You'll want to take a look inside this Grade II Listed Castellated Residence for sale in Bath. The castellated period Grade II listed link detached property with four bedrooms and three reception rooms, gardens, garage/workshop, and the secluded walled garden has so many details to love. The house is in a lovely location, set on the edge of the Cotswold Hills, between the thriving villages of Marshfield and Colerne, in the tiny hamlet of Ashwicke. It is approached down a private road serving a small community yet is only 6.7 miles from Bath and 8 miles away from M4 Motorway.
The house, which was once part of the estate that dates back to the seventeenth century, has a cobbled area at the front with conservatory doors opening into the house. The conservatory has lovely views over the west-facing garden and it is so relaxing to sit there with a glass of wine in the evening sun. The conservatory leads into the kitchen. The kitchen is the much-loved hub of the home with an oil-fired Rayburn. There is a sitting room that is large yet very cozy with a log-burning stove. There is also a second sitting room or study which has a gas-fired wood burner. There is a useful utility room with a cloakroom and a hall area. There is a circular staircase that leads up to the first floor which has three generous double bedrooms, the master is en suite with a separate shower and bath and a dressing room. There is a family bathroom on this floor as well. There is a spiral staircase that leads up to the second floor which has a huge double bedroom with two Velux windows, making for a very bright, spacious room.
The castle gardens to the front have a lawn with flower beds and a garage/workshop. At the rear, there is a small lawned area with an oil tank. Both the villages of Marshfield and Colerne have excellent facilities which include primary schools, both of which have Good Ofsted ratings, two public houses in each village, convenience shops, doctors' surgeries, hairdressers, post offices, and coffee/tea shops. There are also thriving sports and social clubs to include football, cricket, rugby, and tennis clubs. There is a mainline rail service to London from Bath which is just 6.7 miles away, and Chippenham station is also within easy reach at just 10.2 miles away.
There is plenty to see and do in Bath, England. You might start by taking an architectural tour. A walk through Bath is like a journey through centuries of architectural art. It’s the reason why Bath is the only city in the United Kingdom that is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. You might also visit the Roman Baths. Immerse yourself in history and see how Bath’s former residents relaxed hundreds of years ago. There are interactive exhibits and CGI reconstructions that bring this unique ancient site back to life, showing how important the baths were to the Roman ancestors.
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