A beautifully presented Grade II listed 2/3 bedroom maisonette at the heart of the highly desirable village of Freshford.
The Old Post Office is believed to date back to the 1800s and has retained its wonderful character features. The property which was originally the village stores stands in a prominent position on the high street within walking distance of all village amenities.The property is accessed through double doors into the Victorian tiled inner hall; this takes you to the dining hall which has a large shuttered window overlooking the street. The study also overlooks the street, again with a large shuttered window. You enter the spacious sitting room through an attractive archway; the sitting room has a wood burning stove. The newly fitted kitchen has a central island, a Rangemaster and all the appliances are Bosch, there is a stable door into a utility yard. Also off the kitchen is a large walk-in pantry. Also on the ground floor there is a utility/cloakroom.A staircase takes you to the lower ground floor which has two good sized double bedrooms, both with fitted cupboards. The family bathroom has recently been renovated and includes a bath and separate spacious shower.The property benefits from a single garage, positioned on the opposite side of the road within a row of three.
Freshford is a fabulous village to the south of Bath, which sits within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Green Belt and a Conservation Area.The village has a vibrant community, with an excellent community run shop, a good pub, a highly regarded primary school, a church and a village hall. Other activities within the village also include a Tennis Club and Pilates.There are great walks around Freshford and Homewood Hotel and Spa is close by. Bath offers a wide selection of shopping facilities, an eclectic mix of restaurants and theatres. There is also a wide selection of schools in Bath and the surrounding areas. There is a train station in Freshford with regular services to Bath and Bristol which provide high speed rail links to London in under 2 hours.Bradford on Avon 4 miles, Bath 7 miles, Frome 10 miles, Bristol 16 miles (All distances are approximate).