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Trinity Avenue, Marlow

£585,000

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  • 1Living Spaces
  • 3Bedrooms
  • 1Bathrooms

Gemma thinks:
the proximity to the High Street is great, along with being in catchment for excellent local schools.

Introducing a charming 3-bedroom terraced home on Trinity Avenue, Marlow. This double-fronted property boasts a delightful double aspect reception room and 70ft rear garden.

Gemma loves:
the large summerhouse in the garden. It would make a perfect work from home space!

No.26 Trinity Avenue might just offer the perfect blend of town centre living and peacefulness. You are just minutes from Marlow's bustling High Street yet tucked away in a cul-de-sac.

Ground Floor Accommodation :
The front of the property offers a driveway suitable for two small cars. As you enter the home you are greeted by a double aspect reception room that stretches the length of the property. Across the hallway you will find a convenient utility room/cloakroom and a fully fitted kitchen with space for a table and chairs.

First Floor Accommodation :
Up the central staircase and you'll discover three generously sized double bedrooms, perfect for accommodating family or guests, alongside a tastefully designed bathroom.

Exterior :
The expansive rear garden offers a serene escape, enhanced by the presence of a substantial summer house, ideal for entertaining or relaxation.

This home is ideal for those seeking a comfortable and stylish residence in a desirable location.

  • Three words :  Cosy.Quirky.Home

Marlow

Friendly vibes

Marlow

Marlow is one of the original down-from-Londoners’ honeypots. Something about its pretty historic streets, and the dreaminess of the Thames hung heavy with weeping willows and boat clubs, has for centuries pulled in those sick of the Smoke – like Percy and Mary Shelley, probably after peace, quiet and a better work-life balance than they could get in the capital, with its streets running with ordure and don’t even talk to me about the cost of barouche-landaus. Legions have followed ever since.

The river is a big draw for legendary Olympians and mere mortals alike. — you may see Sir Steve Redgrave wandering along the banks watching the eager weekend rowers, paddle boarders and boaters. There’s a winning food scene led by Tom Kerridge’s Hand and Flowers, the only UK pub with two Michelin stars, and popular year-round events including the Marlow Regatta and Pub in the Park.

Marlow is unquestionably well heeled. Smart residents have an array of places to be seen and to see each other. The High Street is buzzing and the schools are sought after. There are sports clubs to join, parks to play in, bookshops to browse around and numerous places to buy champagne. Yes, this is a bustling town, yet you’re also in the heavenly walking territory of the Chiltern Hills where you can dare to get your Le Chameaus muddy.

If you’re concerned about schooling, Marlow has it covered. Sir William Borlase is a grammar school right in the centre of town and is renowned for its excellent education, along with Great Marlow School. The primary schools (Spinfield, Danesfield etc…) all have fantastic reputations along with the fine selection of public schools in the area.

Idyllic & postcard pretty

  • Closest village/town: Lots of pretty villages in The Chilterns
  • Post Office: 1
  • Stores: The High Street has some classic favourites as well as some smart independents.
  • Supermarket: No one goes to super markets anymore do they! It's all about delivery from Ocado right?
  • Pubs: Too many to mention. The Hand & Flowers is the best known but there is everything from Champagne bars to old school boozers
  • Walks: Endless countryside walks in the hills