Woolverton is a small hamlet just over seven miles from Bath and is nestled between the villages of Rode, Beckington and Norton St Philip. Each village has a primary school, public house and a village shop.
The historic market towns of Bradford-on-Avon and Frome are both within approximately 5 miles and offer a further range of amenities. There is private schooling in Bruton, Wells and Bath. Westbury is located approximately seven miles away with a mainline station that has direct lines to
London, and the A303 (M3) is approx 18 miles distant at Mere. Babington House part of the Soho House group, is approximately 8 miles away.
Bath is a city of extraordinary beauty with a long history. The importance of Bath was recognised in 1987 when it was designated a World Heritage Site, the only city in England to be honoured in this way. The city offers a comprehensive range of amenities as well as leisure and cultural experiences.
The Little House is a handsome Grade II listed detached family home with later modern addition to the rear. The property has a balanced front ashlar stone fa�ade complete with climbing wisteria and roses.
Inside the accommodation is arranged over two floors and arranged with the principal living rooms to the front and kitchen and boot room to the rear. There are period features within the home with sash windows, working fireplaces, flagstones and panelled doors. The living space is flexible and there is a large sitting room complete with feature fireplace and double doors to the garden room/conservatory. The kitchen provides access to the gardens and is well equipped. The kitchen opens up into the breakfast/family room and leading off here is a boot room and cloakroom with shower.
To the first floor are the bedrooms and bathroom with the principal bedroom having an en suite shower room. There are extensive views from the first floor of the neighbouring countryside with far-reaching views to the rear from the main bedroom. Overall this attractive family home offers the perfect balance between home and gardens, whilst maintaining its period charm and making the most of its views.
The gardens of The Little House amount to approximately 0.4 of an acre and are designed to be safely enclosed along with extensive country views to the rear. There is a five-bar wooden gate opening to a driveway, which in turn leads to a parking/turning area near the house as well as further driveway/parking and a detached double garage. There are level lawn areas around the house with established flower beds. There are also fruit trees and a number of established shrubs and trees. There are patio areas leading off the house as well as a practical area to one side with fruit cage, raised vegetable beds and compost area. There are also number of wooden storage sheds. The main feature of the gardens are the unrivalled views to the rear over the neighbouring farmland, which change with the seasons and are farmed locally.
From Bath city centre proceed south on the A36 (Warminster Road) for approximately 7 miles into the village of Woolverton. Take the first left into Rode Hill and the property can be found a little way along on your left hand side just before the turning on the right into The Leaze.