Marlborough lies 11 miles to the south of Swindon, 9 miles west of Hungerford and 6 miles north of Pewsey. Bath, Newbury and Salisbury are all within easy reach and offer enhanced facilities. There are excellent communications with the M4 at junction 15 and 14 respectively 10 miles and 14 miles away and rail stations at Swindon, Hungerford, Pewsey and Great Bedwyn giving regular and fast services to London Paddington and the south-west. Schools include St Francis and Pinewood prep schools, St John’s Marlborough, Marlborough College, Dauntsey’s and St Margarets and St Mary’s Calne. The Green is one of Marlborough's most attractive areas being characterised by a range of differing styles of houses ranging from medieval to Georgian set around a square with pollarded limes lining the paths. No 13 lies on the southern edge of the Green and has lovely views over the roof tops to the Savernake forest beyond.
This attractive Grade II listed Georgian town house is double fronted and of rendered elevations under a tiled roof with sash windows. The light and bright accommodation is arranged over three storeys and has in addition a boarded out attic. The property has been maintained to a high standard and offers well-proportioned space, retaining many period features such as shutters, open fireplaces, high ceilings, wainscot panelling and the original bell pull on the front door.
Entrance Hall, Cloakroom, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Dining Room basement Office/Den.
Double Bedroom, Double Bedroom and a third Bedroom, Family Bathroom
The house is approached over a cobbled path and front step with wrought iron railings to the front. The garden lies to the rear and is south facing with a terrace and lawn with well-stocked beds. There are lovely views to Savernake Forest in the distance.