ACCESS & AREAS CLOSE BY
To the west there are routes to Chippenham, Bath and the M4 westbound. To the north is Lyneham, Royal Wootton Basset, Swindon and the M4 eastbound to London. East along the M4 is Cherhill White Horse, Historic Avebury and Marlborough, Calne is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside that Wiltshire has to offer. The centre of Calne has a Heritage Quarter that features a Norman Church, Merchant Green, quaint shops and the river Marden.
The home is placed in an area of period homes down a private road. Located adjacent to the grounds of the world renowned St Marys School for Girls. Although a short walk away from the multitude of facilities of Calne centre it’s location is tucked away from centre activity. The market town of Calne is famous for the discovery of Oxygen (with experiments at the ‘Doctor’s Pond’) the early settlement of Flemish Weavers and Wiltshire Ham.
Outlined in more detail as follows:
LIVING ROOM 4.55m x 3.45m (14’11 x 11’4)
Upon entering the home via a composite door, you come to the living room. Space allows for multiple sofas and display furniture. Balustrade stairs rise up to the first floor accommodation and a beautiful wooden door leads through to the dining kitchen. A window views out over the front of the home, filling the room with natural light.
DINING KITCHEN 4.52m x 3.35m (14’10 x 11′)
Following on from the living room, you come to the dining kitchen. The room has been arranged allowing natural areas for a dining room table and chairs. The kitchen is modern and has fitted wall and base cabinets. Integrated into the kitchen are a fridge freezer, induction hob, mid-height oven, and a mid-height microwave. Inset to the wooden worktops is a sink and half with a drainer. Under counter lighting and tiled finishings. A window and glazed door open out to the rear garden.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Laid with carpeted flooring is the landing. From here doors lead through to all three of the bedrooms and the family bathroom.
PRINCIPAL BEDROOM 3.48m x 3.43m (11’5 x 11’3)
Benefitting from built-in wardrobes on either side of a chimney breast, is the principal bedroom. Space allows for a king-size bed, bedside tables and further bedroom furniture. A window looks out over the front of the home. Wooden flooring.
BEDROOM TWO 3.35m x 2.62m (11′ x 8’7)
With a window enjoying views out over the rear garden of the home, is bedroom two. Space allows for a double bed, bedside tables and further bedroom furniture. Wooden floors.
BEDROOM THREE 4.39m x 2.03m max (14’5 x 6’8 max )
With a window looking out over the front of the home is bedroom three. This room is an “L” shape and is currently utilised as a home office. However the room can accommodate a single bed and further bedroom furniture if required. Wood flooring. This is where the loft hatch is located.
FOUR PIECE FAMILY BATHROOM 2.95m x 2.49m (9’8 x 8’2)
Complementing the home is this spacious, white suite four-piece family bathroom. The bathroom consists of a panel-enclosed bath, water closet, shower cubicle, and wall-hung vanity unit with an inset wash basin. There is also a full-height towel rail and the room is finished with tiles, spot lighting, and wood flooring. The window with privacy glass opens out over the rear garden.
BOARDED LOFT 5.51m length (18’1 length)
From bedroom three there is a loft hatch, where there is a pulldown ladder to a boarded loft that has power and light.
Outlined in more detail:
Adjacent to the dining kitchen is a landscaped 77 ft rear garden. The garden has areas laid to lawn with flower beds, vegetable patch, and mature trees. There is an area laid with bark and hard standing an ideal space for summer bbq’s or peaceful relaxation. To the bottom of the garden is a newly built shed.
There is an ornamental wall with an array of plants and shrubs. A path leads to the front entrance and a path leads down the side of the home allowing access to the rear garden.
Please note there is a historic right of way across the garden, to access the side access path.