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£725pcm | £167pw

3 Bedroom Terraced House

Prospect Square, Westbury

Key Features

  • three bedrooms
  • lounge/diner with feature fireplace
  • sought after location
  • newly refitted kitchen
  • bathroom
  • driveway providing parking and communal cark park
  • gas heating
  • courtyard garden
  • service type: managed
  • furnishing: unfurnished
  • contract length: long term
  • council tax: b
  • available now
  • security deposit: £825
  • no smokers

Property Description

Martin & Co are delighted to offer for rent this Grade ll listed three bedroom three storey brick built period property, which enjoys extremely pleasant views across the communal gardens which are mainly laid to lawn with seating and mature trees.

The accommodation comprises and benefits from gas central heating entrance hall with parquet wood flooring, a large open plan lounge/diner (24'4 x 8'1) with a feature brick built fire place with doors leading to the courtyard garden. The kitchen comprises a selection of modern units, built in electric oven and hob with stainless steel extractor hood over, plumbing for washing machine, space for dishwasher and freestanding fridge/freezer

On the first floor, the second bedroom (12'2 11'8) is a good sized double, overlooking the green to the front and has built in wardrobes. Bedroom three (8'2 X 5'7) is located to the rear and is a single, both served by the modern refitted bathroom. On the second floor you will find the master bedroom (23'8 x 12'0)

At the rear of the property is a courtyard garden and at the front there is a large communal lawned garden. Driveway located to the front, the Square also benefits from a car parking area for residents and guests.


The property is located in Prospect Square, built in 1869 by Abraham Laverton to house his Mill workers. The square is a highly desirable and sought after location within easy access of the town and its amenities, consisting of 32 homes and 7 alms-houses.

Westbury a small market town is situated at the western edge of Wiltshire beside the chalk down lands that form Salisbury Plain. The most famous landmark of the area is the vastly impressive Westbury White Horse which is both the oldest and largest White Horse in Wiltshire, makes it a delight for both the walker and cyclist and the area also provides the perfect location for air sports. The town offers a range of shopping and leisure facilities including, library, sports and leisure centre, schools, churches, doctors, dentist surgeries, three supermarkets, post office and the oldest swimming pool in the country. We also have a varied selection of coffee shops, restaurants, public houses and a popular wine bar.

Westbury is exceptionally well positioned for all major road and railway connections with the mainline railway station offering links to London (1 hour 26 minutes), Wales and the whole of the South West of England.
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