An extended and beautifully refurbished 1930's built two-bedroom semi detached house combining great character with a high quality interior with many exceptional features. Set right in the heart of the town facing Riley Park.

  • 2 Bedrooms

  • A very stylish semi-detached

  • two storey 1930s townhouse

  • Within a few hundred yards of the high street

  • Views overlooking Riley Park

  • Beautifully renovated with exposed wooden floors and working fireplaces

  • Open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room with separate reception room with bifolds opening out onto rear terrace garden

  • Access at rear to two off-street

  • parking spaces

  • High quality re-fitted bathroom

  • Two bedrooms with working fireplaces


A 1930's character semi detached house located just a short walk from the High Street and directly opposite Riley Park, beautifully presented throughout with generously proportioned living space throughout. With two large double bedrooms upstairs, the master with bay window and fitted wardrobes, separate refurbished three-piece bathroom on the first floor and scope for a loft conversion on the second floor (subject to p.p.). Downstairs the house has been extended to the rear with a 30ft family/dining room off the fully fitted kitchen kitchen with bifold doors leading onto the paved courtyard garden with seating area at the back decorated with a stunning designer mosaic mural. Behind the rear fence are two parking spaces accessed via Klondyke.


Situated opposite Riley Park and just above Marlow High Street with its extensive range of bustling individual shops, cafes & restaurants including 'The Ivy Marlow Garden' in the High Street & Tom Kerridge's 'The Coach' and 2 Michelin Star rated 'The Hand & Flowers' both in West Street. Marlow Station is under one mile providing service to London Paddington via Maidenhead (with Cross Rail due in 2023), with the Marlow Business Park approximately 1.5 miles and the Marlow bypass A404 within 2 miles with fast access to the M40 at J4 Handy Cross & the M4 at J8/9 Maidenhead for the London, Oxford, Reading or Heathrow commuter.   

Local recreation facilities include golf at Harleyford & Temple; rowing at Marlow Rowing Club; walking, cycling & riding in the Hambleden valley and along the Thames Path; clubs for hockey. cricket, tennis & bowls, all in Pound Lane alongside the Court Garden Leisure complex with swimming pool & gymnasium, as well as The National Sports Centre at Bisham Abbey.


From the centre of Marlow proceed east from the obelisk at the top of the High Street along Spittal Street towards Little Marlow. Turn at the mini roundabout into Dean Street (B482) signposted Lane End & Stokenchurch, left into Cambridge Rpad and first left in Crown Road where the house is on the left hand side. Alternatively, on foot turn left off Spittal Street just before The Butcher’s Tap and Grill onto Dukes Place. Dukes Place becomes Crown Road and number 46 is a short distance up on the right hand side.