Between the 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. The home is on the doorstep of country walks. The home is also a flat walk to Holy Trinity Primary School, Kingsbury Green Academy and the Leisure centre.
ACCESS & AREAS CLOSE BY
The home is placed to the south of Calne centre. To the east, down the A4, you will pass Cherhill White Horse, Historic Avebury, Marlborough, Hungerford, Newbury and the M4 eastbound To the west is Chippenham, Bath and the M4 westbound. To the north is Royal Wootton Bassett and the M4 eastbound. To the south is Devizes and routes to Salisbury plus the south coast.
Outlined in a little more detail as follows;
Stairs rise to the first floor. Doors give access to the guest cloakroom, living room, study and dining kitchen. Under stairs cupboard.
GUEST CLOAKROOM 1.91m x 0.84m (6’3 x 2’9)
Water closet and a vanity cabinet with inset basin and drawers. Window with privacy glass.
LIVING ROOM 5.72m x 3.28m plus 1.52m x 0.84m bay (18’9 x 10’9
A bay window looks out over the front garden and a further window looks out to the front also. There is the focal point of a fire surround with electric fire. There is room for a number of sofas and further items of living room furniture.
DINING KITCHEN 7.65m x 3.20m (25’1 x 10’6)
The room is arranged to offer natural dining, breakfasting and culinary areas. ith the connection to the conservatory it makes a large area for interaction and entertaining. As follows;
DINING 3.38m x 2.97m (11’1 x 9’9)
French doors open into the conservatory. There is a wide opening to the kitchen breakfast area with the divide of a peninsular unit. There is a wide wood block worktop making it ideal for bar stools. The room can happily accommodate a large dining table, chairs and further furnishing.
KITCHEN BREAKFAST 4.29m x 3.20m (14’1 x 10’6)
The kitchen has a selection of gloss fronted fitted wall and floor cabinets. The extensive wood block worktops are great with the Chef in mind. Under cabinet lighting, tile finishes and an inset Butler style sink are included. Inset are two ovens, a microwave oven, dish washer, fridge freezer, inset gas hob and hood over. Pan drawers and larder cabinets also feature. A window looks out over the rear garden and a door opens to the utility.
VAULTED CONSERVATORY 4.93m x 2.46m (16’2 x 8’1)
A bank of windows run down the side and two further windows look out over the rear garden. Glazed French doors open to the garden and expand living space in fine weather. There is a vaulted ceiling. The room is multi-functional as extra reception or further dining.
STUDY/OFFICE 3.12m x 2.74m (10’3 x 9′)
A arch leads from the conservatory and there is a door to the hall. There is room for a desk and further items of study furniture. Currently used as a music room.
UTILITY ROOM 2.29m x 1.98m (7’6 x 6’6)
A window looks out over the rear garden and a glazed door opens onto the garden also. A door gives access to the garage. Worktop with stainless steel sink and drainer. Plumbed for a washing machine.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Doors lead to the bedrooms and the bathroom. Balustrade and the feature of a picture window. Access to the loft.
MASTER BEDROOM 5.18m x 3.15m (17′ x 10’4)
Two windows look out over the rear garden and woodland beyond. There is an extensive range of fitted bedroom furniture which includes six door wardrobes and four drawers. There is room for a large double bed and extra furnishing. Access to the master en-suite.
MASTER EN-SUITE 2.31m x 1.60m (7’7 x 5’3)
The suite offers a corner shower cubicle, water closet and a vanity cabinet with inset basin. Dresser mirror with light. Tile finishes and a chrome towel rail radiator.
BEDROOM TWO 3.28m x 3.12m (10’9 x 10’3)
A window views out over the front. There is space for a large double bed and further furniture.
BEDROOM THREE 2.95m x 2.62m (9’8 x 8’7)
This bedroom can also accommodate a double bed and further furnishing. A window looks out over the front.
FAMILY BATHROOM 2.13m x 1.68m (7′ x 5’6)
The suite offers a panel enclosed bath with power shower over and concertina screen. Pedestal wash basin and a water closet. Full height tiling and a chrome towel rail radiator.
In front of the home is a garden area that offers a shaped lawn, well stocked flower bed and a selection of ornamental trees.
SIDE DRIVE 3.66mft wide approx (12ft wide approx)
The drive runs down the side of the home and gives access to the entrance door, garage and a gate to the rear garden. The drive can happily accommodate three vehicles and there is a width of around 12ft (3.66m)
ATTACHED GARAGE 5.26m x 2.67m (17’3 x 8’9)
The garage has power and light plus the eaves offers extra storage opportunities. Up and over door vehicle access plus there is a door to the utility room.
The garden has the backdrop of the woodland. There is fence boundaries to two sides, flower beds, cultivation beds and the majority is laid to lawn. To the side of the home is a garden area that can offer further storage options (around 6’7/2m wide). The garden is ideal for lounging, recreation and cultivation. A rose arch leads into the woodland.
The home has a woodland that runs down to Horsebrook and offers an idyllic retreat. A place to privately relax, organise hidden storage and woodland hobbies. This part of the garden is part of a conservation area.