Quemerford, Quemerford Village, Calne

Guide Price £550,000
Receptions X4
Bedrooms X5
Bathrooms X 2

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Key Features:


A period home brimming with original features and a magnificent garden room overlooking a landscaped garden and the countryside beyond. The ground floor has a number of reception spaces that include a large living room with stone fireplace and Jetmaster’ open fire, a dining/family room with brick fireplace, a fitted dining kitchen complemented by a utility room and a guest cloakroom. The light and airy spacious garden room has underfloor heating as does the adjacent study/bedroom five.

The first floor has four double bedrooms that are serviced by a four piece bathroom and a further cloakroom/toilet. The delightful garden has a large patio, sweeping lawn and the backdrop of open countryside. Features of the home include parking for multiple vehicles, a large garage/workshop, double glazed timber sash windows, shutters, high ceilings, fireplaces and gas central heating. No Chain.

Quemerford, Quemerford Village, Calne


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 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.

A balustrade staircase rises to the first floor with space underneath for storage or display. Doors give access to the living room and the rear hall.

LIVING ROOM 17’9 x 17 (5.41m x 0.43m)
A large bay window with double glazed timber sashes and original working shutters looks out over the front garden. The focal point of the room is a stone fireplace containing a ‘Jetmaster’ open wood burning fire. An original ceramic pull for the servants bell is located in the room. This imposing room with high ceilings can happily accommodate numerous items of large living room furniture.

REAR HALL 9’1 x 3’6 (2.77m x 1.07m)
The rear hall gives access to the dining/family room, dining kitchen and garden room. It features a set of original brass servants bells.

DINING/FAMILY ROOM 12’7 x 12’6 (3.84m x 3.81m)
This spacious room could accommodate a large dining table, chairs and further dining room furniture or sofas and living room furniture. A brick chimney breast, fireplace and hearth has been opened up ready for renovation. An original ceramic pull for the servants bell is located here. The large original timber sash window with working shutters looks into the garden room and to the garden beyond.

DINING KITCHEN 14’6 X 14’3 (4.42m X 4.34m)
A large room fitted with a selection of wall and base cabinets including a glass fronted display unit, work surfaces, an inset one and a half sink with drainer, under cabinet lighting and tiled splashbacks. There is space for a cooker and fridge and access to the utility room. The room is spacious enough to accommodate a large dining table and chairs. The large original timber sash window with working shutters looks into the garden room and garden beyond.

UTILITY ROOM 7’6 x 5’6 (2.29m x 1.68m)
A window looks into the garden room and there is a further picture window to the study. Room for a washing machine, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. Gas central heating boiler.

GARDEN ROOM 22’3 x 8’9 (6.78m x 2.67m)
This magnificent light and airy room offers many possible uses with a stone floor and under floor heating. Full length windows look out over the garden and countryside beyond and a large glazed roof offers views of the sky. Two large French doors open out onto the rear patio and expand the living space in fine weather. Double pine doors open to the garden lobby and a door gives access to the study/ bedroom five.

STUDY/BEDROOM FIVE 11’6 x 8’6 (3.51m x 2.59m)
A dual aspect room with windows that look out onto the rear patio and over the rear garden. A very pleasant place to study/work or alternatively could provide comfortable guest accommodation. Stone floor and under floor heating.

GARDEN LOBBY 8’2 x 4′ (2.49m x 1.22m)
A glazed door opens to the rear patio and garden. Further doors give access to the guest cloakroom and to the garage. Stone floor.

GUEST CLOAKROOM 5′ x 4’9 (1.52m x 1.45m)
Stone floor and a skylight window. Pedestal wash basin and a water closet. The room features an exposed brick wall.

A long landing featuring a tall picture window with stained/obscure glass, an old brass servants bell and space for display furniture. Doors give access to the bedrooms and bathroom. A separate staircase leads to bedroom four and the guest cloakroom.

BEDROOM ONE 12’10 x 12’4 (3.91m x 3.76m)
A double glazed timber sash window gives a view out over the front garden. There is room for a super king-size bed and further items of large bedroom furniture. A tiled fire surround provides the focal point of the room and there is a pull for the upstairs servants bell.

BEDROOM TWO 12’9 x 11’3 (3.89m x 3.43m)
From this room there is a lovely view out over the rear garden and countryside beyond through a double glazed timber sash window. There is room for a super king-size bed and extra items of large furniture. A tiled fire surround provides the focal point of the room.

BEDROOM THREE 12’6 x 9′ maximum measurements (3.81m x 2.74m maximum measurements)
A sash window offers a view out over the front garden. The room can accommodate a double bed and extra furniture and would also make an ideal office/study.

A spacious bathroom with quality sanitary ware and tiled finishes. The suite offers a timber panelled enclosed bath, water closet, pedestal wash basin and a shower cubicle. Other features include a period style radiator with chrome towel rail, an over basin mirror with dresser lights, a shaver point and a storage cupboard housing the water softener. A large double glazed timber sash window half of which is obscure glass, overlooks the rear garden.

BEDROOM FOUR 11’10 x 10’9 (3.61m x 3.28m)
The final bedroom is spacious enough for a double bed and furniture to accompany and has a built in double wardrobe with pine doors. The original fireplace with ornate hearth and a pull for the servants bell provide period features. A double glazed timber sash window looks out over the rear garden and countryside beyond.

Water closet and a wash basin. Window.

A gate opens to a block pathway leading to the front door. The garden has a hedge screen, lawn, flowerbeds and a shingled pot plant display area.

Gates open to a block paving driveway that lead to the attached garage and a pathway leads to the front door. The drive allows secure parking for a number of vehicles.

ATTACHED GARAGE 23’9 x 8’10 (7.24m x 2.69m)
Vehicle access is via two doors from the front drive. There is space for a car with a workshop area to the rear of the garage where a door gives access to the garden lobby. Power and light. Bell pull for servants bell.

The garden is organised to offer areas of different character. Adjacent to the home is a large patio area that is a perfect place for outside dining, lounging and entertaining. The majority of the garden offers a large flat lawn for recreation and is bounded by well stocked flowerbeds and a cultivation bed. At the end of the garden there are views over open countryside.

STORE/SHED 13′ x 5’9 (3.96m x 1.75m)
To one side of the garden are store sheds. One shed has an open side.

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