Guide Price £750,000 Sold
  • Fine Edwardian town house
  • Wonderful proportions throughout
  • Potential to update/modernise to suit
  • 4 bedrooms
  • Large reception hall
  • Sitting room
  • Conservatory
  • Kitchen/breakfast room and separate utility
  • Study/office
  • Gardens and parking

Built in the early 1900's this charming home offers superb proportions not often found in Marlborough, with high ceilings, open fireplaces and picture rails being just some of the character features. The hallway is a reception room in itself and leads in to the double aspect sitting room and to the breakfast room. The current owners added the vaulted office room to the rear and the conservatory off the kitchen/breakfast room. There is also a utility room and a cloak room on the ground floor. Upstairs there are four light bedrooms, the main having a full en suite, while there is a guest bathroom on the half landing. A door from the landing gives access to a further set of stairs up to an attic room with Velux window and providing potential for further bedroom accommodation if required.

To the front of the property there is a mature hedge behind which there is a brick paved drive providing space for two vehicles. To the rear of the house there is a large courtyard garden with access to a large brick built outbuilding. The main garden is to the side of the house and is west facing, this mature garden features a number of lovely trees including mature cherry, oak and silver birch and a young plum tree. The garden is laid to lawn with several borders. There is a lovely wisteria covering the conservatory.

All mains services are connected. 12 solar panels installed in 2011 with quarterly Feed In Tariff. Council tax Band F.

The thriving market town of Marlborough offers a choice of access to major communication routes while being situated within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town offers excellent local shops, an independent cinema, some of the major retailers and two supermarkets and boasts a number of good quality restaurants such as Dans and Rick Steins. The Leisure Centre and Golf Club provide excellent sporting facilities.

The town is surrounded by the most attractive countryside of the Marlborough Downs, Pewsey Vale and Kennet Valley. The M4, Junction 15 is within 8 miles giving access to London and the West Country. There are mainline rail services from Pewsey, Hungerford, Swindon or Great Bedwyn to London Paddington.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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