On the ground floor the hallway leads through to the sitting room which is dual aspect and enjoys a cosy open fire with wood burning stove. Adjacent is the dining room which also has it's own fireplace and a lovely bay window with views to the front of the property. The kitchen benefits from an
Rayburn in addition to the conventional oven, a good selection of fitted units, and ample room for a breakfast table and chairs. To the rear of the kitchen is a good size utility room with a Belfast sink, and a convenient downstairs shower room. Continuing on the ground floor, a useful
conservatory opens out onto a screened courtyard area of the front garden offering privacy and a quiet place to relax.
Upstairs there are 2 good size light airy bedrooms, a single bedroom and a family bathroom.
Grounds & Gardens
The property is approached by a long driveway, which allows right of access to the neighbours property. To the front of the property there is an attached garage and mature gardens with various shrubs and trees.
The large rear garden has been divided into two separate areas using screening and clever planting. The first part of the garden has been planted with various shrubs and enjoys a water feature. This leads through to a
substantial area allocated for growing vegetables and fruit trees, leading down to the bottom of the garden which backs onto farmland. To the side of the property is the paddock which is fenced and screened. The views from the paddock and rear garden are quite wonderful. Looking
across the surrounding countryside. A substantial outbuilding to the side could be used as a workshop, garage or store and has a small livestock pen at the back.
The property is situated in a delightful rural hamlet, close to the market town of Calne. Calne provides a comprehensive range of amenities including a choice of shops and supermarkets, sports centre with indoor swimming pool, public library, churches and schooling for all age groups.
Calne is an expanding north Wiltshire town within easy travelling distance of nearby larger centres which include Chippenham (6 miles) and Swindon (18 miles). Junctions 16 and 17 of the M4 Motorway are both easily accessible from the town, whilst a mainline railway station at Chippenham
provides regular services to London Paddington.
There is a good choice of both state and private schooling in the area, and for those with recreational interests there are golf courses at Chippenham (North Wilts) and Bowood, horse riding at Hampsley Hollow and fishing and walks at Blackland Lakes.
On leaving Chippenham follow A4 to Calne. Take the Bevers Brook Bypass follow fishers brook sign and turn left take the next immediate left then follow the right hand track down to the garage you can see in the distance (not the track to the Farm)
To find out more about this property and its location please contact our Chippenham office
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"A delightful property situated in a little hamlet on the edge of the town, which enjoys views over the surrounding farmland towards Bremhill"
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