A superbly presented detached 4 bedroom house in a well established part of this stylish development close to open countryside
- Off Road Parking
- Double Garage
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The house forms part of the Redrow Heritage collection which is rooted in the Arts and Crafts movement. It was completed about two years ago and the traditional exterior of brick interspersed with Cotswold stone under a tiled roof reflects the quality of the finish. Internally the property is light and spacious with high ceilings and skirting boards, extremely generous hallways and excellent quality fittings throughout. The current owners have decorated the house with great flair and style and it is presented in immaculate order. There is a wonderful tiled hallway from which all the ground floor rooms lead and to the rear is the kitchen/dining room which is fitted with an excellent range of units and benefits from silestone work surfaces and integrated Smeg appliances including a double oven, induction hob, double fridge/freezer and dishwasher. The kitchen flooring is a pale grey Porcelanosa plank tile and sliding doors open on to the rear garden. Upstairs is a further large hallway which is flooded with light from picture windows. The bedrooms are all good sizes and some benefit from views towards the Cherhill White Horse. All the bathrooms are very well appointed with heated towel rails and the two ensuites have walk in showers.
GARDEN AND GROUNDS
The house has a driveway with parking for 2 cars and an integrated double garage with light and power. The front garden is lawned with borders and there is a side gate to the rear. The garden at the back is landscaped with areas of lawn, gravel, patio and decking. Further benefits of living here include a childrens playpark and a recently planted orchard area for all to enjoy. There is a byway at the end of the road which leads into the countryside making it perfect for walkers.
The house is situated on the edge of the rural town of Calne and within 13 miles of the beautiful market town of Marlborough with its famous wide High Street and Marlborough College. Shops here include Waitrose and Tesco and there is a plethora of independent shops as well as various places to eat out. The surrounding countryside includes the Wessex Ridgeway footpath, and the Bowood Estate with its golf course, historic house and Capability Brown designed gardens is close by. Bristol and Bath are both within easy access and trains to London and the West Country run regularly from Chippenham station (London Paddington 1 hour 15 minutes) which is about 8 miles away. The M4 junction 17 is approximately 12 miles.
Stockley Grange is well place for schools, with both primary and secondary schools within walking distance. Holy Trinity C of E Primary Academy is rated 'good' by Ofsted, with 'outstanding behaviour, personal development and welfare', Calne is also home to first class independent education, with St Mary's School for Girls and St Margarets Prep School serving ages 4 to 18 and rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted.