End of Terrace House for sale with 4 bedrooms, Chopping Knife Lane, Marlborough

Chopping Knife Lane, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8

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Ref: 4235_ETA220107

  • Constructed in 2013 by Crest Nicholson
  • Reference KO when calling
  • Beautifully presented Townhouse
  • Four bedrooms
  • Master suite with shower room
  • Double garage
  • Open plan kitchen/dining room

Fine & Country, Marlborough and Devizes are delighted to present this wonderful 4 bedroom townhouse to the market. Featuring spacious interiors, pretty edge-of-town location and double garage.

NB: In accordance with Section 21 of the Estate Agency Act 1979, we are obliged to disclose that this property is owned partly by a director of Fine & Country, Marlborough and Devizes.

Reference KO when calling.

Accommodation Summary:

11 Chopping Knife Lane is a wonderful family home on the eastern edge of Marlborough. Constructed approximately 9 years ago by developers Crest Nicholson, it forms part of the St. Johns Park development. With well-presented interiors arranged over three floors, four double bedrooms, a fabulous open-plan kitchen/dining room and a double garage, this delightful home tastefully combines modern convenience with a peaceful edge-of-town setting.

Marlborough is a thriving market town situated within the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town and surrounding countryside whilst stunning, is also steeped in history. The ancient Savernake Forest offers around 4,500 acres of woodland to explore, and Marlborough itself has a bewildering array of independent and boutique shops, cafes, restaurants, and public houses, sitting alongside the convenience of large, national retailers.   Railways stations at Great Bedwyn, Hungerford and Pewsey have direct services to London Paddington in around 1hr.

Ground Floor:
Upon entering the property on the ground floor, you are greeted by a light and spacious entrance hallway which leads through to the formal sitting room, shower room and bedroom four/study. The sitting room features solid oak timber flooring and lovely views towards Mildenhall and the Kennet Valley from the Juliet balcony.

Lower Ground Floor:
The lower ground floor has been extremely well-designed and is predominantly dedicated to the spacious and well-equipped kitchen/dining room with a central island. The kitchen/dining room offers the perfect setting for entertaining with large French doors leading straight out onto the rear garden. In addition, there is also a useful utility room, downstairs WC and a generous under-stair cupboard.

First Floor:
To the first floor is the principal bedroom suite with ensuite shower and built-in wardrobes. Off the spacious landing are 2 further double bedrooms and the family bathroom, equipped with Villeroy and Boch sanitary ware, along with floor-to-ceiling tiling.

The property is approached via a short path to the door, with lawns, borders and mature hedging to the front and side. The rear garden has been recently landscaped with contemporary raised beds, panelled fencing and a large, paved terrace at the bottom of the garden, ideal for al-fresco dining. The property has a double garage, which is accessed via a side gate from the garden.

The national cycle network running along an old railway line and numerous footpaths and by-ways can be found within moments of the front door, with some stunning scenery. It is difficult to think of many things that Marlborough High Street lacks. Along with being the second widest high street in the UK, it is host to a fantastic range of shops, cafes, restaurants, and public houses. It is certainly the many independent and boutique business that help Marlborough retain its character and charm, and these sit side by side with larger national chains such as Waitrose. The picturesque historic high street itself provides many interesting and architecturally important buildings. Mentioned in the Domesday book of 1097 as 'Merleberge', Marlborough was later granted market town status in 1204 by King John. There is still a twice weekly market to this day selling everything from fruit and veg to hardware and garden furniture.

There is a variety of excellent schooling available at all levels in and around the town, with St. John's Marlborough and the world-famous Marlborough College both withing walking distance. The surrounding countryside also is a huge draw to the area, with country walks, bike rides and other outdoor pursuits all readily available.   The Marlborough Downs, Savernake Forest, The West Woods and many other beauty spots are within easy reach.   For transport, the M4 is easily accessible as is the A34. The railway stations at Hungerford, Pewsey and Great Bedwyn offer direct services into London Paddington with the fastest taking under 1hr.

Local Authority:
Wiltshire Council, Council Tax Band F

NB: In accordance with Section 21 of the Estate Agency Act 1979, we are obliged to disclose that this property is owned partly by a director of Fine & Country, Marlborough and Devizes

Reference KO when calling.

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