A village home that has wonderful southerly rural views, gorgeous finishes and great accommodation. The ground floor has an expansive living dining kitchen, a formal hall, living room, utility boot room and a guest cloakroom. The living room and the living dining kitchen both open out onto the garden. The first floor features a gallery study, a family bathroom, dresser hall and three bedrooms that include a master with en-suite. The top floor has a studio bedroom and all bedrooms enjoy far reaching southerly views. Outside there is parking for four vehicles and the garden has a large patio for entertaining, a deck and a sizeable lawn for recreation. Double glazing and gas central heating.
The home is placed in the Lower Compton area of Calne close to some of the most beautiful countryside Wiltshire has to offer. From here as you travel east you pass Cherhill White Horse, Silbury Hill, Historic Avebury and then to Marlborough. This route also takes you to the M4 eastbound to London. To the west is Calne that is steeped in history, the home of Wiltshire Ham and the discovery of Oxygen. Further west is Chippenham, Bath and the M4 westbound. A short trip south takes you to North Wilts Golf Course, a Nature Reserve and Devizes- famous for Caen Hill Locks and canal.
The home has been extended in recent years and now offers wonderful living space coupled with quality fittings (including Oak doors). The backdrop to the home is countryside and hill top views in the distance. A brief outline of the home is as follows:
Formal Hall (12'6 x 8' narrowing to 4' (3.81m x 2.44m narrowing to 1.22m))
Stairs with balustrade rise up to the first floor. Doors give access to the living room and to the living dining kitchen. Wood floor and there are double doors to under stairs storage. Room for display furniture.
Living Room (14'3 x 12'9 (4.34m x 3.89m))
Glazed French doors open out onto the rear patio and garden- extending the living space in fine weather. There is room for a number of sofas and further furniture. A door gives access to the living dining kitchen.
Living Dining Kitchen (22'3 x 21'9 l shaped (6.78m x 6.63m lshaped))
An open l-shaped space offering natural areas for living, dining and interacting. The space is arranged as follows:
Family Dining Space (21'9 x 8'1 (6.63m x 2.46m))
A wide opening gives access to the breakfast kitchen space. A dual aspect is offered from two windows. One window looks to the front and a further window gives a view out over the rear garden. This generous space allows for a large dining table and chairs, sofa and further furniture.
Breakfast Kitchen Space (14'3 x 12' (4.34m x 3.66m))
The culinary area of the space features an island unit with woodblock worktop that overhangs to allow for barstools. This unit has deep drawers. The remainder of the room has a selection of fitted wall and floor cabinets with woodblock work surfaces. There is an integrated dishwasher, pan drawers and a larder cupboard. Inset is an enamel sink and drainer. A feature of the room is a range cooker with extractor hood over. The room allows for a large American-style fridge freezer. Glazed French doors open out onto the rear patio and garden.
Utility Boot Room (8' x 5'9 (2.44m x 1.75m))
There are fitted cabinets with woodblock worktops and an inset stainless steel sink. Space has been allowed for a washing machine and a dryer. There is also a built-in wine fridge. A glazed door leads out to the front and a door opens to the guest cloakroom.
Guest Cloakroom (8' x 2'9 (2.44m x 0.84m))
Window with privacy glass. Water closet and a pedestal wash basin. Chrome towel rail radiator.
Gallery Study Landing (8'8 x 8'3 (2.64m x 2.51m))
A balustrade sections off an area for study. There is room for a desk and further furniture. Two windows look out to the front. A door leads to bedroom two and an opening leads to the inner hall.
Bedroom Two (13' x 10' plus wardrobes (3.96m x 3.05m plus wardrobes))
This bedroom enjoys far-reaching views and is the bonus of an extensive range built-in wardrobes to one side. Room is available for a super king-size bed and further bedroom furniture.
Inner Hall (8' x 3' (2.44m x 0.91m))
From here doors give access to the main bathroom, bedroom three and to the dresser landing.
Bedroom Three (10' x 8' (3.05m x 2.44m))
Another room with far-reaching views. There is space for a double bed and extra furniture.
Family Bathroom (8'6 x 8'1 (2.59m x 2.46m))
The suite offers a water closet, wash basin set into a vanity cabinet and a shaped bath with screen and rain head shower. There is a chrome towel rail radiator and a window with privacy glass. Quality tile finishes.
Dresser Landing (8' x 8'3 (2.44m x 2.51m))
From here a door opens to the master bedroom and a balustrade staircase rises up to the top floor fourth bedroom. A window enjoys far-reaching views and there is space for a dressing table.
Master Bedroom (16'9 x 6'9 (5.11m x 2.06m))
A window looks out over the garden and to the countryside beyond. There is room for a double bed and extra furniture. A door opens to the master en-suite and there is a deep wardrobe to complement.
Deep Wardrobe (4' x 3'4 (1.22m x 1.02m))
This wardrobe is plentiful hanging and good depth.
Master En-Suite (12'8 x 3'10 (3.86m x 1.17m))
Spacious master suite with quality tile finishes and a window with privacy glass. There is a double walk-in shower, water closet and a wash basin set into a vanity cabinet. Chrome towel rail radiator and a recess for display.
Bedroom Four (13'4 x 12'10 including staircase (4.06m x 3.91m including staircase))
Placed to the top of the home this space has a window that offers wonderful far-reaching views. A balustrade forms a gallery and there is room for a super king-size bed and extra furnishing. There is some head height restriction and was extra storage provided under eaves.
The garden area is shingled for ease of maintenance and pot plant display. A path leads to the front door which has a storm awning over and a gate gives access down the side to the rear garden.
Four Vehicle Parking
The home has a brick hard standing offering the opportunity to park up to three vehicles. To the side is an extra shingled area for a further vehicle.
Enclosed Rear Garden
Adjacent to the home is a deep and a wide patio area ideal for outside dining and entertaining. From here you step out onto a wide flat lawn for recreation a lounging. The far end of the garden has a deck area which offers a further place for dining and lounging also. The garden enjoys a wonderful rural backdrop.
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The Bowood, Bell Meadow, Sand Pit Road, Calne SN11
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