A recently refurbished two bedroom three storey period cottage in the highly desired village of Freshford. Retaining many period features this property is immaculately presented throughout. Close to all local amenities and offered with no onward chain.
This recently refurbished old stone built cottage is believed to have been built in the 1600's. A three storey two bedroom cottage retaining charming period features throughout. You approach via stone steps and enter through the door to the side aspect. Once inside you step into the large lounge with feature log burner and fireplace with Bath stone surround and exposed wooden floor. Two four-pane sash windows allow the light to flood in from the south westerly facing front aspect. A door leads from this room to exposed wooden stairs leading upwards to the first floor and downwards to the lower ground floor. The first floor provides two bedrooms both with sash windows to the front aspect. Down to the lower ground floor and you enter into a wonderful large open plan kitchen dining area with original feature stone built bread oven having been retained. Modern floor units compliment the wooden flooring throughout and there is enough space here for a family dining table, chairs and further comfy seating. From here you find a lovely light scullery with quarry tile floor and with floor unit with wooden worktop and inset Belfast sink. A corridor leads you to the utility room with space for washing machine and dryer. To the end of the corridor you are welcomed by a large family bathroom with bath and overhead shower, pedestal sink and low level WC. Externally the garden is laid to lawn with established shrubs and small trees. There is also a stone patio seating area. To the rear of the garden beyond the wall is a further small strip of land belonging to the property which has the potential to provide off-street parking. A delightful and well refurbished cottage situated in the middle of a highly desired village. The village train station is a 500m walk from the property and provides services to the cities of Bristol & Bath.
The picturesque village of Freshford is about 6 miles south-east of Bath and three miles west of Bradford on Avon. The Times newspaper has previously voted it one of the top 30 best places to live in the countryside. The village sits above the convergence of the Frome and Avon rivers and is a thriving community offering a wealth of services and amenities with a highly regarded primary infant school, locally run village farm shop/post office/cafe, pubs and railway station. The village benefits from excellent transport services including a regular bus service and a superb rail link to the cities of Bath and Bristol. The M4 motorway for commuters is approximately 17 miles to the north and there is easy access to the A303 via the A36, and the A4 and A46.
Spacious lounge with white painted floorboards throughout, two wooden sash windows to the side aspect, solid original wooden front door to the side aspect, picture rail, built in wooden storage cupboards with a further storage cupboard with fitted shelves, log burning stove with wooden mantel and original Bath stone surround with tiled hearth, two wall mounted radiators, further wooden door providing access to the first floor and ground floor accommodation.
First Floor Landing
Wooden balustrade, wall light, doors to two bedrooms, wooden floor boards, sky light.
New fitted carpet throughout, original wooden sash window to the front aspect, small loft access, built in storage cupboard, attractive original wooden door.
New fitted carpet throughout, wooden sash window to the front aspect, wall mounted radiator, original painted wooden door.
Lower Ground Floor
Original wooden door providing access to the Kitchen, scullery, utility room and family bathroom.
A brand new fitted kitchen with a range of base units providing ample storage, solid wooden worktops, integrated oven with four ring induction hob and extractor hood over, modern glass splash back, original bread oven with attractive bath stone surround and wooden mantel, under stairs storage, three windows to the front aspect providing ample light, attractive wooden original wooden beam to the ceiling, radiator, further wooden door to the sunroom.
Tiled throughout with a new attractive glass roof and sliding patio doors providing access to the rear garden, kitchen base unit with plumbing for a dish washer, solid wooden work surface with integrated Belfast sink, access to a storage cupboard which houses a new Valiant combi boiler, further access to the utility room and bathroom.
Raised work surface with space and plumbing under for washing machine and tumble dryer, radiator.
Spacious room with a white suite which includes a bath with shower attachment, low level w.C, wash hand basin, opaque glazed windows to the rear aspect, extractor fan, spot lights, tiling to some areas.
Accessed from the Sun room with steps up to a small patio seating area and lawned garden, some mature shrubs and small trees, rear access.
Standard broadband available up to 17Mb(Estimated 11Mb)Fibre optic broadband available up to 76Mb*uSwitch
You will have to pay £8,750.00 in stamp duty.Your effective stamp duty rate is 2.33%.
Band - C
Band - D
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