Marshfield is a highly sought-after South Cotswolds village with convenient access links to the M4 (Junction 18 from Bath or Junction 17 from Chippenham).
This vibrant village offers a perfect combination of modern convenience with traditional rural living.
Amenities include two public houses, a general store (with deli counter), post office, butcher, newsagent, veterinary practice, doctors' surgery, church, tea shop, hair salon, community centre and modern primary school.
Bath, a World Heritage Site famed for its Georgian architecture and Roman heritage, is approximately 9 miles away and offers a wealth of cultural, business and recreational facilities.
Communication links from Bath are excellent with a mainline rail link to London Paddington (journey time from 75 minutes) and Bristol Temple Meads (journey time from 15 minutes).
119 High Street is an attractive, Grade II listed, Georgian-fronted terraced house, situated along the popular Marshfield High Street. The property benefits from an adjoining former malting barn, which has a commercial use and was previously used as an antique textile and carpet conservation studio. Built with an attractive stone fa�ade and featuring sash windows encased in attractive stone architraves under a Cotswold stone tiled roof, the main house offers versatile accommodation arranged over three floors, along with an unconverted cellar with ornate barreled ceiling.
To the ground floor is an entrance hall with fitted book shelves. There is also a sitting room with exposed wooden floors and central period fireplace, a dining room with tiled floor and double doors to the rear gardens, and a kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen/breakfast room comprises of a range of fitted units, integrated appliances, flagstone floors and space for a breakfast table.
To the first floor are two bedrooms, a bathroom and separate cloakroom. To the second floor are three further bedrooms and a shower room.
THE MALTING BARN
The Malting Barn leads off the back of the main house and is connected to the house via a door on the ground floor. Previously there was also access from the first floor, which is currently blocked in, but could be reopened if needed. There is also a pedestrian door to the side and double doors to the rear. This currently has a commercial use and was used for an antique textile and carpet conservation studio.
The space can be self-contained and used independently from the house. With rooms arranged over three floors but not taking full advantage of the total area, this cavernous barn offers huge potential to prospective purchasers (subject to any necessary permissions or consents).
The property enjoys direct access to the High Street but also has access off St. Martin's Lane, where a shared driveway takes you to the rear of the property. Here, there is a large parking area suitable for parking a number of vehicles, which in turn leads to garage (17'10 x 11'11) with double wooden doors. To the side of the driveway is a low attractive stone wall with access to level lawns, ornate flowerbeds and vegetable produce areas. The rear garden is south facing and enjoys a large degree of privacy as well as offering huge potential. There is access from the rear to the main home as well as to the barn.
From Bath proceed out of the city on the Lansdown Road, follow past the racecourse and at the Battlefields Junction, fork right. Continue along the lane and at the T-junction with the A420, turn right. Continue along the A420 towards Chippenham. Proceed across the roundabout and follow the road into Marshfield. Take the first right into the village of Marshfield which continues into the high street. The property can be found on your right hand side.