Savills | Beechtree Avenue, Marlow, Buckinghamshire, SL7 3NH | Property for sale
183.67 sq m
Guide price £875,000(€963,628)

Beechtree AvenueMarlow, Buckinghamshire, SL7 3NH


    Key features

    • Superbly spacious with a great, flexible layout
    • Larger than usual double plot giving an extensive garden
    • Well-presented throughout in a neutral décor
    • Pretty outlook to the rear over the garden and views beyond
    • Driveway for parking and an integral garage
    • Room for further expansion (subject to obtaining consent)

    A lovely detached family home with a superb layout that gives flexibility to the spaces, along with a large third-of-an-acre ‘double plot' providing a good garden.

    About this property

    • The home provides accommodation over three storeys and a layout that provides flexibility overall. For example, the lower ground floor currently serves as a study and library, but the convenient side access means that it could work beautifully as a self-contained annexe.

      On entering the home there is a lobby with access to the integral garage and guest cloakroom. The ground floor is split-level with a television/family room to the front and a large open plan reception space to the rear. This space is perfect for everyday living giving room for a dining table and a living room in the lovely glass conservatory. This room opens out to the garden through French doors. The kitchen is also to the rear of the home overlooking the garden and provides scope for opening-up with the rest of the accommodation.

      To the lower ground floor, which also opens out to the garden via the side doorway, is a spacious family room with fitted library shelving. There is a decent size fitted office and a shower room too. If needed this lower ground floor could be perfect for setting up as a self-contained annexe, with easy potential for a living room, kitchen, bedroom and shower room and a private entrance to the wide side passageway.

      The first floor is also split level with two double bedrooms and a shower room to the front of the home with another two double bedrooms and a further bathroom to the rear.

      Overall, the property is presented beautifully and has a layout that works brilliantly, with flexibility such that the rooms within the home could be used for different purposes depending on the need of the family at the time.

      To the rear of the property is a particularly large garden. When new, this house was purchased along with its neighbouring plot in Olivers Paddock, creating a double plot that now gives a lovely garden. The outlook from the house is surprisingly rural with a view through the wooded rear plot. The garden is well planned to give a mix of entertainment spaces, a patio and lawn with attractive borders. Beyond this there is a lovely wooded area with a path that meanders through the trees. Subject to obtaining planning consent some of this area might be able to provide space for a new double garage, office outbuilding or similar.

      In total the plot measures about a third of an acre.

      NOTICE: Whilst the plot to the rear of the house does perhaps provide space for a new building (garage, office, or similar) we are unable to make any warranty or guarantee about suitably for planning consent and all buyers must make their own enquiries in this regard.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Such a great home with a flexible layout - and a superb garden too!

    Richard MabyProperty agent

    Local information

    • Beechtree Avenue is a lovely residential road of similar family homes, in the popular Marlow Bottom. The area is well served for commuters with the M40 (junction 4) being just 2.5 miles, and the centre of Marlow town being just 1.7 miles.
    • Marlow town offers a superb range of retailers, with an eclectic mix of local independent and national retailers. There are numerous bars, cafes and restaurants dotted around the town offering destinations for any occasion. The town itself is situated on the banks of the River Thames and the Thames Path follows the river through the town.
    • Just outside the town, the area opens out to glorious rolling countryside and a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Outdoor pursuits are numerous, as are golf, football, cricket and rugby clubs.
    • For commuters, the town has a train station to Paddington (via Maidenhead) and the M40 motorway is accessed from the A404(M) which passes the town.
    • Marlow High Street – 1.7 miles (driving) and 1.3 miles (walking via footpaths), M40 (Junction 4) – 2.5 miles.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From Marlow Brewery (at the southern entrance to Marlow Bottom) continue along Marlow Bottom for about a third of a mile, then turn right into New Road. Up the hill, turn left into Beechwood Avenue. This house can be found on the corner of Beechwood Avenue and Olivers Paddock.
    • EPC Rating = D