When the local supermarket is a Waitrose, that give you a clue that this might be a fancy neighbourhood.

And that is the case in Marlborough, where this "truly unique" house for sale sits just off the High Street on Neates Yard, a pedestrianised street.

While cars cannot go by the front door, it is “moments” from the “excellent” shopping facilities of the town centre.

Brewers House keeps this “balance” on the inside too: “It offers the perfect balance between period features and contemporary living”, writes Carter Jonas, the agent selling the house for £1,100,000.

This means lots of exposed beams: “A sitting room with fireplace with exposed beams to the ceiling, study, again with exposed wooden beams to the ceiling and utility room complete the downstairs accommodation.”

Upstairs there is more exposure: “The main bedroom has delightful exposed wooden beams to the vaulted ceiling and exposed brickwork.”

For even more exposure, the top floor main bedroom has its own ensuite shower room, “finished to the highest of standards”.

On the floor below, the other bedrooms have a “modern and luxurious” bathroom, with wood panelling and marble surround sink and a bath with subway tiling.

The best part of the house could be the basement, where a domed cellar is used as a cinema room. 

While the kids relax in there, a bar complete with stools (but probably not the drinks) is tucked away next door.

It says: “The fully converted and tanked cellar offers a stunning and truly unique bar and cinema room. 

“This is the perfect place for family evenings-in or for entertaining guests.”

Outside is more entertainment space, for when it is not raining.

A decked seating area provides a “lovely” spot for al-fresco dining and there is a further raised patio area for enjoying the afternoon sunshine. 

Carter Jonas suggests doing this “with a glass of wine”. 

The garden itself is fully enclosed by a stone wall and mostly lawn with some trees and flower borders.

And when you have had enough of entertaining, there is also a self-sufficient separate studio with a kitchenette, shower and office, in separate rooms.

The last time the house was sold was June 2017, for £520,000. That means it has more than doubled in price in nearly seven years.

It has a total of three beds and three bathrooms, at 2,075 square feet, and is semi-detached with an EPC rating of E.