This 18th century charming Grade II Listed cottage is constructed of brick under a tiled roof and is situated within walking distance of this attractive market town's centre. The sitting room retains many period features including an exposed brick fireplace, beams and stripped wooden flooring. The dining area has an attractive terracotta tiled floor and a built in seating area. The kitchen which is fitted with a range of floor and base units also has exposed beams and a door leading to the rear garden. Upstairs on the first floor is a family bathroom, a bedroom and a second staircase which leads to a small landing and a further bedroom which enjoys views to the rear from the velux window.
Garden and grounds
The rear garden is paved with flagstones for ease of maintenance but includes a seating area for outside entertaining and a storage shed. There is a right of way across the neighbours property for pedestrian access only.
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 well placed for Swindon and Newbury and 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.
From Marlborough High Street proceed north on the Swindon road the A346 and the property is located on the right hand side after approximately 200m.