Guide Price £695,000 Available
  • Long reception hall
  • Dining room
  • 4 bedrooms + dressing room
  • 5th bedroom/office
  • 2 rented garages in a nearby block
  • Sitting room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room + utility room
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Garden leading to the river Kennet
  • Character features

Believed to have been built in 1910, this characterful Edwardian property benefits from the features expected with its age. From the high ceilinged, patterned tiled hallway, solid doors lead in to the sitting room with a bay window, open fire and exposed wooden floor. Behind the sitting room is the dining room, again with open fireplace and with fitted storage. The kitchen/breakfast room can be found to the rear of the house and offers plenty of space for a large table and a lovely view over the garden. A door from the kitchen gives access to the gardens and a further door leads in to the utility room, with a door to the side of the house and to the cloakroom.

The first floor landing gives access to a stunning south facing main bedroom with bay window and porthole window, picture rails and an open fireplace. There is an impressive guest bedroom to the rear with sash windows and exposed floor boards. The first floor also offers a further single bedroom/office and a walk in wardrobe. The second floor provides a perfect space for older children or guests, with two bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite shower room.

To the front of the property there is a low maintenance gravelled garden with a path leading to the front door. A gate to the side of the house gives access to the back garden. Directly outside the kitchen there is a terrace area with steps leading down to the garden. The lawn is bordered by mature trees and shrubs. There is a picket fence at the end of the garden before the river. The property currently has the benefit of two rented garages approximately 0.1 miles along London Road.

All mains services are connected. Newly fitted gas boiler installed October 2021.

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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