Anson Avenue, Calne

Guide Price £410,000
Receptions X4
Bedrooms X4
Bathrooms X 2

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Key Features:


A detached four bedroom home which has been extended to offer a sizeable conservatory with vaulted ceiling. A superb feature of the home is a 16’3 x 13’7 dining kitchen which has granite work surfaces, granite topped island and quality fitted cabinets. The ground floor is entered via a 20’3 formal that leads to a study office, guest cloakroom, dining room, dining kitchen and a dual aspect living room. The lounge and the dining kitchen both open into the conservatory. The first floor has a large gallery landing that leads to the four double bedrooms. There is a family bathroom and the 17’9 x 11’3 master has an en-suite with double shower. The cottage style garden is enclosed with a southerly aspect and there is drive parking plus a garage. The home has the bonus of owned solar panels that produce an income.

Anson Avenue, Calne


The property is placed to the North of the centre of Historic Calne in a residential estate developed in recent years. The development has numerous green spaces for relaxation and recreation. The centre of Calne has a Heritage Quarter that features a Norman Church, Merchant Green, quaint shops on Church Street and the River Marden. Recent times have seen the development of tourism focusing on a number of key and unique factors. Calne is the home of the Wiltshire Cure (Witshire Ham and Bacon) and key in the Discovery of Oxygen.

The property offers a gentle walk to Medical Centres and Pharmacies. Calne centre offers two Supermarkets, a good selection of shops, restaurants and eateries. On the southern and northern edges are two leisure centres with one having a swimming pool. The northern sector also has a large Tesco Supermarket.

Calne is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside that Wiltshire has to offer. The A4 offers routes westerly to Bowood/Derry Hill, Chippenham, Bath and the M4 westbound.
To the the north is Lyneham, Royal Wootton Basset, Swindon and the M4 eastbound to London. Easterly along the A4 you will come to the Cherhill White Horse, Historc Avebury, Silbury Hill and then onto Marlborough. The No 55 Bus offers a reglar service connecting the train stations of Chippenham and Swindon plus taking in the villages in-between.

FORMAL HALL 20’3 x 6’8 (6.17m x 2.03m)
Doors give access to the living room, study office, dining room, guest cloakroom and to the dining kitchen. Store cupboard and under stairs cupboard. Stairs

GUEST CLOAKROOM 6’3 x 2’9 (1.91m x 0.84m)
Wash basin and a water closet. Window with privacy glass.

STUDY OFFICE 10’9 x 8′ (3.28m x 2.44m)
A window offers a view toward parkland. There is room for desks, book cases and further study furniture.

DUAL ASPECT LIVING ROOM 17’6 x 11’3 (5.33m x 3.43m)
French doors open into the conservatory. A window views out to the front and toward parkland. There is room for a number of sofas and further furniture.

DINING ROOM 10’9 x 10′ (3.28m x 3.05m)
This room can happily accommodate a large dining table, chairs and further dining room furniture. A window looks out to the side and over parkland.

DINING KITCHEN 16’3 x 13’7 (4.95m x 4.14m)
Another dual aspect room that has a window to the rear and a window to the side that looks out over parkland. There is a generous selection of fitted wall and floor cabinets that have granite work surfaces. A central island unit has an extended granite work surface that forms a bar for barstool dining. The cabinets have been arranged to offer room for a washing machine, dishwasher and a fridge freezer. Inset is a double electric oven. Also inset is a gas hob which has a stainless steel chimney hood over. Sink with mixer taps. A door gives access to the conservatory.

CONSERVATORY 13’3 x 10’3 (4.04m x 3.12m)
The conservatory looks out over the cottage style garden. There is space for a number of sofas and other items of furniture to complement. The conservatory has a high vaulted ceiling and would also make a good alternative dining room.

Doors lead to the bedrooms and to the family bathroom. Access to the loft. Balustrade.

MASTER BEDROOM 17’6 x 11’3 (5.33m x 3.43m)
The master bedroom has a dual aspect with a window looking down over the cottage garden and a window to the front looking out towards p a please parkland. The size of the room means it can accommodate a super king-size bed, dressing table, chest’s and wardrobes. A door gives access to the master en-suite.

MASTER EN-SUITE 8’7 x 6′ (2.62m x 1.83m)
To one corner is a large double shower cubicle. There is a water closet and a wash basin. Window with privacy glass and tile finishes.

BEDROOM TWO 13’6 x 10′ (4.11m x 3.05m)
The second-largest bedroom also has a dual aspect. A window looks out over parkland and a further window looks out to the rear. The room can accommodate a large double bed and extra furniture.

BEDROOM THREE 10’9 x 10’3 (3.28m x 3.12m)
The third bedroom is also another generous double room. It too has a dual aspect with windows to front and side that give parkland views.

BEDROOM FOUR 10’9 x 7’10 (3.28m x 2.39m)
The final bedroom can accommodate a double bed and further furniture. A window views towards parkland. This room would also make a wonderful study.

FAMILY BATHROOM 9′ x 5’8 (2.74m x 1.73m)
The suite offers a panel enclosed bath with shower over and shower screen. Pedestal wash hand basin and a water closet. Chrome towel rail radiator, tile finishes and a window with privacy glass.

The front and side gardens have a good stock of ornamental planting in flowerbeds. There is ornamental hedging to the front and it curves round the side of the home also. Path to the front door which has a storm awning over.

To the side of the home is a drive that leads to the garage. A gate gives access to the rear enclosed garden.

Access to the garage is by an up and over door. Power and light.

Organised to offer a cottage garden feel the garden is overflowing with abundance of flowers and planting. The flowerbeds are intermingled with shingled pathways that lead to areas ideal for seating. To one corner is a pergola with the seating area underneath that would also allow for table. At the bottom the garden is a further area offers a very pleasant retreat. Behind the home is a strip of garden with planting and an outside tap. Behind the garage is a further strip of garden that offers space for discreet storage. The garden is enclosed by both fence and wall.

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