This attractive four bedroom house was built in the 1980s and is constructed of brick under a tiled roof with double glazing throughout. A spacious entrance hall leads into the sitting room which is dual aspect and has a gas fire set in a stone hearth. The family/playroom is also dual aspect and leads through to the utility room which has plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble drier and a pantry cupboard. There is also a ground floor cloak room. The kitchen/dining room is a super open plan space with French windows leading to the garden terrace. There is a central island with power, granite worktops throughout, a waste disposal unit, water softener and integral dishwasher. The 6 burner gas range oven and double sized, free standing fridge freezer are available by separate negotiation. There is underfloor heating across the kitchen/dining room. Upstairs is the family bathroom and the master bedroom which is en suite. There are 3 further bedrooms, one of which the current owner uses as a study and all bedrooms benefit from fitted wardrobes and those to the front of the property enjoy the lovely far reaching views.
Garden and grounds
The property is approached across a brick pavioured driveway which provides parking for two cars. There is access along the side of the house to the south facing rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn but has a raised bed for seasonal flowers. There is an area of garden terrace for outside entertainment and two sheds for garden storage.
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 such as 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, St Mary's Calne, 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 Swindon, Pewsey and Great Bedwyn to London Paddington (approximately 1 hour 15 minutes). Also close by are the beautiful Bluebell woods at Westwoods, Savernake Forest, Silbury Hill and the World Heritage site of Avebury. There are many opportunities for walking and cycling particularly along the river Kennet and in the Pewsey Vale.
From Marlborough High Street proceed north on the A346 and at the top of the hill turn right and take the fist left following signs to Newby Acre. Continue to the end of the road and into The Thorns where the property can be found on the right hand side.
Please note that full planning permission has been granted for a loft conversion and the details can be viewed on Wiltshire Council planning web site planning number 15/05205/FUL