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A little Gem in an ideal location to embrace Town living! This well presented three bedroom detached family house is set off a pretty cobbled lane off Marlborough’s bustling and historic high street and has the benefit of an attractive private garden, off street parking and a garage. The house was built in the 1990's for the current owners who have enjoyed its most convenient setting and also the ambiance an community within this desirable and pretty lane.
The accommodation is versatile; of particular note is the lovely sitting room which opens into a dining area, there are French doors to the garden and double doors open into a study which could double as a guest 4th bedroom. The kitchen is fitted with a bespoke range of country style solid wooden cupboards, there is a useful utility room and a shower room completes the ground floor.
Upstairs an attractive galleried landing leads to three double bedrooms and a bathroom.
The attached garage could be incorporated into further living accommodation, subject to consents.
The bustling and historic market town of Marlborough provides an extensive range of shopping facilities, a twice-weekly market, a public library and various restaurants, shops and pubs. The town is well served by a good range of schools including the sought after St. Johns Academy and St. Marys primary school. There is an excellent sports centre with an indoor swimming pool. Access to the M4 motorway junction 15 is approximately 10 miles away, and the expanding commercial centre of Swindon is about 12 miles from which there is a regular Intercity rail service to London Paddington, further nearby railway stations are Pewsey (9 miles), Great Bedwyn and Hungerford. The countryside surrounding the town is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and includes the nearby Savernake Forest and the National Cycle Path.
The house is set off a very pretty cobbled lane accessed off the High street, there is parking in front of the attached garage and a side gate leads into the garden. The attached garage has a side window and has potential to be incorporated into the accommodation, subject to the necessary consents. There is a delightful walled garden with a sun terrace adjoining the house and a further raised terrace with many mature shrubs and flower borders.
All mains services connected.
Sitting Room with Dining Area
Three Double Bedrooms
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
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