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This delightful four bedroom semi detached house was originally three cottages with parts dating back to 1750, beautifully updated in recent years it maintains much charm and character and plenty of original features. Off the elegant entrance hall is a triple aspect sitting room with a fabulous exposed stone and wood working fireplace, leading to a bright and airy conservatory which offers plenty of flexible living space with views to the garden. The kitchen has a splendid amount of storage with the addition of an adjoining utility area; it includes a stainless steel range style cooker, a mix of granite and wood work surfaces and butler sink. An excellent breakfast room offers plenty of dining space with a lovely inglenook fireplace, solid wood floors and fitted cupboards and granite surfaces, steps lead to a family room/ snug. There is also a guest shower room/WC off the kitchen plus storage under the stairs.
On the first floor there is a spacious master bedroom with a range of fitted wardrobes and steps up to a stunning en suite shower room. There are a further three bedrooms, one with a fitted wardrobe and a charming family bathroom. On the landing there is an area suitable for a study/reading space. The house has been tastefully decorated with plenty of attention to detail, and mixes old and new perfectly.
The small rural hamlet of Quemerford is on the outskirts of the village of Cherhill. The picturesque village of Cherhill is known for its White Horse cut into the chalk hillside and the Landsdowne obelisk on the Cherhill Downs. The village has a primary school, a public house, and church. Extensive amenities are offered by the nearby towns of Marlborough, Calne and Devizes, while the larger centres of Chippenham and Swindon both have rail services to London Paddington and access to the M4. There are excellent schools in the area including, Marlborough College, Dauntsey’s, St Mary’s and St Margaret’s, Calne. The surrounding countryside is designated as An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with many footpaths and bridleways.
The house is approached by a large drive with plenty of parking and access to the large workshop/garage. Here there is a tranquil seating area overlooking the brook and next to open fields. The beautiful landscaped garden is mainly laid to lawn with well stocked borders and shrubs, several trees, paths and lovely summer house. Adjoining the house are several seating areas, perfect for outside entertaining, with a large enclosed patio to the rear with a pond. There is also a wood store, additional stone storage shed, plus second entrance to the house via the utility area.
Master Bedroom with En suite Shower Room
Three Further Bedrooms
Guest Shower Room/Cloakroom
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