SituationOriginally designed by Sir Robert Taylor in the late 1740's, the main Georgian house sits in the centre of this gated estate. Providing a tranquil setting, there is access to the Thames path and delightful walks across the Chiltern countryside. Within the estate is the magnificent Donald Steele designed 18 hole private members Golf Club with clubhouse and dining facilities. There is also a seasonal riverboat bar/restaurant as well as the award winning marina. The charming historic town of Marlow is a few minutes drive with its excellent selection of shops, schools, bars and restaurants. Links to the city can be found via the A404 to M4 junc 8/9 or M40 at junc 4 or by rail from Marlow or Henley to London Paddington. Heathrow airport is about 20 miles away.
OutsideEach property is located on its own plot with ample parking. The estate provides 24 hour security. The well tended grounds provide an attractive surround and this unit is within the private walled garden with a sylvan backdrop on the opposite side of the estate.
Additional InformationThe Harleyford Estate is not only in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, but also an English Heritage site. The design blends traditional natural materials within the setting and a high quality specification of internal fittings, with integrated kitchen appliances and well appointed bathroom. Making an exceptional Holiday Home, a full appreciation can only be gained by a site visit. This can be arranged directly with the Marlow office. Full detail of outgoings are available from our offices. The property has been maintained to a high standard and is now offered for resale with only 6 years of the licence having expired. With built-in appliances * Integrated Fridge/freezer * Washing Machine * Fitted Carpets & Curtains * Electric Underfloor Heating. The lodge is sold with the remainder benefit of a 75 year licence and 11 month occupancy. The annual pitch fee charge is currently n++4,080.
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