The period character touches of this lovely country cottage include stripped pine doors and window frames to each room, adding to the appeal. The accommodation is approached through a small front lobby from where double doors open to the sitting room. This features a Bath stone fireplace with wood burner and a front facing window seat. There are enclosed turning stairs to the first floor with a built-in storage cupboard below and a further door leads to a rear lobby. From here, steps descend to a usable cellar and it opens to the kitchen/breakfast room. Fitted with base and wall cabinets with wooden tops, there is ample space for a table on the flagstone floor. A stable door opens to the rear garden path and to the rear of this area is the bathroom. The first floor landing leads to the two bedrooms with a built-in cupboard to the front facing master bedroom.
The property is set in the heart of this truly lovely and much admired Cotswold village which provides level walking access of the day to day facilities. The village is in the Conservation Area of the South Cotswolds where the High Street is made up of predominantly period homes and essential amenities such as a village store, post office, butchers, tea room and a newsagents. There is a popular and well regarded primary school in addition to the excellent Bath schools on offer. A choice of public houses as well as the village church and GP surgery are all located in this thriving community. Approximately eight miles north of Bath, the A420 provides easy access to Bristol and Chippenham and the M4 Motorway.
To the rear is a delightful walled garden providing an attractive area. With a good degree of privacy for recreation and entertaining, the lawn is flanked by well stocked borders with a raised deck to one corner.
Services: All mains connected. Council Tax Band C.
Fireplace and Woodburner
Opposite Village Store