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This property's price has dropped from £1,150,000 to Guide Price £1,092,500.
A rarely available period property, forming part of a manor house dating back to the Elizabethan era and rich in history, constructed of brick and flint. With accommodation over three floors with a spacious and impressive drawing room with mullioned feature window and focal point fireplace. This part of the manor is Victorian and was built around 1890. The property requires modernisation and improvement throughout.
Steeped in history, Marlow still retains much of its original character, with many remaining Georgian buildings, Churches and Monuments, such as Marlow Place and All Saints Church, to commemorate days gone by. The area is perfect for quiet strolls along the Thames riverside, to Marlow Lock and Weir, or across the Chilterns countryside. Marlow is well served for schooling with a number of primary schools and grammar and secondary schooling. Marlow remains well located for access to Central London, Heathrow international Airport and the major motorways. Junction 4 of the M40 is approximately 5 miles and there is easy access to junction 8/9 of the M4.
There is a shared circular shingle driveway that leads to the property and a courtyard area at the side of the house that leads to the entrance door. The main original enclosed private garden, two double garages, workshop and additional parking spaces (3-4 cars) are situated separately a short walk to the rear of the driveway. There is parking space for 3 cars outside the front of the house.
The entrance hall leads to the galley style kitchen, drawing/dining room, utility, cloakroom and stairs to the first floor. The kitchen also provides access to the grand drawing/dining room with high ceilings, lead light stone mullion windows to the front aspect and central brick feature fireplace. The staircase takes you up to the first floor where there are two bedrooms and a family bathroom. The larger bedroom leads out to a large balcony that looks out over the front garden and driveway. A further two bedrooms can be found on the second floor, one of which has an ensuite bathroom. There is a good amount of built in wardrobes and storage throughout the house. Please note that the internal photographs were taken in 2006 and do not reflect the property as is now.
Spacious Drawing/Dining Room
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