As you walk through the front door of this period cottage you are immediately offered all that you would expect from a property of this age. In the sitting room the ceilings are beamed, there is a wonderful open stone fireplace and a pretty stone mullion window. The dining room again boasts a beamed ceiling, fireplace, window seat, original cupboards and stone steps leading down into the well equipped cottage kitchen. The kitchen has a good range of fitted units with attractive wood surfaces and cooking range, there is also the all important utility space and study. A vaulted staircase leads to a further warm and cosy cellar room presently used as a secondary sitting room/snug.
To the rear of the house through the kitchen stable door is an outside courtyard garden, stone shed, log store and rear access. This offers a lovely quiet and private outside space for pleasant summer evenings. Upstairs there are two good sized double bedrooms with pretty feature fireplaces and stone mullion windows, a modern travertine tiled bathroom with under floor heating and a country twist!
Marshfield is a highly sought after village with convenient access links to the M4 (Junction 18 Bath or 17 Chippenham). This vibrant village offers a pefect combination of modern convenience with traditional rural living. Amenities include two public houses, a general store (with deli counter), post office, butcher, newsagent, vet, doctor, two garages, church, tea shop, hair salon, community centre and a modern primary and pre-school. The City of Bath is a short distance away and provides and abundance or arts and culture based events.