Cluny Cottage is a Grade II Listed detached stone built home believed to date back to the 1600’s. The cottage and adjacent former post office have now been incorporated to create a unique five bedroom village home. The central hall with its flag stone flooring is flanked by a cosy snug with storage cupboards, a stone fireplace and dual aspect. The sitting room has an impressive inglenook fireplace and wood burning stone, beamed ceiling and bay window with an aspect of the garden. This leads in to the kitchen and dining room, a charming reception space which opens on to the quintessential cottage garden. There is also a practical store room and cloakroom. Up on the first floor there is a spacious landing with three bedrooms leading off; the master bedroom has a wall of wardrobes and dual aspect, all are served by the family bathroom and a separate shower room. This period cottage is a home of two parts; with the refurbished former post office providing the fourth reception room designed to be an open plan sitting room with a neat kitchen area; perfect for extended family living. There are two further bedrooms, a shower room and plenty of handy storage.
Monkton Farleigh benefits from a popular primary school, church, village pub and countryside walks. The pretty town of Bradford on Avon is nearby and offers comprehensive facilities including shopping, pubs, restaurants and excellent schooling. It also has good communications including bus services and a railway station including GWR services from Wales to London Waterloo and South Coast via Salisbury. Bath is six miles away with a mainline railway station giving access to London (Paddington). There is also good access to the M4 and M5.
Cluny Cottage benefits from a delightful cottage garden with a pleasant aspect of the surrounding countryside. The garden is a real feature of this charming home and a level lawn is bordered with a plethora of herbaceous flowers, mature trees, shrubs and a vegetable garden. A terrace runs the length of the property and a green house is attached in the centre. Practical additions include a wood store conveniently situated by the kitchen door to stoke up the wood burning stove and a pedestrian side gate on to the lane. There is also a car port and parking space located behind the house.
Services: We are informed that mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Council Tax Band E and C.
Grade II Listed
Pretty Cottage Garden
Sought After Village With A School and Country Pub