For Sale

Curzon Street, Calne

Guide Price £189,995
Receptions X1
Bedrooms X2
Bathrooms X 1

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Key Features:


A charming two bedroom cottage placed close to the centre of Calne, built in the 1840s. The ground floor consists of lounge with exposed beams and a deep window ledge, a kitchen diner with integrated oven and induction hob, a stable style door gives access to the rear garden. To the first floor there are two double bedrooms with the master having exposed beams and built in storage cupboard and a family bathroom. There is an attic accessed via the master bedroom with a Velux window with roof top views. A fully enclosed landscaped garden with a 8′ x 6′ summer house at the bottom of the garden. Fitted with gas central heating.

Curzon Street, Calne


The home is literally on the doorstep of country walks and Calne is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside that Wiltshire has to offer. There are routes westerly to Derry Hill, Bowood, 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, Historic Avebury, Silbury Hill and then onto Marlborough.

The home is placed moments from Calne’s centre. The centre of Calne has a Heritage Quarter that features a Norman Church, Merchant Green, quaint shops and the River Marden. Calne centre has supermarkets, bistros, restaurants and a good selection of independent shops. There are numerous medical centres and pharmacies also. Recent times has seen the opening of a Tesco Superstore on the edge of town and the area has numerous primary schools plus a secondary school.

Outlined as follows:

Upon entry to the home is an entrance hall. Stairs rise to the first floor accommodation and a glass panelled door leads to the living room. Fitted with laminate flooring.

LIVING ROOM12’5 x 10′ (3.78m x 3.05m)
Positioned at the front of the home with laminate flooring and beams. There is ample space for multiple sofas and display furniture. An alcove under the stairs makes an ideal spae for further display furniture or a desk. A window with secondary glazing looks out over the front of the home. Deep window ledge and wall lighting. A glass panelled door leads to the kitchen diner.

KITCHEN DINER13’2 x 8′ (4.01m x 2.44m)
This kitchen diner has been arranged to allow two natural areas for dining and cooking. To one side is an array of matching wall and base cabinets with work surfaces over. Integrated is a electric oven and induction hob, set into the worktops is a ceramic sink with drainer with a view looking over the rear garden. Space and plumbing allows for a fridge and a washing machine. To the other side of the room, space allows for a dining room table and chairs. A cabinet to one corner houses the boiler and s stable style door opens to the shared rear access.

From the entrance hall a wide stair case rises to the first floor accommodation. From here doors leads to both bedrooms and the bathroom.

MASTER BEDROOM12’4 x 9’1 (3.76m x 2.77m)
Positioned at the front of the home, this bedroom can accommodate a double bed and storage furniture. This room has the benefit of a built in wardrobe. A deep ledge window looking out over the front of the home. Access is gained to the attic room from the master bedroom.

BEDROOM TWO8’1 x 6’5 (2.46m x 1.96m)
Space allows for a double bed and storage furniture. This room would also make a generous single bedroom or study. Located at the rear of the home with a view over the garden.

BATHROOM6’1 x 5’7 (1.85m x 1.70m)
Matching white suite fitted with a bath that has an overhead shower, water closet and wash hand basin. A window with obscured glass looks out over the garden. Tiled finishings and laminate vinyl flooring.

ATTIC12’5 x 8’10 (Max) (3.78m x 2.69m ( Max))
Accessed from the master bedroom, this is an ideal space for storing belongings. There is a Velux window with roof top views.

Outlined as follows:

A beautiful landscaped garden with an array of plants and shrubs to the boarders. A gravelled path leads to a 8′ x 6′ summer house at the bottom of the garden, an ideal space for a lounging area or a hobby room. To the other side of the garden is a storage outbuilding and a shed. The garden is fully enclosed and a generous size.

To the rear there is a right away for bins and access to the front of the home.

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