A fascinating Grade II listed character house, part of a converted period property over 200 years old and steeped in local history previously used as the village workhouse. Set in large beautiful gardens in an idyllic semi-rural location enjoying great privacy & tranquility facing open fields and surrounded by open countryside yet within one mile of Marlow High Street. With accommodation over three floors, retaining much of the original character & charm, with a host of original features. but sympathetically modernised and extended although with scope for further conversion. if required. Currently set up as two large bedrooms but this could re-arranged if required to suit a young family or a professional single/couple.
Just over one mile from Marlow town centre with its array of bustling individual shops, cafes & restaurants including 'The Ivy Marlow Garden' in the High Street and Tom Kerridge's 'The Coach' & the 2 Michelin Star 'The Hand & Flowers' both in West Street, Marlow Station which provides access to London Paddington via Maidenhead with Cross Rail due in 2021/22 is just over one mile distant, with the Marlow Business Park and Bypass providing direct routes to the M4 and M40 Motorways within two miles.
Local recreational facilities include golf at Harleyford and Temple; riding, cycling and walking in Munday Dean, the Hambleden valley, and along the Thames Path; rowing at Marlow Rowing Club; clubs for hockey, tennis, cricket & bowls all in Pound Lane, alongside the Court Gardens Leisure Complex in Pound Lane with swimming pool & gymnasium and the National Sports Centre, at Bisham Abbey.
From the centre of Marlow proceed east from the obelisk at the top of the High Street towards Bourne End. At the first mini roundabout turn left into Dean Street (B482 signposted Stokenchurch/Lane End). After approximately 200 yards fork left into Berwick Road, continue to the end into Munday Dean Lane where the house can be found on the right hand side after approximately ½ mile.