The Green, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
One of the most visually important character properties in Marlborough believed to date back to at least 1650, occupying a delightful position with views over the Saxon Green.

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.


It is believed that the Saxon settlement which became Marlborough started around The Green, with a sheep fair held there until 1893. It is now a lovely place to sit and watch the world go by enjoying a view which has changed little in hundreds of years. Located 2 minutes from the hustle and bustle of the thriving High Street it has long been one of the most sought after addresses in Marlborough.

On April the 28th 1653 a fire tore through many of the properties in the High Street, Silverless Street and The Green. Evidence of a much older property can be seen in the cellar of number 32 and undoubtedly many of the timbers through the property date back to the Elizabethan age. There is a theory that what is now the hall was once the access to the rear garden, with doors off right and left into separate properties. Whatever is the truth, what stands here today is one of the most attractive period houses in Marlborough with a silvered Oak frame inset with lime white panels under a clay tiled roof; a picture postcard cottage with roses if not around the door, next to it!

The property

From The Green we walk up a brick paved path to the front door, into the hall with staircase rising to the first floor, doors off to the reception rooms. We will turn left into the dining room and snug. A fine long room with windows to the front and fireplace forming a cosy snug, to the right is a good sized dining room with window and door into the kitchen/breakfast room. Back into the hall and straight over into the drawing room, again window to the front and an original inglenook fireplace with fitted wood burning stove. Back to the hall and straight on into the breakfast room with window and door into the garden, utility area to the left, door into the downstairs cloakroom with plumbing for a washing machine and right into the main kitchen area with windows to the rear, wooden worksurfaces with inset gas hob, oven and grill below and an integrated dishwasher. Tall space for a fridge freezer. A door opens to a staircase descending down into the first cellar room with a good ceiling height and what was the coal chute. Doorway right into a workshop area with large workbench, air circulation system and door into the log store area with locked door out to the front footpath. The cellar will always be somewhat damp but is fine for storage of non perishable items. OK carefully back up the stairs into the kitchen, left and left again up the turning staircase onto the first floor landing.


Window to the rear, first door on the right opens into a separate cloakroom with toilet, next door on the left opens into an inner landing with staircase rising to the fourth bedroom, straight on into the main bedroom. A good sized double room with built in airing cupboard and wardrobes, window to the front and lovely exposed beams. Left up the staircase into the fourth bedroom which has windows to the front and rear, space for a double bed if required but really an interesting shaped single bedroom. Back down the staircase, left and left again into the second bedroom. A lovely double bedroom with window to the front, built in wardrobe and a second door into the family bathroom. Back onto the landing and left into the family bathroom which has a white suite, bath with remote controlled shower, toilet and wash basin. Heated towel rail and built in storage cupboard. Finally, door opens from the landing to a turning staircase rising vertically to the third bedroom, a large double bedroom with windows to the front and side, built in storage cupboards and lovely original features.

Outside & Parking

To the front of the property is a small rose and lavender garden with outside light.

Stepping out from the back door onto a small courtyard area with raised herb bed, step up to a path leading to a lovely flagged terrace with well stocked flower beds. A west facing sunny garden with views of St Mary's Church and the rear of the properties on Silverless Street.

There is no allocated parking however unrestricted parking exists all around the Green and once you are aware of where you can park, it is rarely a problem.

If you have any questions about this property, please call our Marlborough office 01672 512299 or email

Services, tenure and local authority

Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. Electric independent radiator system installed 2010. 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. SN8 1AW

The property is Band F, 2020/2021 £2792.32 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

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