Formerly a rundown shell of a Cotswold stone cottage, the current owners have cleverly created a comfortable home that retains character yet with a modern day specification to meet the demands of any discerning buyer. The entrance is to the side of the property and leads to a cloaks/shower room with plumbing for utilities. The hall also opens to the kitchen/breakfast room with a part vaulted roof line and sky-lights adding superb southerly light provided through bi-fold doors to the rear deck. Fitted with a combination of cottage style painted units under solid wooden tops and appliances, a breakfast bar divides this area from the double aspect living space. With an open fire (potential for a wood burner) and turning stairs, the engineered oak flooring continues through from the kitchen adding further character. The first floor landing has skylights flooding light to this area and doors open to each of the bedrooms. The two larger bedrooms have dormer windows looking out to the southerly views and the third bedroom has a skylight to the front. A well-appointed bathroom includes a shower above the bath with screen and a cylinder cupboard. There is ample storage and loft space.
Located in a Conservation Area to the north of Bath in an elevated position overlooking the rural surrounds to the south, the position is ideal for access to the World Heritage city itself. Offering a wide choice of amenities, schools and places of historical interest, main line rail services to Bristol and London Paddington are found at Bath Spa railway station. Furthermore, the nearby village of Marshfield is a very sought after community providing day to day amenities including C of E primary school, pubs and a number of shops. The A420 gives access to Bristol and Chippenham with Junction 18 of the M4 further to the north. Wonderful country walks are on hand with the Kennet & Avon Canal found meandering down through the valley at Bathford.
To the front is a gated parking bay for a single vehicle with a path leading to a walled rear garden. A raised deck and lawn provide a lovely area to enjoy the southerly aspect and far reaching views.
Services: Mains connected water and drainage. Electric heating and water heating. Council Tax Band C.
Bathroom & Shower Room
Open Plan Living Area
Lovely Rural Setting