Between this Period Home and Calne centre is an area steeped in History and recently classed as a Heritage Quarter. There is the Norman Church and close by is the large Merchants Green surrounded by impressive period homes. There are quaint shops on Church Street 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 Marden and enjoying a host of facilities. Calne is famous for Wiltshire Ham and the Discovery of Oxygen. There are a number of restaurants, cafes, independent shops and supermarkets.
Outlined as follows:
A welcoming entrance hall where stairs rise up to the first floor accommodation and a door opens to the living accommodation. Space allows for storage of outdoor wear and display furniture.
LIVING ROOM 3.68m x 3.66m (12’1 x 12′)
A generous sized living room with two windows opening out over the garden allowing the room to be filled with natural light. The living room has a wonderful feature of an open fire with wooden fascia beam and exposed brick work. The room can accommodate multiple sofas and display furniture. Finished with carpeted flooring, exposed beams and a storage cupboard which runs beneath the stairs.
DINING KITCHEN 4.50m x 2.18m (14’9 x 7’2 )
A modern kitchen which has been fitted with a range of matching wall and base cabinets with work surfaces over. The kitchen benefits from having integrated appliances, including a fridge, freezer, dishwasher and a washing machine. There is a peninsular with an integrated electric over and gas hob. space allows for a breakfast table. A large window looks out over the rear of the home and a door gives access to the rear. tiled finishings and spot lighting.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
From here, doors opens to all three bedrooms and the family bathroom. here is where the loft hatch is located.
MASTER BEDROOM 3.78m x 2.97m (12’5 x 9’9)
The master bedroom is of a excellent size and enjoys view over the garden of the home. The bedroom can accommodate a king size bed further bedroom furniture. Finished with carpet and exposed beams.
BEDROOM TWO 3.38m x 2.18m (11’1 x 7’2)
Bedroom two can accommodate a double bed and further bedroom furniture. A door opens to where the boiler is housed, an ideal space for storing linen. A window looking out over the rear of the home. Fitted with carpet.
BEDROOM THREE 2.90m x 1.98m (9’6 x 6’6)
With a window looking out over the garden of the home is bedroom three. This room could be utilized as a single bedroom, study or dressing room. Fitted with carpet.
A modern family bathroom with a window that opens out over the rear of the home. The bathroom consists of a bath with shower over, water closet and a pedestal wash basin. Chrome heated towel rail and tiled finishings.
Outlined as follows:
A southerly exposed rear garden. The garden is fully enclosed which is mainly laid to lawn with gates giving access to the parking and to the side of the home. A section of the garden has been laid to shingle allowing a great spot for dining of lounging furniture. N.B A historic right of way exists to the front which is gated.
To the front of the home there is parking for a vehicle.
Next to the parking there is outdoor storage. One section has been created for storing logs while the other section is open allowing storage or a bike or garden furniture.
To the rear of the home there is a gated pathway that leads to a store cupboard and to the pedestrian door leading out from the dining kitchen. This is a shared pathway with your joining neighbor.
Council Tax Band – B