Situated within an exclusive, well planned small
development of 3 Cotswold stone built homes in a private
close. The properties which were built 8 years ago to a high
standard throughout are located on the south side of the
village, just off the main street. No. 2 is tucked away in the
corner and benefits from far reaching views to the south
across the valley from the rear of the property and stone
Throughout the property it is evident that high quality
materials, fixtures and fittings have been used to provide a
sense of luxury as well as providing for the practical
requirements of everyday living.
Solid floors throughout with under floor heating both
downstairs and upstairs, bespoke kitchen and bathroom
designs compliment by the neutral traditional tones and
The ground floor accommodation commences with an
entrance hall giving access to sitting room, kitchen,
cloakroom, utility room and personal door to garage.
The open plan sitting room and kitchen/dining room are a
particular feature of this house, designed by the current
owners they offer space and light in abundance, with a
feature wood burning stove and bi fold doors to the garden.
The kitchen has an extensive and attractive range of high
gloss units offering plenty of storage, with granite work
surfaces, built in oven, microwave, hob, fridge freezer and an integrated dishwasher. In addition on the ground floor there is a cloakroom with wall mounted WC and a useful utility room.
Upstairs there is a master bedroom which offers extended
rural views, a well fitted range of wardrobes and a well
appointed en suite shower room. In addition there are three
further good sized bedrooms and a superb family bathroom
offering a shower, separate bath, wall mounted WC and dual surface mounted wash hand basins.
Grounds & Gardens
At the front the house is approached over a shared access
driveway shared only by two other properties leading to the
front door, integral garage, adjoining covered car port and
additional parking. The attractive and well tended garden is
situated at the rear of the property with a good sized stone
paved patio area, providing a southerly aspect and far
reaching rural views. The garden itself is mainly lawned,
with well stocked flower and shrub borders and is enclosed
by a stone built wall.
Marshfield is a highly sought after village approximately
eight miles North East of Bath and convenient access links
to the M4 (junction 18 Bath or 17 Chippenham). This
vibrant village offers a perfect combination of modern
convenience with traditional rural living.
The unspoilt high street is made up of predominantly period
homes and essential amenities such as a village store and post office, butchers, tea room, newsagents and pretty furniture shop. One of the major features of this active village is the popular primary school which was re-built just a few years ago and is now housed in a smart contemporary building offering modern facilities. There is a choice of public houses as well as the village church and GP