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Quemerford, Calne

Guide Price £235,000
Receptions X3
Bedrooms X2
Bathrooms X 1

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Key Features:
  • PERIOD VILLAGE HOME
  • LARGE GARDEN
  • FIREPLACE
  • TWO BEDROOMS
  • UTILITY/BREAKFAST ROOM
  • BATHROOM
  • OFF ROAD PARKING
  • CLOSE TO COUNTRYSIDE

Description

A dreamy period cottage placed in the village of Quemerford with views over countryside and close to country walks. The home has a lovely garden and the bonus of off road parking. There are two double bedrooms which are complemented by a modern bathroom. The 24 ft 3 x 12 ft living space is arranged to offer natural lounging and dining areas. There is the lovely feature of an exposed brick fireplace and log burner. At the rear of the home is a fitted kitchen and a utility/breakfast room. The home has gas central heating and double glazing.

Rooms

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.

LOCATION
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.

ENTRANCE PORCH
Door to the living space

LIVING SPACE 24’3 x 12′ narrowing to 7’6 (7.39m x 3.66m narrowing to 2.29m)
The focal point of the room has a fireplace with timber mantle, log burner and exposed brick chimney breast. A window looks out to the front and a door opens to the fitted kitchen. A further door gives access the stairs leading to the first floor.
The room has natural areas for lounging and dining. There is room for sofas, dining table, chairs and further furniture.

FITTED KITCHEN 13’7 x 7’4 (4.14m x 2.24m)
A window looks out to the side and doors give access to the garden and to the utility breakfast room.
There is a selection of fitted wall and floor cabinets with work surfaces. Inset is an electric double oven, gas hob and a hood over. Space has been allowed for a fridge freezer and there are attractive tile finishes. Inset is a one and a half sink and drainer. Tile floor.

UTILITY/BREAKFAST ROOM 13’7 x 8’3 (4.14m x 2.51m)
A window offers a view down the rear garden. There is a breakfast bar that is ideal for bar stools. A nice place to work or for breakfast. There is plumbing for a washing machine and space for a further machine. Gas central heating boiler.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Doors open to the bedrooms and to the bathroom. Deep store.

MASTER BEDROOM 12’1 x 12′ (3.68m x 3.66m)
A window offers a view out over the front. There is room for a large double bed and extra bedroom furniture.

BEDROOM TWO 10’1 x 7’6 (3.07m x 2.29m)
A window looks out over the rear garden and countryside beyond. There is space for a double bed and further furniture.

BATHROOM
The suite offers a shaped panel enclosed bath with shaped shower screen. The bath has mixer taps and a shower over. There is a pedestal wash basin and a water closet. Features include full height tiling and a tile floor.

FRONT DRIVE & GARDEN
To the front of the home is a hard standing that allows parking for a vehicle. A path leads to the front entrance door. In front of the window is a shingled garden area that would suit potted plants.

REAR GARDEN
The garden has different areas of character. Close to the home is a large patio area that is suitable for outside furniture. A path runs down one side of the garden to the garden end. Next to the path is a generous and flat lawn.
The end garden has a both a shingled and patio area which again is suitable for outside furniture. From the end garden there are views across open countryside.
N.B. The home has historic rights of way across gardens of adjacent homes.

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