Built in the late 1800’s, the cottage was sympathetically converted just over two years ago. The open-plan living room/kitchen is a warm and welcoming space, with bright white walls, honey-coloured wood flooring, and subtle ceiling spotlights. Wide windows to the front and side of the room allow in plenty of natural light, and the focal point is undoubtedly the feature fireplace, with its log burner, bath stone surround and slate hearth.
The spacious modern kitchen is the ideal place to prepare meals and to entertain, with built-in, high-end appliances (including a siemens dishwasher, oven, coffee machine and instant hot water tap), high-gloss units and cupboards, and plenty of storage space. The kitchen island is attached to a custom-built wooden breakfast bar, which is very much the heart of the home.
Tucked-away at the back of the kitchen is an Italian manufactured utility room, with yet more storage space, and room for a washing machine or dryer.
Upstairs, the well-proportioned master bedroom is equally neutral in its décor, and benefits from built-in sliding wardrobes which run the length of the room. The attractive square paneled window offers lovely views across the Bathford allotments and towards the fields beyond, and makes the room a light and airy space. Cleverly hidden storage solutions abound, and a luxurious shower room en-suite is attached.
The second bedroom is a further double, with plenty of room for additional furnishings. The main bathroom is sure to be a talking point, with its modern grey and white finish, square Japanese bathing tub (with overhead shower), and fitted flat screen TV.
There is on-street parking at the front of the property, with the possibility of acquiring an allocated parking space (through separate negotiation). The cottage is within easy walking distance of the various amenities in the village (including a community shop/café, hail salon, pub, primary school, playground, rugby and cricket clubs and local church). There are outstanding walks close to hand, and Bathford is serviced by a regular bus, which runs from Wiltshire through to Bath. The property is a short drive from Bath City Centre, and is close to neighboring villages, the A4 and the M4. Bath City itself offers excellent national transport links, shops, restaurants, cinemas, a theatre, leisure centers and more.
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First Time Buyer: £1,250.00 Next Home: £6,250.00 Additional/Investment Property: £16,000.00
2 Bedroom House - End Terrace
This two-bedroom Victorian cottage has been recently converted, and now seamlessly blends modern convenience with period features. It is situated in the heart of the popular village of Bathford, which is only four miles from Bath City Centre.