The home is placed in the Quemerford area of Calne and on the edge of some of the most beautiful countryside Wiltshire has to offer. Wessington Park, as the name suggests, has the focal point of a recreational park. The Quemerford area features two converted Historic Mills with one having a Mill Leat.
As you travel east you pass Cherhill White Horse, Silbury Hill, Historic Avebury and then 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, plus the discovery of Oxygen. Further west is Chippenham, Bath and the M4 westbound.
Glazed double doors open to the entrance hall. Tile floor
Staircase leads down to the large living space and rise to the upper floors. Doors give access to the utility room and to the breakfast kitchen.
UTILITY BOOT ROOM
A glazed door leads out to the covered outside hall and a door gives access to the guest cloakroom. There are wall and floor cabinets with work surfaces and an inset stainless steel sink. There is plumbing for washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. Cupboard housing central heating boiler.
GUEST CLOAKROOM 5’6 x 3′ (1.68m x 0.91m)
Water closet with concealed cistern and shelf display over. Wash basin set into a vanity cabinet and tile finishes.
FITTED BREAKFAST KITCHEN 12’9 x 10’9 (3.89m x 3.28m)
The room is arranged to offer space for a breakfast table. A window offers a view out over the front landscaped garden. There is a selection of fitted wall and floor cabinets with worktops. Inset ceramic sink with mixer taps. Inset double electric oven and an electric hob with hood over. Integrated are a dishwasher and a fridge freezer. Access to the vaulted dining room. Tile finishes.
VAULTED DINING ROOM 12’4 x 10’7 (3.76m x 3.23m)
A dual aspect room that features a vaulted ceiling of around 11ft 10″ (3.61m) in height. A window views out over the rear garden and glazed French doors open out onto the front hard standing garden area. This expands living space in fine weather. There is room for a large dining table, chairs and further dining room furniture. Being adjacent to the kitchen it allows for interaction with dinner guests.
LIVING ROOM 23’6 x 13′ (7.16m x 3.96m)
This expansive room offers wonderful views out over the large rear landscaped garden. There is a window and glazed patio doors open onto the large rear patio. Again it expands living in times of good weather. The focal point of the room is a fireplace with log burning stove. Wall lights. There is ample room for numerous sofas and further large items of furniture.
HALF & FIRST FLOOR LANDINGS
The half landing gives access to the rear bedrooms- one & three. The first floor landing gives access to bedroom three and to the family bathroom.
BEDROOM ONE 14′ x 10’10 (4.27m x 3.30m)
A window gives a view out over the rear garden, the river plus rural views beyond. There is space for a super king-size bed and extra furniture. Two recessed double wardrobes.
BERDROOM THREE 12’7 x 9’2 (3.84m x 2.79m)
This room also has a window that views out over the rear garden, the river and countryside beyond. There is room for a double bed and further furniture to complement.
BEDROOM TWO 13’9 x 10’10 (4.19m x 3.30m)
A window gives a view out over the front landscaped garden. There is room for a super king-size bed and extra furniture to complement. There is a built-in dressing table, two built-in double wardrobes and high level storage.
FIVE PIECE FAMILY BATHROOM 12’6 x 6’1 (3.81m x 1.85m)
A spacious bathroom that includes a water closet, bidet, separate shower cubicle, panel enclosed bath and a wash basin set into a vanity that has store cupboards, drawers and a tile top. Window with privacy glass and an extractor fan.
OUTSIDE COVERED HALL
A glazed access door to the front garden and this covered area gives access to the utility boot room and to the office/bedroom four.
OFFICE/BEDROOM FOUR 15’4 x 8’6 (4.67m x 2.59m)
A glazed access door and two windows give a dual aspect including a view down the rear garden. A wonderful space to work from home or as an extra bedroom for guests, relative or teenagers.
The room has heating, lighting, a separate phone line and an internet connection. The positioning of the utility/ cloakroom and bathroom should enable a future bathroom/shower room to be placed close by (subject to necessary permissions).
In front of the garage is a drive that can accommodate two cars quite comfortably.
A the garage is power and light and a window gives a view out over the rear.
FRONT LANDSCAPED GARDEN
The front garden area has been beautifully landscaped and gives a wonderful backdrop to the kitchen and dining room. The garden is tiered to include flowerbeds that have mature planting an ornamental trees plus a shaped lawn. At the lower level is a wide shingled area that offers a very pleasant retreat. It can happily accommodate numerous items of outside garden furniture. From here there is gated access to the rear garden.
REAR LANDSCAPED GARDEN
The garden offers many areas of different character. Adjacent to the home is a large patio area that is ideal for outside dining, entertaining or pure relaxation. The lawn sweeps down to the far end of the garden and offers two flat lawns with a ‘Ha Ha’ midway. It offers many areas for recreation. There are a number of outbuildings, a cultivation area, pond and a hidden retreat. There are numerous shaped flowerbeds with ornamental planting and ornamental trees. A timber and wire fence at the end of the garden offers a view plus a division from the river. Garden features as follows;
GREEN HOUSE 10’3 x 8′ (3.12m x 2.44m)
Substantial construction of both brick and glass. Placed adjacent to the conservation area.
TIMBER SHED 11’10 x 8′ (3.61m x 2.44m)
Placed below the cultivation area around midway down the garden.
RIVERSIDE SUMMER HOUSE a 8’3 x 7’10 plus ver aanda (a2.51m x 2.39m plus ver aanda)
A lovely retreat view out over the river and across the landscaped garden. A great place to study wildlife.
THE RIVER & RIPARIAN RIGHTS
The owners have confirmed that they have riparian rights over their section of the river.
OWNER’S WILDLIFE NOTE
The Owners have noted the following wildlife they have seen
‘Roe and Muntjac deer (across the river), trout (plentiful!), mandarin and mallard ducks (with ducklings), kingfishers, herons, moorhens, water voles, egrets, red kites, buzzards, sparrow hawks, all normal’ garden birds (including goldfinches, siskins, coal tits and long tailed tits, chiffchaffs) green and great spotted woodpeckers, jays, hedgehogs, swans with cygnets, butterflies (all sorts), hawk and tiger moths, bats, and plenty of pond life (frogs, toads, tadpoles, etc.)’.