A period four bedroom, two bathroom, village home with parking for two cars in the heart of the quintessential village of South Stoke, with incredible country views and 3.5 miles from the centre of Georgian Bath.The vendor says; "The cottage was originally built in 1750 but has since been developed. A kitchen/diner, with bi-fold doors to the garden, has been added at the back of the cottage, creating a lovely family space and is the heart of the house. In addition a two storey extension to the side, with playroom, toilet and utility room and bedroom above, has been built; making this cottage a sizeable family home.""South Stoke is a sought after village with a strong community spirit. The village pub, The Packhorse, is a wonderful hub of the village and has a stunning garden and excellent food. This community pub has been in the media spotlight recently for its incredibly successful community fundraising, extension and renovation and re-opening in March 2018.""The village holds a traditional village fete every two years and a village summer barbeque on alternate years. There is an active church, St James's, with a family service once a month and the Village Hall hosts, amongst other activities, Art Classes, Singing Groups, Pilate Classes and History Lectures. The community also pulls together to host seasonal events – for example Harvest Festival and Christmas Canapes.""The village benefits from 'No Through Traffic' but Bath is easily accessible with its excellent facilities, shops and schools nearby. The bus stop is conveniently located 500 metres from the cottage with buses going into town and the Bath Bus Station on a regular basis.""The views from the house are stunning and there are incredible countryside walks from the cottage doorstep." "We have done a lot of work to the house since moving here in 2010. The entrance hall and kitchen floors are travertine with underfloor heating, we have an oak block kitchen top and a range cooker with an eight ring gas hob and electric oven. All the appliances are integrated. The hall has two oak beams in the ceiling. The master bedroom has a rainforest shower in the en-suite and both bathrooms have underfloor heating and tiled floors. The views from the bedroom windows are absolutely outstanding and we feel very lucky to have lived in this stunning countryside location. This really has been the perfect family home, so peaceful, with beautiful views, so deep in the country but with such good access to Bath."
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