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Quemerford, Calne

Guide Price £280,000
Receptions X2
Bedrooms X2
Bathrooms X 1

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Positioned South of Calne, in the village of Quemerford is this charming two bedroom cottage, with attic room, two bathrooms and a very large garden. The home is well presented and full of wonderful period features. Internally on the ground floor, the home offers an entrance porch, living room with multi fuel burner, galley kitchen, dining room with multi fuel burner and a bathroom. To the first floor the home has two bedrooms, with the master being an excellent size. There is also a family bathroom. A door opens to stairs which rise up to an attic room. Externally, the home has a blocked paved front garden and a large rear garden that has been designed for the whole of the family to enjoy. The property has gas central heating and is double glazed. Just a short walk from the home you will find a local post office, schools and countryside walks.


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 Academy 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:

Upon entering the home via a decorative glass paneled door, you come to an entrance porch where a door opens into the living room. Space allows for storage of outdoor wear.

LIVING ROOM 3.91m x 3.78m (12’10 x 12’5)
Following on from the entrance porch you come into a living room which can accommodate multiple sofas and further display furniture around a fantastic feature of a inset multi fuel burner, with brick surround. A sash window views out over the front of the home and a doorway leads through to the dining room.

DINING ROOM 3.76m x 2.79m (12’4 x 9’2)
At the heart of the home, you have a dining room, which also has the focal point of a multi fuel burner. Oozing with character, including exposed beams and exposed stone walls, the dining room can accommodate a dining room table, chairs and further display furniture. Beneath stairs that rise up to the first floor, a natural area has been created for a home office or lounging furniture. A stable style door opens out to the rear garden and a doorway leads through to the kitchen.

GALLEY KITCHEN 4.57m x 1.68m (15′ x 5’6)
With a window looking out to a covered section of the rear garden is the kitchen. Fitted with a selection of wall and base cabinets with an inset ceramic sink and half with drainer. Space and plumbing allow for a fridge freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. Further space allows for a gas range cooker with extractor hood over (Range cooker may not be staying). Tiled finishings. A door leads through to the rear lobby.

REAR LOBBY 1.96m x 0.81m (6’5 x 2’8)
From here, a door leads into the ground floor bathroom and a further glass panel door opens out to the rear garden.

GROUND FLOOR BATHROOM 1.88m x 1.70m (6’2 x 5’7)
Complimenting the ground floor accommodation is this modern bathroom. The bathroom consists of a bath with shower over, pedestal wash basin and a water closet. A window with privacy glass opens out over the rear garden of the home. Tiled finishings.

The first floor landing has a beautiful stone exposed wall. Doors lead to both the bedrooms and the family bathroom. A wooden door opens to where stairs rise up to an attic room.

MASTER BEDROOM 3.94m x 3.76m (12’11 x 12’4)
With a large sash window looking out over the front of the home, is the master bedroom. The room is full of charm, including beams, wood flooring and a feature fireplace. Space allows for a king size bed, bedside tables and further bedroom furniture.

BEDROOM TWO 3.91m x 1.83m (12’10 x 6′)
Bedroom two can accommodate a small double bed and further bedroom furniture. This room would also make a very generous sized single bedroom or home office.

FAMILY BATHROOM 2.97m x 2.21m (9’9 x 7’3)
With a window looking out over the rear garden of the home is the family bathroom. This bathroom is bright and spacious with a feature fireplace and space for display or storage furniture. The bathroom consists of a water closet, pedestal wash basin and a double walk-in shower. Chrome heated towel rail and tiled finishings.

An excellent space, with vaulted ceiling, wood flooring and exposed beams. A Dorma style window enjoys views over the rear garden.

Outlined as follows:

The front garden has been laid to block paving.

The garden is of a large size and has been designed for the whole of the family to enjoy. Adjacent from the home you immediately come to an under cover area. Following on from there you come to an area which has been laid with plumb slate chippings, an ideal space for dining furniture. Following on down the garden you come to the middle sections which has flower beds, areas laid to shingle and a shed, an ideal space for cultivation. Carrying on down you have a large, flat lawn area, ideal for pets and children. Right at the bottom of the garden is an area which houses chickens.

Council Tax Band – B

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