Alexandra Terrace, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8

£325,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
An extended four/five bedroomed Edwardian town house requiring some updating, in this sought after location with off road parking and lovely views..

Covid-19 restrictions

We are now able to arrange viewings and valuations. Due to the pandemic, sensible precautions and conditions are now in place, to protect all parties. Before a viewing is arranged we would ask for any potential buyer to have seen the property externally(if possible), be familiar with the area and to have undertaken as much research as possible. Phone us and ask anything. Let us know your likes and dislikes and we will do our best to guide you. We do not want to place at risk our vendors or ourselves, to any unnecessary contact. Ideally viewers should be in a position to proceed and for this property to be what they are looking for, not simply to get an idea with a future view of possibly moving. If any person is 'at risk', had recent contact with anyone showing cold like symptoms, or in any way feels unwell, please inform us so a decision can be made. All viewings will be accompanied. Please wait away from the front door for us to arrive. Please bring hand sanitiser, if possible disposable gloves and face masks. We will open up and when ready ask you to step inside. We will all keep a 2 meter distance. If you wish to see inside a cupboard etc, ask us to open it. Do not touch anything. If you accidently touch anything please inform us so we can disinfect. Once the viewing has taken place please exit the property immediately. We would ask you to then phone us with questions and feedback. We look forward to seeing you.

The location

Alexandra Terrace is a terrace of 12 houses off the west side of lower Blowhorn Street. Probably named after Queen Alexandra and built around 1905. Fronting onto an unadopted road which provides parking for each of the houses. The road is no through and therefore quieter than many other locations in the town, whilst being only minutes away from The Green and onto the High Street.

The accommodation

We will walk through the front, main garden, along the path and under a covered porchway. Door opens in the the hall with original plaster cornice and archway, staircase rising to the first floor and door right into the dining end of the sitting dining room. Currently used as a snug with wood burning stove and recessed area under the staircase for storage. Open plan into the sitting room with bay window to the front, cast iron open fireplace and usual tv and telephone connections. Back through the snug and up a step into the kitchen breakfast room. Windows to the rear and side, door to the side, a functioning but quite dated kitchen, space for appliances and room for a decent sized table and chairs. Back into the hall and up the stairs.

Upstairs

Onto the landing with staircase rising to the second floor, first left into the third bedroom, a good sized single with window to the rear and airing cupboard housing the gas boiler for the central heating. The bathroom is next with a shower over the bath. Second bedroom can accommodate a double bed, with window to the rear and finally on this floor, the main bedroom, a very generous double bedroom with two windows to the front. Up the stairs onto the second floor landing, again left into the shower room, not in great order and door opening into a large storage cupboard which also accommodates the water tanks. A small study room or small single bedroom is next with window to the rear. Finally into the fourth bedroom, a generous double bedroom with panoramic window allowing almost 180 degree view of the surrounding countryside, range of built in wardrobes and storage cupboards.

Gardens and parking

The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with some inset flower and shrub beds. Outside light and tap.

Stepping out from the kitchen into a paved courtyard with wood store and two brick built storage sheds. Gated access to a path leading back to Blowhorn Street.

The parking area is to the front of the property.

If you have any questions about this property, please call our Marlborough office 01672 512299 or email Marlborough@henrygeorge.co.uk

Services, tenure and local authority

Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. Gas fired central heating. Telephone lines subject to the usual transfer regulations. (No tests to the suitability of services have been carried out and intending purchasers should commission their own tests if required).

The property is Freehold. POSTCODE SN8 1DA

The property is Band C, 2020/2021 £1,718.35 Wiltshire Council. Trowbridge, Wiltshire. BA14 8JN. 0300 456 0100.

If you have any questions about this property, please call our Marlborough office 01672 512299 or email Marlborough@henrygeorge.co.uk

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