The End House is one of the most distinctive and iconic houses in Marlow, situated at the southern end of the High Street within a hundred yards of Marlow bridge and the River. This Grade II* Listed Georgian period house in classic red brick with sash windows, has lovely painted wrought iron railings at the front giving it a stunning front elevation. The walled gardens are beautifully landscaped, enjoying a south westerly aspect & great privacy. With five bedrooms over three floors, offering a flexible layout with three formal reception rooms, large re-fitted kitchen/orangerie leading onto gardens. and double garage at the rear.
Situated right in the centre of the Town with all shops and amenities on hand. Marlow has a host of bustling individual shops, cafes, & restaurants (including 'The Hand & Flowers' boasting 2 Michelin Stars and recently opened 'The Ivy') , together with Court Gardens Leisure & Function Centre within a few hundred yards away in Pound Lane. Local recreational facilities including riding in the Hambleden Valley, golf at Harleyford & Temple, rowing at nearby Marlow Rowing Club and the National Sports centre at Bisham Abbey. There are two cricket clubs, tennis, hockey & bowls all in adjoining Pound Lane, with Marlow RFC and Marlow FC both within one mile.
Marlow Station is less than half a mile level walk, giving access to London Paddington via Maidenhead (Cross Rail due in 2019) and the Marlow Business Park within one mile. For the London/Reading/Oxford or Heathrow commuter, the Marlow Bypass A404 is less than two miles providing direct routes to the M4 at J8/9 Maidenhead (6 miles) and the M40 at J4 Handy Cross (3 miles).
For families, the house is in the Danesfield junior school catchment and within walking distance of both Sir William Borlase Grammar School & Great Marlow Secondary school.
From the bridge proceed towards the High Street, cross the mini roundabout where The End House is situated on the left hand corner of the High Street and Pound Lane. It faces the High Street, but its garage is situated at the rear of the gardens approached from Pound Lane.