The home is positioned in a cul-de-sac just of Castle Street in the Heritage Quarter. A short walk takes you the centre of the town which offers numerous facilities and the River Marden. Calne is renowned for the discovery of Oxygen and the birthplace of Wiltshire Ham. This county town is surrounded by some of the most attractive countryside Wiltshire has to offer. From the home you can walk down Castle Walk which takes you to country walks.
The Heritage Quarter of Calne has many period buildings and features: The Norman Church of St Mary’s, The Houses on the The Green, Historic Barns, The Bell Tower of The Town Hall & Corn Exchange.
ACCESS & AREAS CLOSE BY
The A4 gives routes east to Marlborough, Cherhill White Horse, Historic Avebury and the M4 eastbound. To the north is Lyneham, Royal Wootton Bassett, Swindon and the M4 eastbound also. To the west is 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 give access to the bedrooms, living room, bathroom, guest cloakroom and to the kitchen. The hall features a parquet floor and a window looks out over the front. There is a window with privacy glass and entrance door has privacy glass also.
LIVING ROOM 6.48m x 5.18m (21’3″ x 17’0″ )
A large dual aspect room with windows that look out to the side and out over the front. The focal point of the room is a brick fireplace with brick hearth. The size of the room allows for large items of furniture which would include sofas, dining table and chairs. Wall lights.
KITCHEN 3.66m x 3.05m (12’0″ x 10’0″ )
There is a range of fitted wall and floor cabinets with work surfaces. Inset gas hob with a hood over and an inset double oven. Inset one half sink and drainer. Space for a fridge freezer. A window looks out over the rear garden and doors give access to the conservatory, larder and to the garage. Hatch the living room. Tile finishes.
LARDER 1.55m x 0.91m (5’1″ x 3’0″ )
The walk-in larder has fitted shelving and a window.
UTILTY/GARDEN ROOM 2.59m x 2.54m (8’6″ x 8’4″ )
Plumbed for a washing machine. Windows to two sides. Glazed door out to the garden.
GUEST CLOAKROOM 1.52m x 0.91m (5’0″ x 3’0″ )
Water closet and a wash basin. Window with privacy glass.
BATHROOM 1.83m x 1.83m (6’0″ x 6’0″ )
Panel enclosed bath and a pedestal wash basin. Towel rail radiator and tile finishes. Window with privacy glass.
BEDROOM ONE 4.95m x 3.53m (16’3″ x 11’7″ )
A dual aspect room with windows looking out over the front and over the side. There is a selection of fitted wardrobes that include six door hanging, bedside cabinets and display chests of drawers. Vanity cabinet with inset bowl. There is room for a large double bed and extra furniture.
BEDROOM TWO 3.68m x 3.53m (12’1″ x 11’7″ )
A window looks out to the rear. Built-in double wardrobe and a vanity wash basin. There is room for large double bed and extra furniture.
Outlined in a little more detail as follows;
MULTI VEHICLE DRIVE
Immediately in front of the home is a wide tarmac drive that allows parking for a multitude of vehicles. There is access to the garage and to both the gardens the side of the home.
GARAGE 5.72m x 2.90m (18’9″ x 9’6″ )
Vehicle access is via an up and over door to the front. A door gives access to the kitchen. There are two windows side.
LARGE EASTERLY GARDEN
As you face the home to the right-hand side is a large lawn garden. There are ornamental trees and from here you can access the rear garden. There is a patio area front of the utility/garden room.
This garden area is a wide hard standing garden plus a further shaped lawn area. Again there are ornamental trees, planting and numerous flowerbeds.
SOUTH WESTERLY GARDEN
In the main the garden offers a large flat lawn with fence surround and bounded by mature planting. Again you can access the rear garden area from this garden.