An impressively extended Edwardian semi-detached family home within walking distance of the High Street
39 London Road is set back from the London Road leading out of Marlborough, yet within walking distance of this highly regarded market town. Marlborough is a thriving and expanding market town with excellent local shopping including some of the major retailers. National retailers include Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets and several quality restaurants including Dans Restaurant, Pizza Express, ASK and Costa Coffee, as well as the Rick Stein signature restaurant. 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.
39 London Road is conveniently located within walking distance of Marlborough’s picturesque High Street, with a gravelled drive, wrought iron railings and plenty of parking. The house was built in 1903 and constructed of painted rendered brick elevations under a tiled roof. The property has been sympathetically renovated by the current owners and is beautifully decorated throughout using a Farrow and Ball colour scheme
The property retains many period features including fireplaces, dado rails, stripped wooden doors and an interesting curved wall in the drawing room. 39 London Road has been well extended at the back to create a large oak beamed garden room with a gas fired wood burner and oak flooring. In addition there is a bespoke fitted kitchen complete with granite surfaces which leads to a large utility room. Upstairs the bedrooms are serviced by a well-appointed bathroom. There is potential to extend into the loft with the relevant
planning permission. There is a large rear garden which has been landscaped to form four different areas. York stone paving leads to areas laid to lawn, all of which is interspersed with well stocked
beds, specimen trees, mature hedging and a variety of perennials. There is a log cabin which can be used for al fresco dining, a pergola with seating area, a rockery and a path leading to a further lawned area with a summer House.
This in turn leads to a paved area with sheds and garden storage.