Living Room
185.81 sq m
Guide price £1,650,000(€1,870,562)

St. Peter StreetMarlow, Buckinghamshire, SL7 1NQ

    Key features

    • Outstanding prime Marlow location near to the river
    • Handsome character elevations front and rear
    • Good size rooms and high ceilings
    • Built in 1725 with original character features
    • Town centre location, close to all facilities
    • River Thames slipway at the end of the street

    A fine period home in Marlow's most coveted address with many period features.

    About this property

    • A welcoming and handsome frontage leads into a porch and in turn into a spacious entrance hallway. A front reception room with large bay window overlooks St Peter Street, with a fireplace providing a focal point. To the rear is a full width open plan kitchen and dining space, attractive fitted with a range of units and space for a large dining table. A morning room/snug is off this space with bi-fold doors leading out to the courtyard garden.

      To the first floor is a large master bedroom suite with dressing area and en suite bathroom, additionally a guest bedroom with en suite shower room and a decent first floor hallway providing a useful study area. To the second floor are three further double bedrooms and a large bathroom, making five double bedrooms in total with three bath/shower rooms.

      To the rear is a pretty and enclosed walled courtyard garden and a small frontage for pots.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Such an impressive and handsome character home in the centre of historic Marlow, in the town's premier road and close to the River Thames.

    Richard MabyProperty agent

    Local information

    • The Old Weir House is located towards the River Thames end of St Peter Street in the heart of the town centre, being one of the town's most coveted addresses. The location is full of old-world charm with attractive homes and buildings in a mix of Victorian and Edwardian red brick and some earlier brick-and-flint.
    • The property is right on the Thames Path and great for access to the river, as well as being a short stroll of 0.1 miles to the bottom of the High Street and Marlow's famous Grade-I listed suspension bridge.
    • 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 Station – 0.3 miles, Marlow High Street – 0.1 miles, River Thames – 100 feet.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From the bottom of Marlow High Street (by the bridge) head West along Station Road, taking the first right into St Peter Street. The Old Weir House can be found at the end of the road on the left hand side.
    • EPC Rating = E