Berhill Cottage, Chilvester Hill, Calne

Guide Price £625,000
Receptions X3
Bedrooms X4
Bathrooms X 3

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Key Features:


The most wonderful countryside views over Bowood Estate are enjoyed from this period home placed on the edge of the county town of Calne. There are gardens to three sides that all enjoy the views, a double garage/workshop with large attic and parking for a multitude of vehicles.
Internally the home has many bespoke fittings and character features. The ground floor features a living room with Inglenook and log burner, formal dining room with fireplace, hand painted kitchen with Quartz worktops, a large utility and a guest cloakroom.
The first floor has four bedrooms that include two en-suites and a bathroom that features an extremely large jacuzzi bath. The top floor has two attic rooms ideal for study, hobby or other recreational uses. There is gas central heating and double glazing also.

Berhill Cottage, Chilvester Hill, Calne


The centre of Calne is a gentle walk away with multiple facilities. The town is of Historic significance and has a Heritage Quarter with Norman Church, Merchant Green and the River Marden. Calne is also the home of Wiltshire Ham and the Discovery of Oxygen.
The town is also surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside that Wiltshire has to offer. There are two parks within walking distance and country walks are within easy reach.

The A4 gives routes east to Marlborough, Cherhill White Horse and Historic Avebury and the M4 eastbound. To the north is Lyneham, Royal Wootton Bassett, Swindon and the M4 eastbound also. To the west is, Bowood/Derry Hill, Chippenham, Bath and the M4 westbound.
There is a regular bus route (approx every 20 minutes in the day) connecting Chippenham to Swindon, which both have rail stations

Doors open to the living room and to the formal dining room. Stairs rise to the first floor.

LIVING ROOM 22’6 x 15’6 (6.86m x 4.72m)
Dual aspect room with windows to the side and rear that offer countryside views. French door opens out to the rear patio offering and extension to the living space in fine weather. Are bespoke built cabinet has two double door cupboards and shelving for display. The cabinets have feature lighting and have been organised to offer space for a large wall mounted television. The focal point of the room is a brick inglenook fire place with timber mantle and a log burner.

DINING ROOM 16’9 x 10′ (5.11m x 3.05m)
Oak floor and a window looks out onto the garden and countryside beyond. The focal point of the room is a fireplace with ornate hearth. There is space for a large dining table, chairs and further dining room furniture

DINING KITCHEN 19’4 x 10’7 (5.89m x 3.23m)
Quartz worktop finished kitchen hand painted. Five ring gas hob set into a chimney recess with extractor hood. Two hand painted dresser style cabinets. Integrated dishwasher. Stone tile floor and the kitchen has been arranged to offer space for a dining table. Double electric oven set into a bread oven style brick recess. Under stairs store cupboard. A window offers views out over the front. Doors give access to the living room and to the utility room.

UTILITY ROOM 19’4 x 4’6 (5.89m x 1.37m)
Utility has space for a fridge, freezer, and a washing machine. Wall cabinets and a worktop with inset stainless steel sink. Double store cupboard. Door to the guest cloakroom.

Window with privacy glass. Wash basin and water closet.

Doors lead to the first floor bedrooms and to the main bathroom. Ladder style staircase with handrails gives access to the attic floor.

MASTER BEDROOM 15′ x 11′ (4.57m x 3.35m)
A window gives a view out of the rear garden and far-reaching views over countryside beyond. There is room for a large double bed and further bedroom furniture to complement. Opening to the master en-suite.

EN-SUITE 16′ x 4′ (4.88m x 1.22m)
Dual aspect room with a window that looks out over the rear garden and a porthole window offers far-reaching countryside views. A vanity cabinet with granite worktop has to stone circular washbasins with mixer taps. There is a cabinet under. Shaver point. Water closet. Chrome towel rail radiator. Double walk-in shower with stone tile finishes and a rain head shower.

BEDROOM TWO 15′ x 11′ (4.57m x 3.35m)
Dual aspect room with windows that offer far-reaching countryside views. There is room for a large double bed and extensive range of bedroom furniture.

BEDROOM THREE (GUEST) 14’3 x 10’7 (4.34m x 3.23m)
There is a bank of wardrobes to one wall, six door, with storage above. A window gives a view to view out over the rear and countryside beyond. There is space for a large double bed plus extra furniture. Door to the guest en-suite.

GUEST EN-SUITE 7′ x 4’6 (2.13m x 1.37m)
Shower cubicle with electric my shower, pedestal wash basin and a water closet. Period style towel rail radiator. Window with privacy glass.

BEDROOM FOUR 10’6 x 10′ (3.20m x 3.05m)
A window looks out over the front garden. There is room for a double bed and is the focal point of a period fireplace.

BATHROOM 13’1 x 9′ (3.99m x 2.74m)
The bathroom features a large jacuzzi/spa bath. The bath is set into stone tile panelling and has mixer taps plus hand held shower. This spacious bathroom has a contemporary shaped wash basin set into a vanity cabinet. Dresser mirror with lighting above. There is a water closet and a chrome towel rail radiator. Stripped wood floor. The spaciousness of the room allows for dispay furniture.

ATTIC ROOM 15′ x 9’6 (4.57m x 2.90m)
A window offers magnificent views out over countryside. The room offers a wonderful space for recreation/study and features exposed stonework a wide opening leads into the second attic room

SECOND ATTIC SPACE 13′ x 9’0 (3.96m x 2.74m)
This space has an extensive range of fitted cabinets with worktop. Under eaves storage. Door to a store.

STORE 9′ x 4′ (2.74m x 1.22m)
Deep walk-in storage space.

Outlined in a little more detail as follows;

The drive allows for multiple parking for around five/six vehicles (camper van friendly). From hear you access the double garage, vegetable plot and front garden.

DOUBLE GARAGE/WORKSHOP 25′ x 19’6 (7.62m x 5.94m)
There are two up and over doors for vehicle access. The space offers plenty of room to park two vehicles and have workshop areas. A staircase leads up to the garage attic. Two windows and a glazed side access door. Head height of around 7 ft 7″.

GARAGE ATTIC 20’9 x 10’6 approx floor area (6.32m x 3.20m appro x floor area)
A dual aspect with two windows. One window offering far reaching views. Head height of around 8ft.

Placed to one side of the garage. Greenhouse and raised flower beds. From here there are far reaching views over Bowood Estate, making it a pleasant area to cultivate.

This garden area has areas of different character and again the backdrop of countryside. Steps and a ramp lead up to a large patio area. From here you access the utility access door and a the further large patio. There are shaped lawns, flower beds and an abundance of ornamental planting.

This large patio area has the most wonderful views over Bowood Estate. There is a great amount of space for outside furniture. And there is a wall boundary.

Placed at the front access door is an extra garden that has been extensively landscaped. A shingled path leads to the open porch over the front access door.

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