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This property's price has dropped from £1,100,000 to Guide Price £945,000.
A substantial and elegant Edwardian town house offering well presented and versatile accommodation of six bedrooms with the benefit of a studio, small garden and ample parking, set within easy reach of Marlborough’s historic town centre. Most of the rooms emanate from an impressive and welcoming reception hall with polished wooden flooring and fire. The sitting room is a lovely light double aspect room with a large bay window and gas fire set in a period surround. There is a study/bedroom with an ensuite shower room off. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of cupboards with gas hob and electric fan and steam oven. This is a fabulous room, the hub of the house, opening into a family room with gas fired stove and dining area off. There is a separate and vast utility/boot room fitted with sink and space for appliances with a cloakroom off. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms on the first floor and a family bathroom. The master bedroom is a stunning and spacious room enjoying a fine outlook over the green, with an ensuite shower room. There is fifth bedroom and cloakroom on the second floor along with a large playroom with access to an attic room. In all this is an excellent large and spacious family house.
The old market town of Marlborough provides an extensive range of shopping facilities, a twice-weekly market, a public library and various restaurants and pubs and shops. The town is well served by a good range of schooling and benefits from a sports centre with an indoor swimming pool. Access to the M4 motorway junction 15 is approximately 10 miles, and the expanding commercial centre of Swindon is about 12 miles from which there is a regular Intercity rails service to London Paddington. There are also mainline railway services to London Paddington from the nearby villages of Pewsey and Bedwyn. The countryside surrounding the town is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and includes nearby Savernake Forest.
The main entrance is approached through an impressive garden door flanked by two stone eagles. The garden, laid to lawn with mature herbaceous beds and bordered by mature hedging. There is a pavoured sun terrace immediately adjoining the house and ample parking on a tarmac drive. There is a detached studio/summerhouse with light and power. The property benefits from overlooking the historic and attractive Marlborough Green.
Large Reception Hall
Kitchen with Dining & Family Areas
Spacious Utility/Boot Room
Five Double Bedrooms
Ensuite Shower Room
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