Summary

An individual non- estate chalet style detached house with flexible accommodation ,directly facing Gossmore Park with the river beyond, and within level walking distance of the Station, High Street & Business Park. With great scope to re-model or further extend (subject to p.p.)

  • 4 Bedrooms

  • AN INDIVIDUAL DETACHED CHALET STYLE HOUSE BUILT IN 1961 WITH SUBSEQUENT FIRST FLOOR EXTENSION IN THE 1980's.GREAT SCOPE TO FURTHER EXTEND OR RE-MODEL (SUBJECT TO P.P.)

  • DIRECTLY FACING GOSSMORE PARK WITH THE RIVER BEYOND.

  • 4 BEDS, (TWO ON GROUND FLOOR) BATHROOM, 1st FLOOR CLOAKROOM, LARGE LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM, KITCHEN, UTILITY ROOM.

  • GARAGE & PARKING FOR SEVERAL VEHICLES.

  • NO ONWARD CHAIN


Description

A detached chalet style property located in a sought after location directly facing Gossmore Park, with the river beyond, within level walking distance of Marlow Station and the bottom of the High Street. Built as a bungalow in the early 1960's, subsequent adapted to a two storey chalet, but with considerable potential to further extend & re-model (subject to planning permission). In our opinion, an ideal home for a professional couple or family. Being sold with the benefit of NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Location

Situated in a mature & highly convenient residential area, enjoying easy access to the Station (London Paddington via Maidenhead with Cross Rail due in 2024), the Marlow Business Park approx. one mile, and the town centre with its array of bustling individual shops, cafes & restaurants including 'The Ivy Marlow Garden' in the High Street, as well as Tom Kerridge's 'The Coach' and the 2 Michelin Star ' The Hand & Flowers' , both in West Street.

Local recreational facilities include walking, riding & cycling in the Hambleden Valley and along the Thames Path; golf at Harleyford & Temple; Marlow RFC nearby & Marlow FC; clubs for tennis, hockey, cricket & bowls, all in Pound Lane, along with the Court Garden leisure complex next door with swimming pool & gymnasium, as well as the National Sports Centre at Bisham Abbey which is just over one mile.

Directions

From the centre of Marlow proceed down the High Street from the obelisk at the top towards the river. At the bottom of the High Street, turn left at the mini roundabout into Station Road, take the 4th turning right into Lock Road (just after The Marlow Donkey P.H.) , continue to the end, turn left into Gossmore Lane where the house will be found on the left hand side facing the park.

 

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