The home is placed in the Quemerford area 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 then to Marlborough. This route also takes you to the M4 eastbound to London. To the west is Calne that is steeped in history being known as 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 Caen Hill Locks and canal.
An outline of the home in a little more detail is as follows;
From here there is access to the front door.
ENTRANCE HALL 10’9 x 6’6 including staircase (3.28m x 1.98m including staircase)
Doors open to the living room and to the kitchen breakfast room. A balustrade staircase rises to the first floor and there is a store cupboard under. Leaded light effect windows with rose and leaf artwork surround the entrance door. The entrance door as a privacy glass insert with leaded light effect roles and leaf.
LIVING ROOM 13′ x 12′ (3.96m x 3.66m)
A leaded light effect window looks out over the front garden and countryside beyond. Stripped wood floor and the focal point of a tiled fire surround with tile hearth. There is room for a number of sofas and further furniture.
KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM 12’6 x 8’7 (3.81m x 2.62m)
A window looks out over the rear garden and there is a side access door with glass panel. Stainless steel sink with double drainer and open unit under. Space for a cooker and further machinery. Walk-in store cupboard. There is room for a breakfast table and chairs. A door opens to the dining room. Gas central heating boiler.
DINING ROOM 12’6 x 10′ (3.81m x 3.05m)
A window offers a view down the rear garden. Being adjacent to the kitchen means that it is ideal for interaction with dinner guests. There is room for a dining table, chairs and extra furnishing. Tile fire surround and tile hearth. Stripped wood floors.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Doors give access to the bedrooms, bathroom and to the water closet. Window to the side. Stripped wood floor.
BEDROOM ONE 13′ x 10’6 (3.96m x 3.20m)
A window looks out to the front and offers far-reaching views of countryside beyond. There is room for a large double bed and extra bedroom furniture. Stripped wood floor.
BEDROOM TWO 12’6 x 10′ (3.81m x 3.05m)
Another double bedroom with space for a large double bed also. A window views down the rear garden and over countryside beyond. There is space for extra bedroom furniture too.
BEDROOM THREE 10’4 x 8 maximum (3.15m x 0.20m maximum)
The final bedroom can accommodate a double bed if required and extra furniture. Built-in wardrobe. A window looks out to the front and over countryside beyond.
BATHROOM 6′ x 5’9 (1.83m x 1.75m)
Panel enclosed bath and a pedestal wash basin. Window with privacy glass.
WATER CLOSET 5’6 x 3’2 (1.68m x 0.97m)
Window with privacy glass and a water closet.
EXTRA FRONT GARDEN
The home is place off a private crescent. Across from the home is a garden area that is laid to lawn. This could be converted to create extra parking for the home as others have done.
ENCLOSED FRONT GARDEN
The garden has an ornamental wall surround and a path from the drive to the open porch and front door.
The drive runs down the side of the home and is over 11ft in width. There is parking for a multitude of vehicles.
REAR ENCLOSED GARDEN
The garden is fence enclosed and is placed adjacent to fields/farm land. The garden is generous in size and would be ideal for future recreation, relaxation or cultivation.