A charming detached 4 bedroom stone-built house with predominantly lateral accommodation.
The property is a detached stone-built house of charm and character with accommodation mainly arranged over a split-level single storey. Originally a milking parlour dating back to circa 1847 the house has been well converted to provide light and versatile accommodation.The sitting room is a sunny and spacious room with woodburning stove and a feature south facing bay window looking out over the garden. Through double doors is a dining room which is open to the kitchen that overlooks the side garden. The chimney breast provides an ideal space in which to install a range cooker or Aga style oven that would make this a lovely family kitchen.There are three bedrooms on the ground floor, one that is currently used as a home office, and there is a good sized double bedroom on the first floor with gable windows overlooking the attractive south facing garden. Completing the accommodation is a useful utility room and a cloakroom. The wonderful southerly facing gardens are level and mainly laid to lawn with flower borders containing a wide range of shrubs, bushes, bulbs and flowers. There are also a selection of mature walnut, plum, pear and apple trees, two garden sheds and an ornamental well. The large stone built double garage features extensive boarded loft space, offering the potential to convert into a self contained annexe or studio subject to the relevant consents.In all approximately 0.41 of an acre. EPC: G.
The property is approached via a driveway off a quiet lane on the edge of the popular village of Bathampton to the south east of the city of Bath, enjoying a lovely location within the Green Belt and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It overlooks open countryside and is close to the Kennett & Avon canal, ideal for walking or cycling along the towpath into the city or in the opposite direction to Bradford-on-Avon. Bathampton has a primary school with Ofsted 'outstanding' rating and the property is within the catchment area for highly regarded schools. There are various amenities in Bathampton including the famous George pub, Bathampton Mill riverside restaurant, a doctors surgery, village cafe, Spar convenience store, and St Nicholas Church. There is also an active village hall offering a range of activities, playgroup, private day nursery and a recreation ground.Bath City Centre & Bath Spa Train Station 2.5 miles, M4 (J18) 10 miles, Chippenham 12 miles, Bristol 15 miles (All distance are approximate).