaurants including Tom Kerridge’s renowned 2 Michelin Star 'The Hand & Flowers' and 'The Ivy Marlow Garden', and hotels including the famous Compleat Angler adjoining Marlow Bridge.

Local recreational facilities include walking, cycling & riding locally; golf at nearby Winter Hill, Temple & Harleyford; clubs for hockey, cricket, tennis & bowls all in Pound Lane, Marlow, alongside the Court Garden Leisure Complex with gymnasium & swimming pool, and the National Sports Centre at Bisham Abbey.


From Marlow High Street, cross the Bridge, pass the Compleat Angler Hotel, turn immediately left into Quarry Wood Road, (signposted Cookham Dean) continue to the end, bear right and climb the steep hill. Continue onto Dean Lane and after half a mile take a sharp right turning onto Cookham Dean Bottom, climb the hill and turn left onto Popes Lane after a quarter of a mile. Stay on Popes Lane until you reach the Jolly Farmer pub/restaurant, where the property is just before the public house on the right-hand side in a sheltered side lane.