Residential Property Photography: Quarry Court, Marlow

Quarry Court, Marlow. Exterior and interior photography was undertaken by Richard including Hi Level / Elevated photography to show the house and it’s fantastic riverside setting.

Quarry Court is believed to have been built around 1896 and subsequently well divided in the early 1950’s, the house has retained many original features which only enhance the quality and enjoyment of this fine property. The entrance porch is arched with an oriole window above, the tessellated floor leads through to the entrance lobby and staircase hall beyond. The generous drawing room is triple aspect giving sensational views of the river which are a great pleasure during any season of the year. The kitchen has been upgraded and extended with French windows leading to a courtyard garden to the front of the house, this improvement created a spacious utility laundry room. The conversion of the loft space has also added another dimension giving a study, bedroom and shower room; being ideal for teenagers, visitors or home help. The house has evolved over the years to create a fabulous family home, with excellent accommodation and first class communications.


The house is situated in a highly desirable location with the riverside town of Marlow approximately one mile away, passing the famous Compleat Angler whilst crossing Marlow Bridge. Marlow offers extensive shopping, educational and recreational facilities, including; Higginson Park beside Marlow Bridge. The M4 (J8/9) is within 7 miles and the M40 (J4) 4 miles away, both provide access to Heathrow and the national motorway network. Sporting facilities include golf with a number of local courses including Temple, Harleyford and Henley. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its education and the area is well-served with a selection of state and independent schools for children of all ages.


Being elevated the views from all aspects of the gardens & grounds are excellent, approach nearly two thirds of an acre in total, to include the wooded hillside behind the house, where wooden steps lead up to a viewing platform. Approached over a tarmacadam drive which in turn, terminates into a gravelled parking sweep to the front of the house. The main area of lawn leads down towards the River Thames and is sub-divided by established mixed hedges, creating pathways and sitting areas. Crossing the private driveway access to the mooring and riverside summer house.