27 St Peter Street is beautifully presented period house in arguably one of Marlow's finest locations, a pretty no through road leading down to the River Thames. The accommodation is deceptively spacious and arranged over three floors. Much of the elegant period detailing has been retained including exposed timber beam, open fireplaces and multi pane windows. The period details have been cleverly augmented with some contemporary design touches which combine to create a lovely light and bright home.
The ground floor has an elegant open plan through drawing room with open fire , this area leads through to the central kitchen and dining room, to the rear is the cloakroom w/c and family room stepping out to the garden. On the first floor are two generous bedroom and w/c. The rear bedroom has french doors stepping out onto a striking roof roof garden. The principal bedroom and bathroom are located on the top floor.
The garden is a particularly fine feature of the property, designed to be low maintenance and relaxing space, ideal for entertaining and alfresco dining with stairs leading up tot he roof garden. To the rear is a superb garden room, currently used an an office.
St Peter Street is a an architecturally striking road with land mark period properties and connecting to both The High Street, The River Thames front and the Thames Path on Mill Road through a lovely pedestrian walk way, the vibrant High Street and Marlow Station (connecting to London Paddington) are moments away. At the end of St Peter Street is a slipway onto The Thames, perfect for launching river craft and SUP's. The Two Brewers is a pub with a great reputation is also on St Peter Street. Marlow is very highly regarded and vibrant town with an eclectic mix of local independent shops and some renowned eateries including The Hand and Flowers and The Ivy amongst many others.
Just outside Marlow is stunning countryside for walking and riding in the Chiltern Hills, Henley on Thames is upstream, Cookham and Cliveden is downstream.
From London take the M4 and exit at Jct 8/9 onto the A404. Continue until right hand exit signposted to Marlow. Crossing The River Thames on Marlow Bridge continue past the church into the high street. At the mini roundabout take the third exit onto Station Road, then the first right into St Peter Street.