Between this Period Home and Calne centre is an area steeped in History and recently classed as a Heritage Quarter. 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. There are a number of restaurants, cafes, independent shops and supermarkets.
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. Just to the east of the home is Quemerford.
An arched open entrance gives access to the porch. From here you enter the home.
ENTRANCE HALL 3.23m x 0.99m (10’7 x 3’3)
The hall has a tiled floor and there is access to the living room and dining family room.
LIVING ROOM 4.42m x 3.58m (14’6 x 11’9)
The focal point of the room is a fireplace. A bay window looks out over the front garden. There is space for sofas and further living room furniture. A painted wood floor adds to the period feel. Wall lights. Door to the dining family room.
DINING FAMILY ROOM 4.57m x 3.28m (15′ x 10’9)
This room offers space for a dining table, sofa and further furniture. Again there is a painted wood floor. There is a wide opening to the breakfast kitchen making it great for interaction. Stairs rise up to the first floor. There is a further fireplace that holds a working log burner. Picture window to the breakfast kitchen. Under stairs cupboard and a door to the living room.
BREAKFAST KITCHEN 4.19m x 2.39m (13’9 x 7’10)
French doors open out onto the rear garden that expands living space in fine weather. Wide opening to the utility area. Centrally there is a ‘Butchers Block’ island unit ideal for bar stools. To one side are fitted cabinets with an inset double oven, hob, and a contemporary hood over. On the opposite side are a unit with stainless steel top, two basins, and a mixer tap. Tile finishes. Tile floor.
UTILITY ROOM 1.98m x 1.68m (6’6 x 5’6)
Skylight window. Door to the guest cloakroom. Space for a fridge freezer and plumbing for the washing machine. Tile floor.
GUEST CLOAKROOM 1.32m x 1.32m (4’4 x 4’4)
Water closet and a wash basin. Window. Tile floor.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
From here you can access the first-floor bedrooms and the family bathroom. Stairs rise up to the top floor.
BEDROOM ONE 4.65m x 2.74m (15’3 x 9′)
Two windows view out to the front and toward Holy Trinity Church. There is room for a large double bed and further furniture. There is an extra door so the room could be split into two rooms.
BEDROOM TWO 3.58m x 3.35m (11’9 x 11′)
A window offers a view down the rear garden and over woodland. A fireplace gives a nice focal point to the room. There is space for a large double bed and further furniture.
FAMILY BATHROOM 3.12m x 2.44m (10’3 x 8′)
A spacious bathroom that has a shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin and a water closet. Timber paneling and a claw foot bath continue the period feel. A window with privacy glass. Shaver point. The bathroom offers space for display.
BEDROOM THREE/GUEST 4.22m x 2.67m (13’10 x 8’9)
This bedroom can either be used as the main bedroom or for guests. There is a deep cupboard of around 4′ x 3’8 (1.22m x 1.12m) and access to an en-suite. Space for a double bed. Window.
EN-SUITE 1.22m x 1.12m (4′ x 3’8)
Shower cubicle, water closet and a wash basin. Tile floor and tile finishes.
TOP FLOOR LANDING
Door to the top floor bedroom.
The garden is landscaped with ease of maintenance in mind. Steps gently rise and curve to the front access door and storm porch. There is a selection of mature sculptured bushes and planting.
The garden offers areas of different character and uses. Adjacent to the home is a shingled area that is perfect for outside dining and lounging. A path meanders down to the summer house and is bounded by numerous well-stocked flower beds, shaped lawns, and areas for cultivation. In front of the studio are deck areas for relaxing.
SUMMER HOUSE/STUDIO 3.58m x 3.51m (11’9 x 11’6)
This space offers many possible uses. Office, hobby, recreation, or simply a retreat. There is a laminate floor and double glazed window looking back down the garden.
STORAGE SHED 3.51m x 1.22m (11’6 x 4′)
Attached to the side of the studio.
COUNCIL TAX BAND C