This delightful second floor apartment situated in the heart of Marlow Town Centre has been recently remodelled creating well planned two bedroom accommodation and will be finished to a particularly high standard.
New Court is not a listed building but recognised as ‘significant’ within the Marlow Conservation Area and has today been intricately converted into nine striking apartments, totalling seven two bedroom and two one bedroom homes. Set close to the banks of the River Thames and benefiting from excellent transport connections, New Court offers residents a fantastic blend of town centre living with outstanding countrywide on the doorstep.
The town of Marlow is also famous for its river crossing. The 19th century suspension bridge, designed by William Tierney Clark, remains in the town today and joins the counties of Buckinghamshire and Berkshire. There are numerous other historic landmarks to discover, including the house where Mary Shelley penned the horror novel Frankenstein. The town is also famous for its rowing club, which has been the training ground for Olympic oarsmen including Sir Steve Redgrave, and it’s well known for the annual Regatta and Festival. The event takes place every June and hosts a range of festivities including the canoe regatta and dragon boat racing. The eclectic mix of restaurants, shops and cafés coupled with the natural beauty of the Chiltern Hills makes this a truly unique place to live.
FOR CLARIFICATION we would like to point out that this apartment is not yet complete and that the furnishings shown are not real and have been added to these particulars for illustrative purposes only. If the purchaser requires clarification of any points or considers anything to be critical they should check such specific details with us.
Living room and fully fitted kitchen