West Street, Aldbourne, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8

£285,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
3 West Street is a charming mid-terrace two bedroom 18th century period home ideally located at the centre of the highly sought after Wiltshire village of Aldbourne. This stylish character property has a contemporary feel whilst retaining a number of period features. It is very well presented throughout and has a surprisingly light and open feel.

Downstairs there is a sitting room featuring exposed timber beams and a wood burning stove, a modern kitchen which opens to a large dining area with French doors and a lovely view out into the pretty cottage garden.

Upstairs there are two bedrooms and a recently modernised contemporary family bathroom.

Situation

West Street is situated in a central location in the charming and thriving village of Aldbourne which sits within the North Wessex Downs an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Village amenities include two shops, post office, library, school, tennis club, two public houses, and a parish church. The market towns of Hungerford and Marlborough provide a more extensive range of amenities. The historic cities of Salisbury and Bath are both within easy driving distance as is the commercial centre of Swindon. There are good local schools in the area and the village falls into the sought after St John's Academy in Marlborough. Direct rail services to London Paddington and the South West are from Swindon (around 55 mins) and Hungerford, with access to the M4 motorway, junction 15 (about 7 miles).

Outside

The gardens are perfect for the size for the house and are very well presented offering, a decked area ideal for outside entertaining and small lawn with a gravel path leading to a timber shed. Furthermore there is pedestrian access to the rear.

Additional Information

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