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This is a unique village home with versatile accommodation full of features. The ground floor master bedroom is well proportioned with built-in wardrobes and a smart en-suite. A major feature is an impressive open plan living space with the large drawing room benefitting from the exposed A-frame structure and a central fireplace with a wood burning stove. Above in the attic space is a study and storage area. A galleried staircase leads down to the kitchen/dining area with a tall sloping ceiling laced with exposed oak beams. The double doors and windows open out to the terrace making it a wonderful light and airy space. The shaker style kitchen including a shiny navy blue electric Aga. On a practical note there is an adjacent utility room and side steps leading up to the integral garage. This garden level also houses two bedrooms both with windows looking out onto the lovely garden and served by a wet room.
Combe Hay is one of Bath’s most sought after villages lying just five miles south of Bath. The picturesque village lanes boast some fine country residences as well as a pretty church and a wonderful country pub popular for its dining and rooms.
The gardens of Rowley Stables are a wonderful addition to this charming country home. A pennant stone terrace runs the length of the house bordered by flower beds. Within this terrace is a central pond full of lily pads and a pretty rose bed. A lawn is bordered by the old cobbled stable floor with a decked side terrace covered by a wisteria clad pergola. Steps on both sides of the upper garden lead to the lawn interspersed by mature shrubs and trees including Willow, Hawthorn and Corkscrew Hazel. A very attractive and private garden full of bird song.
A significant element of this home is its green credentials. There are mains water and electricity plus private drainage. A Biomass boiler has been fitted which uses pellets as the heating source. This was installed in 2013 and remains within the contract of renewable heat incentive, which at the time of print there are ten quarterly payments of £1240 still to come. The current owners have also installed PV panels. These firstly feed the house electrics and any surplus is diverted to the immersion heater. Further surplus is then transferred to the grid. Last year after their own electricity use, which includes an electric Aga, they received £2073. We have been informed ‘Fibre Optic Broadband’ is now connected.
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