Thursday, 17 August 2017

Fancy another? Former pub is one of four new homes

IF you often take the A4155 to Marlow, you’ll have noticed the ongoing Hamden Homes development

IF you often take the A4155 to Marlow, you’ll have noticed the ongoing Hamden Homes development at the old Hare and Hounds pub, just on the edge of town.

Four new homes have been created here — although as we went to press only three remain on the market — and one is a clever conversion of the original pub.

This last has managed to combine the convenience of a contemporary, versatile layout with the charm of a period property, with four bedrooms (two en suite) and a family bathroom, along with excellent living accommodation comprising open-plan kitchen/dining/family room, sitting room, a study and a handy utility room. The guide price for this is £1,695,000.

If you’re looking for something under a million pounds, there’s also neighbours Campden House and Wilton House to choose from. These are a pair of semi-detached three-bedroom properties, each with their own very distinct character.

Campden House benefits from an open-plan kitchen/dining room with folding doors on to a sitting room, providing great flexibility and a separate study. The guide price is £895,000.



Wilton House has a kitchen/dining room opening directly on to the garden, with both a separate sitting room and study. The guide price is £875,000.

Nick Warner, a director at Savills in Henley, which is marketing the houses, said: “Family property in key town centre locations remains the highest in demand amongst buyers in the current market and is one of the reasons this development has enjoyed so much success already.

“The overall quality of build and high specification of finish within this development will appeal greatly to buyers who are looking for property which offers luxury as well as value for money.

“Marlow, with its extensive range of restaurants, cafés and shops, park and playground, riverside location as well as excellent schools and good transport links, will always appeal greatly to families and in particular those moving out of London.”

If you’re interested in finding out more, you can make an appointment by calling Savills on (01491) 843001.



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