This mid terrace Grade II Listed town house is presented for sale with style and elegance. The house dates back in part to the 18th century, reflecting some of the area's history in its architecture and is situated in the heart of the most desirable area of the town. A spacious entrance hall with a slate tiled floor and tongue and groove half height wood panelling leads to the elegant drawing room which features an Inglenook fireplace with a wonderful beamed mantle, multi fuel burner and a bread oven tucked away at the rear. There are a number of built in storage cupboards. The dining room is situated at the front of the property and has a working fire place, a feature alcove and a further built in cupboard. Off the entrance hall are steps leading to an extensive barrel shaped cellar which is well ventilated and provides excellent additional household storage. The kitchen/breakfast room is a delightful room with painted wooden storage cupboards, a ceramic tiled floor and a Rayburn providing heat and hot water. There is room for a dining table providing a wonderful social space for family get togethers. A further area off the kitchen has a free standing cooker and additional wall and base units. There is a separate utility room and a downstairs shower room and separate WC. Upstairs the accommodation is spread over two floors and includes a well-appointed family bathroom and 5 bedrooms. French doors from the landing and one of the bedrooms leads to a charming roof top terrace.
Garden and grounds
There is a garage accessed from the street which has a flying freehold with the adjoining property. It is open at one end to a pretty courtyard garden which is paved with stone interspersed with a few areas of the original cobbles. There is an area of terrace providing a space for outside entertainment as well as a loggia where there are picturesque views of the church and alms houses
Surrounding area and communications
The property is situated in what is considered to be the prime position in an old part of this North Wiltshire market town; a good range of shopping facilities and amenities are just a short walk, together with the old canal and adjoining open countryside. Excellent road communications provide easy access to the major employment centres of Swindon and Bristol, the Georgian city of Bath and via the M4 motorway, London and the West Country. Mainline rail services are available in nearby Chippenham (Paddington about 75 minutes). There is a good choice of both state and private schooling in the area and those with an interest in country and leisure pursuits are well catered for.
From Marlborough High Street, proceed due west on the A4 and continue for approximately 6 miles crossing straight over the Beckhampton roundabout and then for approximately another 6 until you reach the edge of Calne. At the roundabout with the White Horse public house on your right, take the 3rd exit into The Green. Turn left and follow the road around for a short distance and the property is located on the left hand side.