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A pretty double fronted four bedroom stone cottage situated in the centre of the lovely village of Wellow. The spacious cottage has a random stone façade and period style wooden windows that benefit from being double glazed. Formerly two cottages, the open plan kitchen, dining and living area is centred in the heart of the house. The kitchen has sleek cream units under polished granite work surfaces and is open to the dining and living area; double doors leading to the enclosed garden add to the appeal. This central living space, once two rooms, is flanked by a study on one side and a sitting room on the other. Once again double doors open directly out onto the level enclosed garden, plus there is also the feature of a stone fireplace with a wood burning stove. The principal staircase leads up to the first floor landing with a balcony providing a lovely spot to sit out and enjoy your morning coffee. The master bedroom enjoys a double aspect and along with a second bedroom is served by a smart bathroom. The third double bedroom also has a mezzanine level; great as a study or for younger ones, a perfect sleep over area. There is a further bedroom, family bathroom and a secondary staircase leading down to the study. With period features such as beamed ceilings and stone mullion windows fusing with a modern interior design this is a super village home including a pretty level garden.
Wellow is one of Bath’s most popular villages due to its picturesque surroundings and close proximity to the city centre. Within the village is St Julian’s Primary School, a superb village pub; The Fox and Badger, plus the village community shop, church, village hall and the new community sports facility providing tennis courts, a 7 aside football pitch, cricket nets, outdoor gym and a children’s playground. The old railway track is now part of the national cycle route with a level connection near the Wellow Trekking Centre to Bath via the Two Tunnels Greenway. As well as the superb leisure activities and famous restaurants in Bath, popular destinations nearby include The Pig at Hunstrete as well as the private members club; Babington House.
A major feature of this delightful home is the enclosed level garden. A stone terrace running the length of the house is a lovely dining area with doors from the kitchen and the sitting room creating a wonderful space for entertaining. The lawn is bordered by mature trees and shrubs. A further terrace and potting shed is at the side and at the far end next to the wooden summer house is the practical compost area. From the far end is a pleasant aspect across the neighbouring cottages and up through the village towards the church where the church tower can be seen above the trees.
Services: Oil fired heating. Mains electricity, water and drainage. Council Tax Band G.
Formerly Two Cottages
Delightful Enclosed Garden
Village with Pub School & Shop
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