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A unique and rare opportunity to purchase a fabulous, spacious and historic building with recent planning consent for change of use into two town houses and set within easy access to the town centre. It is a most attractive and substantial building of 3490 sq ft offering huge versatility along with much charm, character and period features and has gained residential planning consent 16/01208/FUL for conversion into two very spacious and individual dwellings; a larger house to the front with four bedrooms with a stunning roof terrace and a smaller two/three bedroom house to rear as a single storey house with a generous garden. The house would have an excellent barrel roof cellar along with many other features. The property is marked as "a significant unlisted building within the Marlborough Conservation Area" and offers great scope to create a large and impressive house with annexe potential, alternatively for use as a licensed small hotel/B&B or large family home with office. The possibilities are endless! As it currently stands, the property features well proportioned rooms with much style with period fireplaces, wooden flooring and overall a characterful and warm atmosphere.
Kingsbury street is a sought after and historic part of Marlborough town and the house is located just a few moments walk to the common and Marlborough Golf course and from the High Street which provides an extensive range of shopping facilities, a twice weekly market, a sports centre. library and various restaurants and pubs. The town is well served by a good range of schooling, including several excellent Primary schools and Senior schools such as St John's Academy, Marlborough College and Dauntesys. Junction 15 (M4) is approximately 8 miles and local BR railway stations to London Paddington and the West Country can be accessed at Great Bedwyn (7 miles), Pewsey (9 miles) and Swindon (12 miles) The countryside surrounding the town is designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which includes the nearby Savernake Forest.
The property has an attractive frontage of a small terrace behind wrought iron fencing, there is side access to the back of the property. The rear garden is a generous size with outstanding views over the town to the Savernake forest. It is landscaped with box hedge parterre and a lovely iron pergola with flower borders to the side.
Spacious Accommodation of 3983 sqst
Much Character & Style
Consent for Two Town Houses or Keep as One
Easy Access for Town Centre
Currently Licensed and with A3 Usage
No Forward Chain
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