Elcot Cottage is a pretty period house, quietly situated off Elcot Lane on the edge of Marlborough. 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 Steins, Dans, ask, Pizza Express and Costa Co¬ffee. In addition, there are the shopping areas in Hillier's 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.
Elcot Cottage is an attractive and interesting property; it is a deceptively spacious detached three-bedroom dwelling. The property has painted brick elevations under a tiled roof, relived by UPVC double glazed windows. The present owners have refurbished the property creating a pleasant welcoming home. There is an attractive sitting room with a coal effect fireplace.
There is also a well-fitted kitchen, a dining room/ breakfast room, a study, a utility room and a cloakroom.
On the first floor, there is a spacious landing area leading to the family bathroom with 3 bedrooms. The property is tastefully presented throughout, with large windows allowing for plenty of light, and offers comfortable living in a sought-after central location.
In addition, there is planning permission for a two-storey extension at the rear of the house (19/08164/ful.)
The rear garden is private and has a large paved terrace area, perfect for entertaining. There are also flower and shrub borders.
The house is approached off Elcot Lane with off-street parking to the left hand side of the property.