ACCESS & AREAS CLOSE BY
The home is situated on the eastern edge of Calne, close to some of the most beautiful countryside Wiltshire has to offer. From here as you travel east you pass Cherhill White Horse, historic Avebury and on to Marlborough. This route also takes you to the M4 eastbound to London. To the west is Calne that is steeped in history and the home of Wiltshire Ham and the discovery of Oxygen. Further west is Chippenham, Bath and the M4 westbound. A short trip south takes you to North Wilts Golf Course, a Nature Reserve and Devizes famous for the canal and Caen Hill Locks.
The house is located in the Quemerford area of Calne. Close by is the local primary school of Holy Trinity and the secondary school of Kingsbury Green is also within easy walking distance. The River Marden, Wessington Park, Village Post Office and the local Public House are also close by. The centre of Calne is within easy reach and offers multiple shopping facilities, supermarkets, coffee shops, restaurants and hostelries.
Outlined as follows:
ENTRANCE PORCH 4’9 x 4’2
Upon entering the home you come to a brick built porch. Space allows for outdoor footwear. A glass panel door opens to the living room.
LIVING ROOM 11’9 x 9’6
With a window looking out over the front of the home is the living room. Space allows for a sofa and display furniture. Finished with carpet and wall lighting. A door opens to the kitchen breakfast.
KITCHEN BREAKFAST 9′ x 8’5
Positioned in the middle of the home is the kitchen breakfast, fitted with a selection of wall and base cabinets with worktops over. A peninsular unit offers a natural divide and allows for barstools. Space allows for a washing machine and free standing cooker. Beneath a window looking into the boot room is a sink with drainer. There is storage space beneath the stairs allowing space for a fridge freezer. Stairs rise to the first floor accommodation and doors open to the bathroom and the rear boot room.
BATHROOM 7’8 x 6’5
A partially tiled bathroom consisting of a water closet, panel enclosed bath and a pedestal wash basin. A window with privacy glass opens out over the rear garden of the home.
BOOT ROOM 6’10 x 3’2
With a door leading out to the garden is a boot room, making a great space for outdoor wears and storage furniture.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
From here, doors lead to both the bedrooms. Here is where the loft hatch is located to gain access to a mostly boarded loft.
MASTER BEDROOM 11’10 x 10’5
With a window looking out over the front of the home is the master bedroom. Space allows for a double bed, bedside tables and further bedroom furniture. Finished with carpet.
BEDROOM TWO 9’10 x 8’8
With the benefit of having storage cupboards and a view over the rear garden is bedroom two. This room is a very generous size allowing a double bed and further bedroom furniture. Finished with carpet.
Outlined as follows:
A fantastic sized, mature garden with views over the countryside. The garden has been arranged to allow natural areas for cultivation and lounging. There are multiple storage builds, of which some are brick built. Adjacent from the home a path runs down to the bottom of the garden, passing a lawned areas, flower beds and a vegetable patch. A gate allows access to a right of way.
At the front of the property there is parking for a vehicle.
The property has a historic right of way. Please call Butfield Breach for more details.
Council Tax Band – B