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An elegant Regency style, mews house offering light and versatile accommodation set in a prestigious and peaceful location close to the centre of Marlborough, overlooking established, beautifully maintained gardens, and with distant southerly views towards the hills of Savernake Forest.
From the entrance hall turn left into the light, airy sitting room fitted with painted wooden mantelpiece and electric fireplace. Glazed double doors lead to the adjoining garden room with lovely views to the south over the gardens and further glazed French doors which open onto the lavender lined terrace in front. Glazed double doors lead to the separate dining room which has a window to the rear and door to the well-appointed kitchen which has a range of integrated appliances and fitted cupboards. A part-glazed door leads out from the kitchen to a private paved patio area. Off the hall is a downstairs cloakroom/utility room with white suite, fitted wall and under-stair cupboards, integrated washing machine and tumble drier.
From the hall a wide staircase ascends to a light, galleried landing which extends into a study area fitted with telephone connection and electricity points and with a single window giving views over the gardens to the south. The front bedroom also has views over the gardens and Savernake hills, and has double fitted wardrobes, TV and telephone points. The larger, second bedroom also has a double fitted wardrobe and has views over the rear gardens. The bathroom has a modern, white suite comprising wash basin, toilet and bath. There is a heated towel rail and fitted airing cupboard with hot water tank.
This is a quiet corner of Marlborough. In 2001 the original Georgian Grade II listed Wye House was converted into six spacious apartments. The walled garden behind, was further developed into two Regency-style terraces of thirteen properties, each built to a very high specification, overlooking the historic gardens at the centre. It is a place of great charm. No 8 situated in the upper terrace, benefits from an elevated position. Marlborough town has good communications with easy access to the M4 (J15) and train services from Swindon (about 12 miles away), Pewsey (8 miles) and Great Bedwyn (7 miles).
The gardens are a special feature of Wye House. They are long-established, well maintained and include specimen trees, pollarded limes, a central lawn and borders filled with shrubs and herbaceous perennials. It is a delightful area, attractive to insect and birdlife. There is allocated parking for No 8 and visitor parking are set out on the large gravel drive in front of Wye House.
Service charges: Full details of the Annual Service Charge are available from Cognatum Estates Ltd 01491 821150 which manages Wye House.
Two Bedrooms With Built In Wardrobes
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