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Set in the heart of the popular village of Chew Magna, this beautiful three bedroom character cottage offers deceptively spacious accommodation, retaining many period features.
A welcoming hallway allows access to all the downstairs accommodation and stairs to the first floor. A spacious light filled sitting room with high ceilings, real oak floors and panelled walls benefits from an attractive feature fireplace with log burner and sash windows. There is also a separate enclosed storage area doubling up as utility area. A wide doorway leads into the open-plan galley kitchen and dining room which is complimented with a feature fireplace, exposed brick work and beams and natural stone flooring. Off of the kitchen is a handy WC. A stable door leads out to the pretty rear garden.
On the first floor the landing is two spacious double bedrooms, both having traditional sash windows and column radiators. An impressive family bathroom with a built in shower, bath and vanity unit can also be found on this floor.
A further double bedroom is situated in the lower ground floor, with original beams and natural stone flooring, the room has a door leading to the front. The property also has the added benefit of double glazing throughout.
Outside the garden is mainly laid to lawn with a cobbled path leading to a paved seating area and built in bbq, perfect for outside entertaining. There is also a shed and separate storage area to the rear to the property.
The village of Chew Magna was voted in 2011 top out of the twelve best villages in the UK in a survey featured in the Sunday Times. Surrounded by rolling hills, this Bath & North East Somerset village (www.chewmagna.org.uk) can trace its history back to Saxon times, and is popular with those who wish to escape from the city but have easy access to their place of work, being only 10 miles from Bristol, with its International Airport, mainline railway links and the M5 and M4 motorways. The picturesque countryside of the Mendips and the beautiful Chew Valley and Blagdon lakes are no more than a few miles away, and to the east is the Roman City of Bath, about a 30 minute drive away. The excellent local amenities include nearby schools, four pubs, a supermarket, nursery and an area of shops including a post office café and sea food restaurant.
Travelling through the village of Chew Magna proceed along the High Street, passing the Debbie Fortune Estate Agents office on your left hand side, the property can be found to the right of our office.
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