Guide price £595,000
An attractive four bedroom cottage tucked away just off the main high street with an abundance of charm & character.
- Semi Detached
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A charming and deceptively spacious stone built property which is full of character. Little alcoves and recesses add to the lovely atmosphere as do the original period features which include shutters to windows, an open fireplace in the sitting room and a log burning stove in the family room. The well proportioned dining hall has an attractive quarry tiled floor and is perfectly place between kitchen and the sitting room. The kitchen is a lovely light open space with double doors opening into the garden. There are a range of shaker style units with wooden worktops a breakfast bar and a door through to the utility and cloakroom. Continuing on from the hallway is the sitting room which has an attractive stone fireplace and window shutters. A further generous reception room is currently used as a family room it has a log burning stove and access into the workshop store.
Upstairs there are four double bedrooms and a family bathroom, with the master bedroom having a large ensuite bathroom. Clever use of storage space has been created throughout the property and generous proportions create a very open feel.
Grounds & Gardens
The walled rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and provides a safe place for children and animals to play, and the generous decked area offers a lovely entertaining space for the grownups and is a glorious suntrap. On the practical side there is a shed with storage space behind for bins
etc. along with rear access into Back Lane, and a side gate opening into Brittons Passage. The two storey barn has large double doors for vehicular access. This space offers up many uses, workshop, garaging, hobby space, and has a mezzanine level, accessed via a wooden staircase. This space could be converted (with the necessary planning
permissions) to provide further accommodation/self-contained annexe.
Th cottage is tucked away in the quiet walkway of Brittons Passage, situated just off the High Street in the village of Marshfield, it is only a short level walk to local shops and amenities and benefits from vehicle access via Back Lane. Marshfield is a highly sought after village approximately 8 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 thisactive 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's surgery.
From Chippenham proceed in a westerly direction along the A420 through Ford and on reaching Marshfield turn left into the village. Proceed along the high street and the property is located on the right hand side through the archway called Brittons Passage which is opposite The Catherine Wheel .
There is also rear access via Back Lane.
Tenure - Freehold
Services - Mains Water & Drainage, Gas Central Heating
Local Authority Wiltshire Council - Council Tax Band E