Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
This is a new build property
Culvermead is a striking architect designed
family home built of rendered and timber
elevations under an exquisite barrel roof. It has been finished to a high standard with marble flooring on the ground floor and offers light and well-proportioned accommodation throughout. The double height reception hall with curved hard wood open rise staircase and galleried landing all
give a dramatic entrance and lead to the main double aspect reception room which is versatile in nature. The kitchen is fully fitted with a range of integrated appliances and granite work surfaces and has ample space for a table and leads to the utility room with door to outside. In addition an
open arch extends into the dining room which is bright and inviting. On the first floor a covered balcony runs the length of the front, providing a welcoming area to relax and enjoy the surroundings.
The accommodation on the first comprises main bedroom with en-suite shower room and wardrobe which in turn leads to the plant room. There are two further bedrooms and a stylish bathroom. Stairs from the landing ascend to the second floor where there are two light and airy bedrooms and
an additional bathroom.
This individual inspiring home is situated within easy reach of Marlborough High Street; the historic market town provides an extensive range of shopping facilities, a twice weekly market, a library and various restaurants and pubs including the recently opened Rick Stein Restaurant and enjoys
a good range of clubs and leisure facilities. The town is well served with excellent schools including Marlborough College, St John’s Academy, Dauntsey’s and St. Francis. Marlborough is well located for access to the M4 (Junction 15 about 10 miles) and Swindon is about 12 miles and offers direct rail services to London Paddington and the
South West. There are additional stations in Pewsey and Great Bedwyn (both about 7 miles). The surrounding countryside is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offers good walking and cycling opportunities.
The compact gardens are designed with ease of maintenance with ample parking to the left of the property and a pretty patio, ideal for entertaining to the right. To the rear an area of block paving runs the length of the property with a small border
and area of lawn retained by wooden cladding. To the front of the property there is an area of lawn and block paving which is used under licence (owned by Marlborough Town Council).
Services: Mains water and Drainage. Air Source Heating.
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate