Wellow is a thriving village with a general store, popular local pub and a village primary school. The towns and countryside around Wellow provide an excellent variety of recreational activities and facilities.
The historic city of Bath is approximately 6 miles to the north and has excellent facilities which provide for all day-to-day domestic, social and leisure needs.
Bath itself has numerous sporting clubs and a premier division rugby team. There are many good golf courses in the area and racing at Bath and Wincanton.
There is excellent walking and riding countryside all around. Wellow is also on the Sustrans bicycle route.
Old Weavers Farmhouse was built in the 16th century and has many original and fantastic character features including exposed beams, open fireplaces and stone mullion windows. Many of these features have been uncovered and amazingly restored by the present owners, over the past few decades.
This charming property is accessed down stone steps leading to the solid oak wooden front door, which enters into the dining hall. The dining hall has a beautiful original Bath stone large open fireplace, double aspect windows overlooking High Street and a staircase to the first floor. The dining hall leads into the delightful sitting room, with original inglenook fireplace and bread oven with a wood burning stove and a flagstone floor, currently hidden beneath fitted carpet.
The drawing room features a Bath stone fireplace with wood-burning stove and impressive alcoves either side of the fireplace; there is a hidden tiled floor beneath the existing carpet. The kitchen breakfast room is fitted with a range of ivory units and has plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. The kitchen has a lovely outlook onto the rear garden. Through the lobby area are double doors providing access to the garden and parking area.
Ascending the staircase from the dining hall is a light and airy landing leading to four good sized double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate shower room. From this floor there is an enclosed wooden staircase to the second floor incorporating an attic bedroom with a velux window and window overlooking the garden to the rear and a further room that is a very useful storage area or could be converted to a sixth bedroom.
The elevated garden is mainly laid to lawn and is bordered with mature trees and shrubs. There are two garages and an outbuilding. A driveway leads to the side of property where there is a parking area for several cars.
The village of Wellow is best approached from Bath. From the A367 Odd Down "Park & Ride" roundabout, take the exit onto Combe Hay Lane. Follow the lane down to the village of Wellow. At the junction, turn right where the property can be found on your right hand side.