A delightful 2 bedroom cottage with private terrace in this sought after retirement development for over 55's.
Marlborough is a thriving market town with excellent local shopping including some of the major retailers. National retailers include Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets and several quality restaurants including Rick Stein, Dan’s
Restuarnt, ASK, Pizza Express and Costa Coffee. In addition there are the shopping areas in Hilliers Yard and Hughenden Yard. The leisure centre and golf club provide excellent sporting facilities too. Although self-sufficient, the town is well placed for other centres including Swindon, Bath,
Hungerford and Newbury and is surrounded by the most attractive countryside of the Marlborough Downs, Pewsey Vale and Kennet Valley. Intercity (Paddington) rail and M4 connections are at both Swindon and Hungerford.
11 St. Luke’s Court is quietly situated in the centre of this sought-after retirement development, dating from 1837 and built of honey-coloured Bath stone. Surrounded by delightful communal gardens, the property commands stunning and far reaching rural views over Marlborough’s common from all
the rooms upstairs. Both the fitted kitchen and sitting room have doors to the private terrace. The sitting room and dining room/study have
high ceilings with coving, and a double aspect. A cloakroom with W.C, hand basin and shower cubical also includes washing machine space.
Upstairs, 2 very good sized bedrooms with spacious fitted storage and wonderful far reaching views open off a landing. A large bathroom with W.C, hand basin, and bath, with shower over, completes the first floor.
A private terrace can be accessed from the kitchen and sitting room and the property is surrounded by charming and well-tended communal gardens.
No. 11 has a single garage and there is plenty of residents/visitor parking. A communal laundry is available for residents’ use. St Luke’s has an on-site manager and its own minibus for outings. A separate guest suite may be booked for visitors.