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Situated in the heart of the town with stunning views down the High Street stands this two storey apartment. The property forms part of this attractive grade II listed building which enjoys tall ceilings, exposed timbers and large window openings making it light, airy and appealing.
This beautiful period property has an exclusive access which opens into a hallway with a fire escape and leads up to the hallway. The kitchen/dining room is fitted with sleek white cupboards and charcoal granite worktops, there is ample space to dine whilst taking in views of the church. The main sitting room has stripped wooden floors, a wood effect gas fired stove and a wonderful bay window which looks west down the High Street.
On the first floor there are two bedrooms with built in wardrobes, an en-suite shower room to the master bedroom and a contemporary family bathroom.
All these features combined with the perfect town location make this a most appealing abode.
The property is set in a delightful tucked away setting just off The High Street; the historic market town provides an extensive range of shopping facilities, a twice weekly market, a library and various restaurants and pubs and enjoys a good range of clubs and leisure facilities. The town is well served with excellent schools including Marlborough College, St John’s Academy, Dauntsey’s and St. Francis. Marlborough is well located for access to the M4 (junction 15 about 10 miles) and the commercial centre of Swindon is about 12 miles, from which there is a regular rail service to London Paddington and the South West. There are additional stations in Pewsey and Great Bedwyn, (both about 7 miles). The countryside surrounding Marlborough is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offers good walking, cycling and leisure opportunities including the nearby famous 'West Woods' at Lockeridge known for their bluebells, Savernake Forest and Avon and Kennet Canal.
Whilst there is no immediate garden, the property backs onto council maintained open space which is well tended.
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage. 99 year lease from 20 December 1990. Ground Rent £200p/a (Review 2030).
2 Bedrooms (1 En-suite)
Modern Family Bathroom
Town Centre Location
High Street Views
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