Homefields, Marlborough, Wiltshire

  • Recently rebuilt and redecorated
  • Generous open plan Reception/Dining Room and Kitchen
  • Two Double Bedrooms and a family Bathroom
  • Parking and Large rear garden with store
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Homefields lies to the south eastern edge of Marlborough town centre, and on the edge of the Savernake Forest.  Swindon lies 11 miles to the north and Newbury 17 miles and Hungerford 9 miles to the east with Salisbury 22 miles to the south.  There are regular train services from Swindon, Hungerford, Great Bedwyn and Pewsey providing access to London Paddington.  Junction 15 (M4) is 10 miles with junction 14 of the M4 being just to the north of Hungerford.  The A303 to the south gives access to the M3.  There are a range of schools in the area including primary schools in the town, Preshute Primary School, St John’s Academy Marlborough.

 

This end terrace property has been re-built in 2019 with brick and block elevations, partly tile hung under a pitched tiled roof.  The light and airy accommodation has been redecorated and offers well-presented and open plan style living space.  The windows are double-glazed and there is ceramic wood effect tiled flooring on the ground floor and carpeting on the first floor.

Entrance Hall, Sitting Room with Dining area, Kitchen, two Double Bedrooms, Bathroom

 

The house has a front garden and off road parking area with aside gate to the large rear  Garden which is bordered by close boarded timber paneling and laid to lawn with a mature pear tree.  There is an Out-building of block construction ideal for storage.

 

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