Enjoying a prime position in an almost semi-rural position on the edge of unspoiled countryside enjoying a fine rural outlook in the hamlet of Quemerford.
This impressive detached house is situated in a private and tucked away position set in large very private gardens.
The accommodation briefly comprises imposing reception hall with a cloakroom, drawing room with the rather special feature of an inglenook fireplace, this is open plan to the stylish and contemporary kitchen/family room. There is a separate dining room for more formal dinner parties and a separate study.
On the first floor is a master bedroom with en suite, guest bedroom with en suite, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The large delightful gardens are incredibly private and enjoy fine open views, you can enjoy a chilled glass of wine on the decked terrace as you take in the intoxicating views. There is an enclosed area with pergola, so that you can enjoy the hot tub in all weathers and a useful garden store.
Warmed by gas central heating and enhanced by double glazing.
Electric double gates lead to a driveway which provides generous parking for up to six vehicles and leads to a double detached garage with a roller shutter door.
A really special family home in a very private and secluded setting or alternatively suitable for a retired couple who need the space for grand children to come and stay.
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)and Marlborough(13 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. 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. There are also the archaeological sites of Avebury Stone Circle, Kennet Long Barrow and Silbury Hill within easy travelling distance.