Rosewood Cottage is a very spacious four bedroom period property in the heart of Combe Down village. Retaining period features throughout it makes a lovely family home. Further potential to increase living space with approved planning permission for extension.
Rosewood cottage is believed to have been built in the mid 19th century and was situated on what was a large orchard. Today it is a very spacious and much loved four bedroom family home. You enter into an entrance porch which provides ample storage space for coats and shoes. This leads to the main hallway in the house which provides access to all reception rooms, kitchen and stairs to the first floor. To the front aspect you find a bright dual aspect sitting room with feature log burner fireplace with Bath stone surround. Further along the hallway a lounge again with feature log burner fireplace and stripped wooden floors provides a great TV room or snug. To the rear aspect of the property is the real heart of the home with dining room and kitchen diner. The dining room again provides another beautiful feature open fireplace with Bath stone surround and stripped wooden floors. The kitchen is a spacious and bright room with aga oven, walk in pantry/utility area and double doors opening out onto the garden. To the first floor you find three bedrooms and a family bathroom with stairs leading to the second floor. On the second floor the very spacious master bedroom offers triple aspect windows and to the rear offering far reaching views towards Beckford's Tower on Lansdown. Externally the well stocked rear garden is a delight with a summerhouse that could be used as a home office, outdoor pizza oven, large wooden workshop and is currently home to a number of chickens. In the front garden the path to the house is decoratively lined with Topiary arches leading to the entrance porch. The garden is laid to lawn with large established beds, shrubs, small trees and pond. There is level off-street parking for one vehicle although this could be extended to accommodate another. The current owners have successfully had planning permission permitted to extend the current accommodation by way of extension to the dining room to enable a new double bedroom to be built to the first floor. They also have plans and drawings to reconfigure the internal layout of the house. All plans and drawings can be seen upon viewing.
This property is located on the southern slopes of the city of Bath in the highly desired village of Combe Down. Combe Down's rewarding valley top position provides stunning panoramic views of the city to the north with equally gratifying views of the Cotswold valleys to the south. The surrounding area cultivates ancient woodland which is the home of unique and local flora and fauna. The village itself has a very high sense of community spirit and self sufficiency. With local amenities providing every level of schooling and childcare, dentists, pharmacies and 'outstanding' surgery. Combe Down Surgery has been rated as outstanding in the latest Care Quality Commission (cqc) inspection, the only surgery in Bath to have this rating. Also within the village there is a highly reputed car garage, award winning delicatessen, hair salon, beauty therapist, Bath Bakery, hardware store and Co-op mini-market. Locally a Tesco Express with petrol station and a large Sainsburys supermarket can also be found. Every level of schooling can be found in the local vicinity with three nurseries, Academy primary school, Ralph Allen senior school and three independent schools in Prior Park, Monkton Combe and Paragon. Nearby you will also find the excellent country club Combe Grove Manor, which provides fine dining, gymnasium, swimming facilities, golf range and tennis courts. The local bus service is in close proximity providing half hourly services into the city. For the walkers amongst you Bath Spa station is a shade over 1 mile from the property and you are also afforded a plethora of countryside walks into an 'area of outstanding natural beauty' minutes from the village itself.
With double glazed windows and full length patio door, stone floor with original Victorian feature brick work, ample storage for coats etc, solid wooden stripped door providing access to the entrance hallway.
Stripped wooden floorboards throughout, radiator, stripped wooden staircase with wooden balustrade, under stairs storage cupboard telephone point, access to the sitting room, lounge, dining room and open plan kitchen/diner
Wooden sash window to the front aspect overlooking the front garden, two further windows to the side aspect, original Bath stone fireplace with log burning stove, picture rail, deep skirting boards, carpet throughout, television point, radiator.
Divided into two with sliding Japanese style doors, original Bath stone fire place with stone hearth, sash windows to the side aspect, further window to the rear aspect, television point, stripped wooden floorboards.
Stripped wooden floorboards throughout, bath stone fire place with fire grate and stone hearth, radiator, spot lights, two wooden sash windows to the side aspect overlooking side garden, access to the cloakroom with low level w.C and separate wash hand basin, further access to the open plan kitchen diner.
Bespoke kitchen with a rank of wooden wall and base kitchen units, wooden work surfaces with feature glass splash back, aga, integrated oven with induction hob over, stainless steel sink drainer unit with industrial taps, two skylights, spot lights throughout, French doors opening into the garden, two further windows, stripped floorboards, access to the pantry/utility.
Utility Room / Pantry
With a storage base unit and further wall mounted storage, plumbing for a washing machine, plumbing for a dish washer, space for a large American fridge freezer, skylight, spot lights throughout.
First Floor Landing
Stripped wooden floorboards, stripped wooden doors to all of the bedroom and bathroom, access to the loft room/ master bedroom.
Wooden sash window to the front aspect, wooden floor boards, radiator. TV aerial point.
Currently used as a study; with painted floor boards, telephone point, radiator, wooden sash window overlooking rear garden. TV aerial point.
Wooden sash window to the front aspect, spot lights, stripped wooden floor boards, radiator. TV aerial point.
White bathroom suite which includes a bath with mains shower over, shower screen, wash hand basin with attractive mosaic splash back, low level w.C, wooden sash window to the side aspect, spot lights, stripped wooden floorboards.
Large loft bedroom with triple aspect wooden sash windows providing far reaching views, stripped wooden floor boards, spot lights, feature cast iron fire place, loft hatch. TV aerial point.
Enclosed with a range of mature trees and hedgerow, space for two cars, feature topiary hedgerow leading down the garden path to the front of the property, side access to rear garden.
Lawn garden with border shrubs and small matures, crab apple tree, workshop with mains power, further wooden garden shed with mains power, fully functional stone oven/ pizza oven, side access to the front garden. Covered wood store, external sink area and raised bed currently used as a chicken pen.
Standard broadband up to 17Mb (Estimated 12Mb)Fibre optic broadband up to 76Mb*uSwitch
You will have to pay £23,750.00 in stamp duty.Your effective stamp duty rate is 3.52%.
Band - D
Band - E
You can view the permitted application on banes website. Application No: 16/02173/ful
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