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Valley View, Calne

Guide Price £350,000
Receptions X3
Bedrooms X4
Bathrooms X 2

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Key Features:
  • QUICK SALE REQUIRED
  • FOUR BED DETACHED
  • LARGE DRIVEWAY
  • LANDSCAPED GARDEN
  • FITTED DINING KITCHEN
  • LIVING ROOM WITH WORKING LOG BURNER
  • BATHROOM & EN-SUITE

Description

QUICK SALE REQUIRED! A detached home with a deep front garden and drive that allows for multiple vehicle parking. There are four bedrooms, three of which are fitted with wardrobes and complemented by a family bathroom and an en-suite to the master. The ground floor offers a generous entrance porch and an entrance hall. The lounge is dual aspect and features a working log burner. The dining kitchen has quality fitted cabinets and comes with a ‘Range’ cooker plus built in appliances. This room also has a dual aspect plus a stone tile floor. Looking out over the rear garden is a conservatory that is arranged to offer two separate living spaces. The garden has been recently landscaped allowing natural areas for lounging and dining during the warmer month’s. Gas central heating, double glazing.

Valley View, Calne

Rooms

THE AREA
The home is placed just to the south of Calne centre. Close by are country walks and it is a gentle stroll to the multiple facilities of the town. Not far from the home is the Heritage Quarter of Calne. There is the Norman Church and close by is the large Merchants Green surrounded by impressive period homes. There are quaint shops on Church Street and a walkway takes you to St Marys Courtyard which has a Bistro. As you walk down Church Street you will come to Calne centre, passing the river Marden and enjoying a host of facilities. Calne is famous for Wiltshire Ham and the Discovery of Oxygen.

ACCESS & AREAS CLOSE BY
The home is placed to the south of Calne centre. Close by are country walks and it is a gentle stroll to the multiple facilities of the town. To the east, down the A4, you will pass Cherhill White Horse, Historic Avebury and then onto Marlborough. To the west is Chippenham, Bath and the M4 westbound. To the north is Royal Wootton Bassett and the M4 eastbound. South is the market town of Devizes.

THE HOME
An outline of the home is as follows:

FRONT PORCH
A generous porch leads to the front access door. Ideal for outdoor clothing and storing wood for the log burner.

ENTRANCE HALL
An entrance hall with stairs raising to the the first floor accommodation. Space allows for display furniture and a walk in store cupboard. Doors lead to the dining kitchen and to the living room. Finished with tiled flooring.

LIVING ROOM15’9 x 12’4 (4.80m x 3.76m)
A generous sized duel aspect room, which has ample space for multiple sofas and further display furniture. The focal point being a working log burner with a wood surround.. A window views out over the front garden and patio doors open to the left hand side of the conservatory.

DINING KITCHEN19’9 x 8’5 (6.02m x 2.57m)
Another duel aspect room which has been organised to give a natural area for a moderate dining table and chairs. There is also room for display furniture such as a dresser. There is a selection of fitted wall and floor cabinets with wood block work surfaces. A lovely feature is a ‘Range Cooker’ with stainless steel chimney hood over. Integrated fridge freezer washing machine and dish washer. Inset enamel sink and drainer. Tile finishes and a stone tile floor. The room has a dual aspect with windows that look out over the front drive, plus a view into the right hand side of the conservatory. A door leads to the rear lobby.

REAR LOBBY
From here doors open to the conservatory and to the guest cloakroom. Stone tile floor and a bespoke built storage unit.

GUEST CLOAKROOM
The guest cloakroom comprises of a water closet and wash basin. Tile floor and tile finishes.

THE CONSERVATORY
At the rear of the home is a large conservatory that has been split into two separate living spaces by a stud wall, this room can be easily opened up into one room if one wishes to do so. Fitted with heating and light. Arranged as follows:

RIGHT SIDE OF THE CONSERVATORY10’3 x 7’3 (3.12m x 2.21m)
This space has windows to two sides and a patio door to the garden. A door opens to the left hand side of the conservatory area. This area is currently used as a storage utility area. Tiled flooring.

LEFT SIDE OF THE CONSERVATORY/ STUDY11’6 x 7’6 (3.51m x 2.29m)
Currently utilised as a study, windows look out over the rear landscaped garden. Accessed from the living room and the right hand side of the conservatory.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
The landing has a balustrade staircase and a window looks out over the rear garden. Doors lead to the main bathroom and all four bedrooms.

MASTER BEDROOM15’6 x 7’6 (4.72m x 2.29m)
With a window looking out over the front of the home, this master bedroom can accommodate a double bed, bedside table and further storage furniture. This room has the added benefit of a built in wardrobe. A door opens to the en-suite.

MASTER EN-SUITE7’6 x 3’4 (2.29m x 1.02m)
With tiled finishing, this en-suite consists of a corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin and a water closet. A window opens out over the rear of the home.

BEDROOM TWO12’9 x 8’6 (3.89m x 2.59m)
Located at the front of the home, bedroom two can accommodate a double bed, bedside tables and further storage furniture. This room also has the added benefit of a fitted wardrobe. A window offers a view out over the front garden.

BEDROOM THREE11’4 x 7’3 plus (3.45m x 2.21m plus)
With the benefit of a built in wardrobe and a storage cupboard above the stairs, bedroom three can accommodate a double bed and further bedroom furniture. A window also opens out over the front of the home.

BEDROOM FOUR7’8 x 7’2 (2.34m x 2.18m)
The final bedroom would make a generous single bedroom or a small double. A window views out over the landscaped rear garden.

FAMILY BATHROOM
Beautifully finished, the family bathroom has a tiled floor and attractive stone tile finishes. The bathroom comprises of a panel enclosed bath, wash basin and a water closet. A window opens out over the rear of the home.

EXTERIOR
Outlined as follows:

FRONT GARDEN
The home is set well back allowing for both a deep front garden and drive. To one side is a long flat lawn with shingled path leading to the front porch and access.

WIDE BRICK DRIVE
The drive is double width and can comfortably accommodate multiple vehicles. Laid to brick in a Herringbone pattern. The drive leads to the garage.

INTEGRAL GARAGE AND STORE
Access to the garage is from an up and over door to the front. There is a store section at the rear and a glazed door opens onto the rear garden.

REAR ENCLOSED GARDEN
An excellent rear garden which has been recently landscaped to allow natural areas for lounge and dinning during the warmer months. Adjacent to the home is a large patio area ideal for dining. Beyond the patio area, the middle section of the garden has been laid with artificial turf, ideal for children. The bottom of the garden has been laid with composite deck boards giving an ideal space garden furniture and lounging. Raised sleeper flower beds to the boarders of the garden, planted with ornamental trees and bushes. Fitted with outdoor decorative lighting and a water feature. A door gives access to the garage and a gate gives access to the front of the home.

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