Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
It is important to note that this mortgage calculator is for guidance purposes only. Mortgage lenders have their own affordability criteria therefore it is important you speak to one of our Mortgage Advisers for further information and a more accurate indication of what products may be available to you and what your monthly mortgage payments are likely to be.
This is a new build property
This impressive two double bedroom two bathroom first floor apartment enjoys a private entrance lobby with built in storage for coats and shoes. Beyond lies a large living area with adjacent kitchen and separate utility room. An inner hall grants access to both double bedrooms with the master enjoying the luxury of ensuite facilities whilst bedroom two is serviced by a separate bathroom suite.
New Court has been transformed into nine striking and individually designed apartments. Lots of care and attention has been given to preserving many of the original features along with maximising space and light to each apartment.
Marlow is well connected, with the A4155 running through the town centre and the M40 and M4 both within easy reach. There are regular bus services to nearby towns including High Wycombe, Henley-on-Thames and Reading. Marlow Train Station is less than a mile away from New Court and offers regular connections to the surrounding area including central London. Marlow’s branch line leads directly into Maidenhead Railway station which will form part of the Crossrail expansion, and will then offer direct links into the heart of the Capital, including central locations such as Liverpool Street, Bond Street and Canary Wharf in under 55 minutes.
The town of Marlow is also famous for its river crossing. The 19th century suspension bridge, designed by William Tierney Clark, remains in the town today and joins the counties of Buckinghamshire and Berkshire. There are numerous other historic landmarks to discover, including the house where Mary Shelley penned the horror novel Frankenstein. The town is also famous for its rowing club, which has been the training ground for Olympic oarsmen including Sir Steve Redgrave, and it’s well known for the annual Regatta and Festival. The event takes place every June and hosts a range of festivities including the canoe regatta and dragon boat racing. The eclectic mix of restaurants, shops and cafés coupled with the natural beauty of the Chiltern Hills makes this a truly unique place to live.
Sitting / Dining room
Master bedroom with ensuite shower
Second double bedroom
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
Oops, something went wrong!