A delightful 3/4 bedroom detached home, set in extensive grounds within a peaceful village and lovely country setting; the property is offered with no onward chain.
Bwthyn is a stone built detached family home in the picturesque rural hamlet of Woolley, with beautiful far-reaching views and surrounded by glorious countryside.The house offers versatile accommodation arranged over two floors and there is potential to extend further (subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents). The current owners have lived in the property for a long time and added the spacious living room that enjoys a wonderful southerly aspect and beautiful views. Also on the ground floor is a further reception room situated to the front of the house that could be used as a home office or bedroom. Off the inner entrance hall is a dining room, with sliding doors to the terrace, and a kitchen.These rooms offer scope to be updated and opened up to create a modern living space. To the side of the house is a covered passageway that opens to the street and provides useful storage as well as giving access through to the rear garden. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a single room that benefit from southerly views across the beautiful countryside. There is also a family bathroom, a further shower room and separate WC.The grounds are south facing and are an unexpected delight and a fine feature of the property. Leading off the house is a sunny terrace and enclosed garden with flower borders and a beautiful purple leaf Japanese Cherry tree. Steps lead down to the double garage that has power and water. Attached is a green house and a path leads through the vegetable garden to an orchard with mature apple trees. There is a stone built store, the perfect spot to create a summerhouse.The grounds open up to a paddock/wild meadow garden that ends with a dell and a stream. This woodland is a magical place to explore and is a haven for wildlife.
Bwthyn is situated on a no through road in the highly desirable rural parish of Woolley nestled in glorious countryside, on the northern outskirts of Bath. The hamlet has a historic Georgian church built by John Wood the Younger and in nearby Swainswick is a highly regarded primary school.The area is renowned for walking and horse riding. The nearby village of Larkhall enjoys a vibrant community and there are a good range of independent shops and amenities including family butcher, greengrocer, delicatessen and cafes.The property is well placed for a wide choice of schools in Bath. It is also conveniently placed for very easy access to London by road, as well as the city of Bristol.Larkhall village 1 mile, Bath city centre 3 miles, Bath Spa station 3.5 miles, M4 (J18) 8 miles, Chippenham station 14 miles (All distances are approximate).