Strong demand at Signal Walk, Marlow

Located just minutes from Marlow Station and the bustling high street, Clearview Homes is receiving great interest in its latest development, Signal Walk, so much so that only two properties are now available.

Signal Walk is located in the heart of the sought after riverside town of Marlow, Buckinghamshire. The development, which features nine, three bedroom homes with accommodation spread over three floors, is offering much more home for your money, with an impressive 1,213 sq. ft. of living space in each home.

Shelley West, Sales and Marketing Director for Clearview Homes comments, “We have been delighted with the success we have seen at Signal Walk since we opened our show home in June. Already we have six of the homes occupied and one reserved so I urge those interested in the development to visit and see for themselves the high-quality homes.

“As well as spacious living space spread over three floors, each home has the added benefit of private parking, which is something highly sought after in Marlow. The development is also moments from the train station offering regular services into London, Reading and the West, with the added bonus of Crossrail coming to nearby Maidenhead in 2018 which will have a positive effect on commuting times from Marlow.”

Each home is finished to an exceptionally high standard and feature designer kitchens, fitted wardrobes and glazed roof to the dining area, allowing natural light to flood into the kitchen and dining area.

The ground floor features an entrance hall, leading to a spacious living room, downstairs cloakroom, utility storage room and kitchen/dining area with SMEG integrated appliances and quartz work surfaces. The first-floor has two double bedrooms, with fitted wardrobes to bedroom two and a family bathroom. The second floor is home to a master bedroom with separate dressing room and en-suite shower room. Each home also has private off road parking.

Marlow is located in the quintessentially English county of Buckinghamshire, just off the A404 between High Wycombe and Maidenhead and is approximately 36 miles from the City of London. The A404M, M4, M40 and M25 gives easy access to the capital and its airports, and as well as the rest of the UK. London Heathrow Airport is around 21 miles away.

Marlow train station, just a short walk away, offers a service to London Paddington taking from 50 minutes[1], while nearby Beaconsfield and High Wycombe stations provide an alternative service to London Marylebone in as little as thirty minutes.

The River Thames flows through this pleasant market town and is spanned by an elegant suspension bridge built in 1832. Marlow has long been a desirable place to live, with former residents including Mary Shelley (author of ‘Frankenstein’) and T.S. Eliot. The gold medal Olympic rower Sir Steve Redgrave was born in Marlow and is celebrated with a statue in the local park.

Marlow also boasts award- winning restaurants, gastro pubs, brasseries and tempting coffee and tea shops. The choice for dining out includes award-winning The Hand and Flowers, the only UK pub to be awarded 2 stars in the Michelin Guide, The Compleat Angler and the newly opened The Ivy Marlow Gardens. Marlow also has its own micro-brewery, The Rebellion Beer Company.

Plot 2 and 3 at Signal Walk are available at £725,000. The show home is open Fridays and Saturdays from 10am – 5pm. For further information please call 07875 321646 or visit

[1] 1st August 2017 6.36am Marlow changing at Bourne End and Maidenhead arrives in London Paddington at 7.26am.7.46am takes 1 hour and 1 minute from Marlow and arriving at Paddington at 8.47am with changes at Bourne End and Maidenhead.