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Church Street, Calne

Guide Price £245,000
Receptions X3
Bedrooms X2
Bathrooms X 1

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Key Features:
  • HERITAGE QUARTER
  • PERIOD COTTAGE
  • WOOD BURNING STOVE
  • SOUTH FACING GARDEN
  • DINING KITCHEN
  • GRADE II LISTED

Description

PERIOD FEATURES! A well presented three bedroom Grade ll listed cottage located in The Heritage Quarter of Calne. Internally, the ground floor of the home offers a generous living room with a wonderful working wood burning stove, open plan dining kitchen with exposed stone walls, flag stone flooring and a pantry cupboard. The first floor consists of a modern bathroom with L shaped bath and two bedrooms with the master having the bonus of built in wardrobes. The property also has the benefit of an attic room which is a great space for a study. Externally, the home offers a fully enclosed rear garden with multiple areas for lounging, dining and cultivation. Gas central heating. The home is placed just moments from plenty of amenities, Castle Park, and main bus routes.

Rooms

THE HERITAGE QUARTER
The area surrounding the home has been recently classed as a Heritage Quarter as it is steeped in History. Opposite the home is the Norman Church and close by is the large Merchants Green surrounded by impressive period homes. Church street features The Divine Cafe, multiple shops, and a walkway takes you to St.Marys Courtyard which has a Bistro. As you walk down Church Street you will come to Calne centre passing the river and the library.

LOCATION
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.

ACCESS AND 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.

THE HOME
Outlined as follows:

ENTRANCE HALL
On entering the home an entrance hall offer space for storage and display furniture. The hall opens into the living room.

LIVING ROOM 17’3 X 15’7
A spacious living room is positioned across the front of the home. There is a wonderful wood burning stove placed in a stone chimney breast creating a focal point for multiple sofas to be placed around. Further space allows for display furniture. A doorway leads to the dining kitchen and stairs rise to the first floor.

DINING KITCHEN 14’7 X 14’2
Split into two natural sections and placed at the rear of the home is the dining kitchen which makes a great space for those who like to entertain. The kitchen offers an integrated double oven with an electric hob over and chrome extractor hood. There are fitted base units with wooden worktops over and a Belfast sink inset to the worktops. Space and plumbing for a washing machine.
The dining area has a wonderful feature of an exposed brick wall. Space allows for a dining table and chairs as well as further display furniture. There is a walk-in pantry cupboard featuring extra work top space with space underneath for further white goods. From the kitchen a door leads to the rear garden expanding the living space during the warmer months.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
The first floor landing leads to the master bedroom, bedroom two and the modern bathroom. Stairs rise to the attic room.

MASTER BEDROOM 13’11 X 11’2
A fantastic bedroom with a window that looks out the front of the home. The master allows space for a king size bed, bedside tables and further bedroom furniture. The master benefits from two built in wardrobes. Fitted with carpet

BEDROOM TWO 8’10 X 7’9
Positioned at the rear of the home with a window that offers views over the rear garden and of Castle Park. The room will allow for a single bed and further bedroom furniture. Fitted with carpet.

MODERN BATHROOM 8’9 X 6′
A matching white suite consisting of an L shaped bath with shower over, wall hung wash basin and a water closet. A window opens out over the rear of the home and a door opens to an airing cupboard.

ATTIC ROOM 11’5 X 10’8
The top floor of the home is a generous space which can accommodate a double bed and further furniture, making this a great occasional guest room or study. There is access to eaves storage and there is a dormer window overlooking the heritage quarter.

EXTERNAL
The property is outlined as follows:

REAR GARDEN
The southerly exposed garden is approximately 20 meters, fully enclosed and enjoys the sun during the warmer months. The garden is partitioned, with a nature pond separating the entertaining space from the lounging. Adjacent to the home is a deck area ideal for entertaining and dining in the warmer months. The middle section has been laid with astro turf making it a great space for lounging. The bottom section of the garden has been landscaped for cultivation. A gate at the bottom of the garden gives access to a pathway which leads to New Road.

NOTE
Council Tax Band – C

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