Marlborough is an historic thriving market town offering a broad selection of shopping and leisure opportunities. 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. Communications are excellent with good road access to the nearby major towns whilst 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. Stonebridge Lane lies on the eastern edge of the town, running from Poulton Hill to London Road via a bridge across the picturesque River Kennet, through the wildlife reserve. The land is situated at the northern end of Stonebridge lane close to the junction with St Martin's.
This oblong shaped site, formerly part of the garden for the adjoining house, is mostly grassed with mature hedged boundary and at the southern end a detached former garage and parking area.
Planning consent was granted on 6/11/2019 reference 19/07621/FUL for the erection of detached dwelling and demolition of garage.
The plans provide for a two storey detached house with timber clad elevations under a pitched slate roof. The accommodation, of about 2150 sq ft (200 sq m), will comprise a contemporary styled open plan living, dining and kitchen area at first floor with bedroom accommodation below.
Plans can be inspected by following this link:-
NB : Stonebridge Lane is classified as a bridleway and does not have rights for vehicular access.