The area surrounding the home has been recently classed as a Heritage Quarter as it is steeped in History. 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 New Road you will pass the Heritage Centre of Calne, passing the river Marden and enjoying a host of facilities. Calne is famous for Wiltshire Ham and the Discovery of Oxygen
ACCESS & AREAS CLOSE BY
The home is placed just to the south of Calne centre. Close by are country walks through Castlefields Park- the site of the former Castle. To the east, down the A4, you will pass Cherhill White Horse, Historic Avebury and then onto Marlborough. To the west is Derry Hill (Bowood), Chippenham, Bath and the M4 westbound. To the north is Royal Wootton Bassett and the M4 eastbound. The No 55 bus connects the train stations of Chippenham and Swindon with routes London and Bristol. The service is around every 20 minutes during the day and taking in the Villages in-between.
An arch opens to the living room.
LIVING ROOM 6.63m x 3.89m maximum measurement (21’9 x 12’9 max
Stripped wood floor and two windows look out to the front. Stirs rise to the first floor and there is an opening to the dining kitchen. Door to the cellar stairs. The room can happily accommodate sofas and other items of sizeable furniture. The focal point of the room is brick chiney breast with open fireplace.
DINING KITCHEN 5.49m x 3.12m (18′ x 10’3)
The room is arranged to offer natural kitchen and dining areas. The is a tile floor and French doors open out to the rear garden. The kitchen office a selection of fitted wall and floor cabinets with solid wood worktops. Worktop extends to offer barstool breakfasting area. The cabinets include glass fronted display and there are tile finishes. Inset is a double electric oven, gas hob and cooker hood over. Inset stainless of sink and drainer. A window looks into the utility. The dining area offers room for a large dining table chairs and further items of furniture. Room for a large fridge freezer.
UTILITY 2.21m x 1.55m (7’3 x 5’1)
Windows look out onto the rear garden and there is a door to the guest cloakroom. Tile floor, plumbing for a washing machine and space for further machinery.
GUEST CLOAKROOM 1.45m x 0.76m (4’9 x 2’6)
Tile floor and tile finishes. Water closet and a vanity cabinet with basin.
CELLAR VAULT 6.25m x 3.07m (20’6 x 10’1)
Offering numerous possibilities the cellar vault has the attractive feature of a brick arched ceiling.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Doors give access to the bedrooms and to the bathroom.
BEDROOM ONE 3.96m x 3.66m (13′ x 12′)
A window looks out over the front. There is room for a super king size bed and further items of bedroom furniture.
BEDROOM TWO 3.20m x 3.18m (10’6 x 10’5)
This bedroom has a window looking out over the rear garden. There is room for a double bed and further furniture. Built in double wardrobe.
BEDROOM THREE 2.82m x 2.29m (9’3 x 7’6)
A window looks out over the front. Built in single bed. Space for further furniture.
FOUR PIECE BATHROOM 3.05m x 2.34m (10′ x 7’8)
The bathroom has tile finishes and a window with privacy glass. The suite offers a vanity cabinet with inset basin, water closet and a panel enclosed bath with mixer taps and shower attachment. There is a shower cubicle with the feature of glass blocks. Timber paneling and panel seat.
Access to the attic room.
ATTIC ROOM 4.22m x 2.62m to purlin (13’10 x 8’7 to purlin)
A window looks out to the rear and offers far reaching views. There is a skylight window also. The room offers numerous uses and is currently used as a guest bedroom area.
An absolutely gorgeous garden. The garden is organised for outside dining, entertaining and relaxation. There are two flat lawn areas divided by a path that leads to a rear deck. The deck is generous in size and can happily accommodate large items of garden furniture. There are flower beds that are well stocked with ornamental planting.
Council Tax Band – B