Why you'll like it... Marlborough House is an impressive Grade II* Listed Queen Anne town house brick built c.1703 with stone quoins and window surrounds under a tiled roof. The property has been extensively modernised whilst retaining a wealth of period features including an original shell canopy over the front door, cellar, beautiful original oak staircase with wall panelling, sash windows with shutters, open fireplaces, Queen Anne fireside alcoves and elm flooring. The property is entered via the impressive entrance hall where there are doors to the dining room, family lounge, cellar, kitchen/diner, an original wooden staircase leading to the first floor and is finished with the original period tiled flooring.
The family lounge is located to the front of the property and comprises space for lounge furnishings, feature fireplace and an open fire with canopy hood. The dining room is also located to the front of the property and is currently used as a study. The room comprises original wooden flooring, feature fireplace and a door to the storage cupboard.
The stylish contemporary kitchen/family room is located to the rear and comprises a range of base, drawer and wall mounted cabinets, integrated oven, rangemaster oven with gas hob and stainless steel and glass extractor hood over, stainless steel work tops, double sink with mixer tap, ample space for dining table and chairs, floor to ceiling radiator, working gas fire and is finished with laminate flooring and ceiling spotlighting. Off the kitchen is a utility room with ample space for appliances and downstairs cloakroom.
On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms and a modern shower room. Bedroom one benefits from a feature fireplace and fitted wardrobes. Bedroom two also has fitted wardrobes. The shower room comprises a corner shower, inset WC, double sinks inset into a vanity unit, fully tiled walls and is finished with ceiling spotlighting. On the second floor, there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom that comprises panel bath with hand held shower attachment, close coupled WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
The impressive rear garden measures approximately 180' x 45' narrowing to 20'. The garden comprises newly fitted decking, ideal for seating and entertaining and a large central lawn that stretches over 180 ft. There is the added benefit of a 19ft outbuilding with power and light, which is currently used for storage but has the potential to be a workshop or converted into a single garage. There is also planning permission for parking at the bottom of the rear garden with access from Field Close.
There is a double gated driveway providing parking. The house is conveniently situated in the centre of Westbury, overlooking the Market Place and the Old Town Hall.
This is a character filled property that has been modernised but still retains its period features and is being sold with the added benefit of no onward chain, an internal viewing is highly recommended.
Westbury a small market town, situated on the western edge of Wiltshire beside the chalk downlands that form Salisbury Plain.
The most famous landmark of the area is the vastly impressive Westbury White Horse which is both the oldest and largest White Horse in Wiltshire.
The town offers a range of shopping and leisure facilities including, library, sports and leisure centre, schools, churches, doctors, dentist surgeries, three supermarkets, post office and the oldest swimming pool in the country. We also have a varied selection of coffee shops, restaurants, public houses and a popular wine bar.
Westbury is exceptionally well positioned for all major road and railway connections with the mainline railway station offering links to London (1 hour 26 minutes), Wales and the whole of the South West of England
for your information: Martin & Co Westbury haven't tested any of the appliances listed in these details, or asked for warranty or service certificates, unless stated – they're on an 'as seen' basis.
You should only use floor plans and measurements as a general guide to room layout and design, as they're not exact. Potential buyers are advised to recheck the measurements before completion.
Money Laundering Regulations: Purchasers will be asked to produce identification and proof of residency documentation, once an offer has been agreed, we need to hold this on file before solicitors can be instructed.
**Agents Note** Planning Permission Granted For Vehicle Access To Rear Of Property Through Frogmore Road.
Planning Permission Lapsed.
To view this property please call, John Hames, Luke Hames, David Hames, Sally Suter, Cheyne Bryant, Katherine Bly, Kate Sims or Kim Butt on
Sold prices provided by Land Registry
10th Jul 2018
Price reduced by £15,000
1st Nov 2017
8th Dec 2006