Hamptons International - Marlborough is a leading residential estate agent and property services organisation, operating in Marlborough as well as the surrounding areas. With more than 140 years of experience in the property market and a commitment to industry innovation and exceptional levels of customer service, Hamptons International today offers a wealth of award-winning services including UK and International Sales, Lettings, Property Management, Corporate Services, Residential Development, Development Land, Valuation and Property Finance.
Marlborough is a popular historic market town nestled in the county of Wiltshire. It sits alongside the River Kennet and oozes character and charm; from the amazingly wide high street that used to double up as a cattle market, right through to the annual Mop Fair, it is a hub of activity. Further, it is well served by a number of well renowned state and private schools, which draws families to the area. Marlborough features a large range of property, including period cottages and houses as well as newly built apartment buildings, so there's something for everyone. What's more, rental properties in Marlborough aren't nearly as expensive as they are in other areas of the South.
Marlborough's famous high street plays host to a farmers market every Saturday and Wednesday and it's also lined with a colourful array of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. No matter what day of the week it is, there's always something to do or somewhere to go.
The countryside surrounding the town is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, so there are excellent facilities for walking, cycling and horse riding. There's also plenty of sport to watch in the local area with Marlborough being home to its own rugby team and football club. Further, the town is well located for access to the M4 and Bedwyn, Pewsey and Swindon railway stations all sit around Marlborough and are within easy driving distance.
There are hundreds of reasons why people choose to live in Marlborough - what will yours be?