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Set far back from the main road in the village of Clutton, full of charm and character, this period cottage is steeped in local history with parts dating back to potentially as far back as the year 1750AD. Once sold at auction by the Earl of Warwick, when it was originally a terrace of 5 small cottages, this spacious cottage benefits from a number of staircases and fireplaces.
The accommodation adopts a unique layout, extended by the current and past owners to provide the main residence with; a kitchen/breakfast room, large sitting/dining room and sun room, utility room and downstairs cloakroom, as well as five bedrooms, a library, shower room, further cloakroom and family bathroom. The layout could be adapted to make the property more open plan if required.
A one bedroom annex provides the opportunity for an additional income or dual occupancy. The annex could easily be adapted to form part of the main residence too.
The gardens are simply stunning. They wrap around the property, running predominately to the rear with far reaching views, they incorporate, a rose garden, pergola, fruit cage, raised vegetable beds and two ponds. There is a patio area with seating
There is plenty of off-street parking with a long drive leading you down to a detached stone built garage/workshop.
A thriving community, a great school and a friendly atmosphere, just three reasons to become part of the community of Clutton! Situated just off the A37 and about 10 miles from Bristol and Bath, this Bath & North East Somerset village has a population of around 1,500 and has a church, popular social club and village hall and pre-school and primary school (www.cluttonschool.com). Midsomer Norton is just 5 miles away and just a bit further out you will find Cheddar Gorge and the Cathedral City of Wells. There is an international airport at Bristol and main line rail links at Bristol and Bath.
Traveling from Bristol toward Clutton along the A37, the property can be found on the left hand side, just after the speed limit change.
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