Owl House is situated in an elevated position on a quiet country lane in the highly desirable rural parish of Woolley, on the northern outskirts of Bath.
The parish has a historic church, and is located close to Swainswick, where there is a highly regarded primary school.
The area is renowned for walking and horse riding; properties that become available for sale in this area of outstanding natural beauty, are popular.
The property nestles quietly on the edge of the parish with easy access to Bath.
Given the very close proximity to the city, the property is also particularly well placed for easy access to the nearby schools in Bath, which include: The Royal High School, Kingswood School, St Saviours School and St Stephen's Primary School.
It is also conveniently placed for very easy access to London by road, with the M4 motorway junction 18 approximately 8 miles away, as well as the city of Bristol.
Other amenities nearby include the shops and conveniences in Larkhall village.
The city centre offers an excellent selection of restaurants and cafes along with many independent and national retail outlets, the Southgate Centre, The Theatre Royal, Thermae Spa, Sports Centre and Bath Spa Station which gives you direct access to London Paddington (from 75 mins) Bristol and South Wales.
A delightful detached house in the picturesque parish of Woolley, with beautiful far-reaching views. This five bedroom family home is situated on a quiet country lane, surrounded by glorious countryside.
The house offers flexible accommodation over just two floors. The ground floor provides excellent entertaining space in the form of a welcoming entrance hall, a sitting room and a spacious kitchen/dining room, both of which have dual aspects over the gardens and beyond. Also on the ground floor are two well appointed bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, a bathroom, home office and a separate utility room.
On the first floor are three further bedrooms, one of which is currently utilised as a second office, as well as a family shower room.
The property enjoys a generous plot with gardens and grounds amounting to 0.43 acres with unspoilt views across neighbouring countryside and farmland.
To the front of the property is a separate garage with pedestrian access leading to the front door of the house. To the side of the house is a sunny terrace with pergola from which to really enjoy the views, accessed directly from the dining room. From here is side access to the rear garden, which is substantial in size with a tree house at the rear and further impressive views over the house and beyond.
Separate from the main house is a second plot, 'the paddock' which sits adjacent to the village lane and provides a second garden. Similarly with fabulous views of the valley, this area has been utilised for many purposes over the years including parties, but is yet another spot to relax and enjoy the stunning views.