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Walter Sutton Close

Guide Price £425,000
Receptions X2
Bedrooms X3
Bathrooms X 2

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Key Features:


A detached three bedroom bungalow enjoying a southerly landscaped garden, multiple parking and a garage. A large 21’6 x 15’10 (6.55m x 4.83m) living room looks out over the landscaped garden. A wide arch opens into a dining area (formerly bedroom three and can easily be reinstated). There is an entrance hall, guest cloakroom and a fitted kitchen. Next to the living room is a vaulted conservatory looking over the garden also.
An inner hall leads to the bedrooms (with two being large doubles) and a shower room with triple shower.
From the hall there is the advantage of a door to the garage. The rear garden is a joy with the backdrop of woodland and a southerly aspect. There is a large patio for entertaining, lawn and shaped well stocked flower beds. gas central heating and double glazing.


Curzon Park is placed moments from Calne’s centre. The centre of Calne has a Heritage Quarter that features a Norman Church, Merchant Green, quaint shops and the River Marden. Calne centre has supermarkets, bistros, restaurants and a good selection of independent shops. There are numerous medical centres and pharmacies also. Recent times has seen the opening of a Tesco Superstore on the edge of town and the area has numerous primary schools plus a secondary school. There is also a regular bus service, ‘The Number 55’ that connects Chippenham to Swindon train stations and all the villages in-between. The bus stop is a short distance away.

The home is literally on the doorstep of country walks and Calne is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside that Wiltshire has to offer. There are routes westerly to Derry Hill, Bowood, Chippenham, Bath and the M4 westbound. To the the north is Lyneham, Royal Wootton Basset, Swindon and the M4 eastbound to London. Easterly along the A4 you will come to the Cherhill White Horse, Historic Avebury, Silbury Hill and then onto Marlborough.

Doors give access to the guest cloakroom, living room and to the garage.

Contemporary vanity cabinet with wash basin and a water closet. Tile finishes and a window with privacy glass. Towel rail radiator.

LIVING ROOM 6.55m x 4.83m (21’6 x 15’10)
A bright, expansive living space that offers various options for sizeable living room furniture. This room features a stone fire surround and hearth, topped by a timber mantle that provides an attractive focal point. Patio doors slide open onto the rear garden to expand the living space when the weather is fine, there is also an additional window looking onto the garden. There is a wide opening to the dining area (bedroom 3 if you wish), a door to the kitchen, a door to the conservatory and a door to the inner hall.

DINING AREA/BEDROOM THREE 2.46m x 2.16m (8’1 x 7’1)
Formerly the third bedroom, this versatile space has been seamlessly incorporated into the main living area to create a spacious “L” shaped room with a defined dining area. The original door remains to enable this room to be returned to bedroom three, according to preference. A window looks out to the side.

CONSERVATORY 3.96m x 3.30m (13′ x 10’10)
A lovely living area that overlooks this private garden. It has a vaulted ceiling (with opening air vent) with glazing to three sides; includes a radiator and power points, offering a flexible space when it comes to furnishing. There is also an external power point from the conservatory.

FITTED KITCHEN 2.97m x 2.79m (9’9 x 9’2)
A window looks out to the side entrance area where you may wish to consider creating a small kitchen garden that’s accessed direct from your glazed back door. In this room you will find a selection of fitted wall and floor cabinets with work surfaces. This includes illuminated glass fronted display cabinets and ample drawers. There’s space for an integrated washing machine and a built-in larder fridge. Inset gas hob with extractor hood with an AEG eye level double electric oven. Tiled walls above worktops with inset sink and drainer and a Monarch water softener. The vendor advises that plumbing has been allowed for a future dishwasher if required.

Doors give access to the bedrooms and shower room. There are two useful storage cupboards, one that’s an airing cupboard. Hatch to loft space (boarded down the centre) that’s accessed by a pull-down ladder.

MASTER BEDROOM 4.42m x 3.07m (14’6 x 10’1)
A window offers a view out over the front. There is space for a super king-size bed and further generous items of bedroom furniture.

BEDROOM TWO 3.66m x 2.97m (12′ x 9’9)
A window offers a view to the side. The bedroom can accommodate a large double bed and further furniture to complement.

SHOWER ROOM 2.16m x 2.13m (7’1 x 7′)
This room features a triple walk-in shower and screen. There is a water closet and a vanity cabinet with wash basin. Chrome towel rail radiator. Dresser lights and space for display. Window with privacy glass.

The approach to the home is via a generous Herringbone brick driveway with parking for several vehicles. The drive leads to the garage and to the front access door. There is a shaped lawn with flower bed and a side access gate.

ATTACHED GARAGE 5.41m x 2.74m (17’9 x 9′)
Front access from vehicles is by an electronically operated roller door. There is a personal door to the entrance hall. Power and light.

The rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect, a pleasing woodland backdrop and rural views to one side. Adjacent to the property and conservatory is a large patio area that’s perfect for outside dining, relaxing and entertaining. This easy to maintain garden features a shaped lawn surrounded by a number of well-stocked seasonal flower beds.

Screened by a trellis, the side garden area provides access to the front of the property via a gate. This area is ideal for discreet storage (including bins) and cultivation. It also includes a shed, together with an outside tap. There is hard standing for an additional shed.

Council Tax Band – D

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