- Stylishly presented period cottage
- Kitchen with Belfast sink.
- Generous main bedroom
- South westerly facing garden
- Sitting/dining room with a wood burner
- Two further bedrooms
- Easy access to town centre and local shops
This charming and characterful cottage would for everyday use be accessed by the side door from the garden leading into the kitchen. The modern kitchen has a range of wall and base units with plenty of cupboard space, a Belfast sink and a stone tiled floor. Just off the kitchen is the bathroom with a smart white suite that includes an over bath shower and a window to the rear. The superb open plan sitting /dining room is a great entertaining space and has a wood burning stove. On the first floor there is a generous main bedroom, a good second double room and a third bedroom that also currently doubles as a study. NOTE: Should a bathroom upstairs be required, with the plumbing to the rear of the house, it might be possible to convert the back bedroom in to a spacious bathroom and perhaps create a study, or even a larger kitchen/breakfast room with the existing bathroom space on the ground floor, alternatively they may also be potential to build above the existing bathroom to provide a first floor bathroom—both options subject to planning/building regulations.
The pretty rear garden is enclosed by stone wall and panel fencing that wraps around from the rear to the front and has a flag stoned terrace. There is a small area that is laid to shingle. There is a large shed to the rear of the house.
Marlborough is an historic and thriving market town. The town has an extensive range of quality independent and well known retailers and high street shops, public houses, restaurants and cafes along with plenty of amenities including a cinema and a sports centre, Marlborough College and an excellent state secondary school, St. Johns Academy. Marlborough is sited along the M4 corridor close to J15 (9 miles) and has nearby rail links from either Pewsey, Great Bedwyn, Swindon or Hungerford to London and the west. The town is surrounded by glorious countryside which is designated an AONB and Savernake forest, just to the south of the town provides plenty of space for country walks.
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