This most impressive property was built, we understand, in the 1920s with a further extension added in 2015. It has been extensively updated to a high standard by the current owners and is presented for sale in a neutral and contemporary style with a light and airy feel throughout. The recently refurbished fitted kitchen features integrated appliances including a fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher and self-cleaning oven with a ceramic tile floor. A separate dining room leads through to a spacious, dual-aspect sitting room and a further reception room with delightful views of the garden. There are two bedrooms, a large bathroom and further cloakroom. Stairs lead from the dining room to a large and versatile loft room with velux windows, walk-in airing cupboard and fitted wardrobes.
Garden and grounds
The property is approached from the High Street via a pedestrian passage and through a wooden gate. There is a lawned area with beds and borders and a useful brick-built outbuilding at the front of the property. A gravelled path leads around the house to the most impressive and private walled rear garden featuring a large landscaped lawn area, patio, further seating area, various beds and borders, vegetable patch and two storage sheds. A wooden gate give access to Back Lane. There are solar panels at the property which provide a yearly income of c.£650.
Surrounding area and communications
Marlborough is a thriving, expanding market town situated within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with excellent local shops including some of the major retailers and supermarkets including Waitrose and boasting a number of good quality restaurants. 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. It is well served by an excellent range of state and independent schools, including St John's, St Peter's, Marlborough College, St Francis and Pinewood. The M4, Junction 15 is within 10 miles giving access to London and the West Country. There are mainline rail services from Pewsey and Great Bedwyn to London Paddington (approximately 1.25 hours).
The current owners have a permit to park in Kennet Place Car Park for a charge of £394 per annum.
Chandlers Yard is a tucked away pedestrian passage located adjacent to the White Horse Bookshop at 136 High Street, Marlborough.