Marlow Mill is an exclusive development of riverside homes which have well maintained communal gardens and grounds, yet having the benefit of private gardens . The front door provides access to an entrance hall with cloakroom and door to the integral garage and utility room/kitchen with wall and base units and plumbing for washing machine and dryer, gas hob and stainless steal sink and drainer, that serves the ground floor sitting room and patio terrace with sun blind allowing for Al fresco dining with views and access of your mooring and the River Thames beyond. The first floor has a large open living room with glazed door leading out to the balcony with glazed balustrade and sun blind, enjoying stunning mill stream and river views. The recently refitted Kitchen/breakfast room has Corian work surfaces and Corian/tiled splash backs, there is a double sink and draining board, waste disposal unit, and range of wall cupboards as well as base units with cupboards and drawers, large fridge/freezer, Amtico flooring and peninsular breakfast bar. Neff appliances include oven and microwave, dishwasher, and four plate ceramic hob with stainless steel cooker hood over, serving hatch to Dining room. Both rooms enjoying an aspect to the front over the calm millstream with Marlow church spire as the backdrop. The second floor has the Master bedroom with built in wardrobes and river view. Bedroom four with built in wardrobes, bedroom five/study and shower room. Stairs lead up the third floor with two further double bedrooms and a bathroom. Gardens and Grounds To the front of the property there is parking for two cars and access to the integral single garage. To the rear of the ground floor sitting room is the terrace with sun blind, with a path and steps leading down to the waterside and 27ft mooring. Location Marlow is often referred to as 'The Jewel of the Thames'. It is famed for its picturesque town centre and stunning riverside location close to the M4 and M40 motorways giving access to London, Heathrow Airport and the M25. Its famous suspension bridge, designed by William Tierney Clark and completed in 1832, is the same attractive design as the chain bridge in Budapest that spans the Danube River. There are many good schools in the area and Marlow has an abundance of high quality shops and there are noteable restaurants in the town centre and surrounding local area. Nearby recreation facilities include golf at Temple, Henley and Harleyford, rowing at Marlow and Henley and various sports at The National Sports Centre at Bisham.