WATERSIDE - Benefiting from considerable restoration and renovation the house is in immaculate condition and in beautiful decorative order, seamlessly blending attractive period features with modern fittings. The house is slightly elevated from the River Thames and lies in the lee of the rising hillside and gardens, leading up to a large 18’0
bespoke studio or home office space. There is a roof terrace area providing an excellent entertaining space with views to the river which can be accessed from the dining room. To the riverside of the house is a charming garden and path to the boat house.
Noticeable for its period features of a curved turret
with weather vane and domed portico, the house has had a full restoration with an emphasis on detail and quality and the use of Farrow & Ball colour. New electrics, plumbing and heating, along with custom fitted windows and doors, lighting and wooden parquet flooring are just some level of the detail entered into. A Roundhouse bespoke kitchen with rough sawn oak horizontal veneer cabinetry and Farrow & Ball Railings painted cabinetry, Miele appliances, and includes a large larder cupboard
and dumb waiter to the dining room above. The dining room, reached by a beautiful oak staircase, is also designed by Roundhouse and offers a rough sawn oak bench, floor to ceiling cabinets and opens directly onto the impressive first floor roof terrace. This has been designed around making the most of the setting and the views and offers an elegant entertaining space. The remainder of the ground floor offers a large family room with a limestone fireplace and wood burning stove,
complete with carved stone heads reclaimed from a Welsh church and a sitting room also with wood burning stove. Both rooms enjoy Zoffany and Little Greene wallpapers. The turret has a special use in providing a unique setting for the cloakroom and an elegant extension to the main bedroom upstairs. The bathrooms are Duravit and Grohe fittings, with the main bathroom enjoying a double ended Phillippe Starck bath.
This property is featured by our Waterside department.
The house is set discreetly behind mature yew
hedging. An integral single garage is supported by
off street parking. The delightful gardens have been professionally landscaped; they are terraced to the rear and stepped descending to the river.
Quarry Lodge is supplemented by a detached studio constructed for ancillary accommodation or use as a home office. This enjoys outstanding river views from its elevated and private position.
A large steel framed boat house, with reclaimed clay tiles, sits centrally on the 120’ mooring, and includes a large storage room above.
The property is located on the outskirts of the
picturesque market town of Marlow, moments from the river. There are excellent facilities nearby including first and middle schools, cafés, restaurants, local shops and high street amenities easily on hand. The house sits at the conclusion of the road and shares its drive with three other neighbours.
Generous Reception Hall
Sitting Room/Bedroom Four
Bespoke Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Main Bedroom with Ensuite Bathroom
Two Further Bedrooms
Boat House/120ft River Frontage/Mooring