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Located to the west of Bath and in an elevated country lane, this charming period cottage was converted from the village old brewery to form the current row of cottages. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and has been extended to the rear. The front porch opens into a sitting room with engineered wood floor continuing to the dining room. Stairs rise to the first floor with a cupboard below and there is a wood burner within the fireplace making a focal point of the room. A window and door open to the kitchen dining room with shaker style units under wood effect tops. An oil fired Raeburn provides primary cooking and heating system with a ceramic hob for additional cooking. There are recesses for appliances, a utility cupboard and a cloakroom to the rear. A pair of glazed doors open to the garden from the dining area and a wooden stable door leads out from the kitchen. The first floor comprises a front facing master bedroom with wonderful views to the west, an ornamental fireplace and a storage cupboard to one corner. The second bedroom overlooks the rear garden and both are served by a bathroom with separate shower fitting over the side fill bath.
Upton Cheyney is a sought after village with a well-regarded public house; The Upton Inn, close by and within walking distance of the village farm shop. More further afield are the World Heritage site of Bath city and the equally cosmopolitan city of Bristol, both offering major shopping and entertainment attractions along with numerous historical buildings to enjoy in Bath. The Bristol airport is also only a 15 mile drive away and the M4 motorway Junction 18 is 8 miles drive to the north. Nearby are some delightful countryside walks and bridle paths with the River Avon just down in Bitton village.
The property has a small raised seating area with borders and log store to the front where a small flight of steps ascend to a porch. The rear has steps leading up to a large paved terrace area with tap, light and power. Retained shrub beds and a set of rustic steps continue up to a large lawn area with a small pond and an overgrown area that could be cleared to offer further garden space. There are two wooden sheds and ample room for a summer house if desired. Far reaching, elevated views are found from the top of the garden. (There is rear access via number 4).
Services: Mains connected water and electricity, oil fired heating and primary cooking. (The wood burner also heats two radiators if desired)
Council Tax Band C.
Modern Bathroom & Kitchen
Parking For 3 Vehicles
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