School cottage is believed to have been built in the eighteenth century and as its name suggests would have been the school building in this peaceful hamlet. A quaint mid terrace double fronted cottage with stone mullion windows and delightful picket fence and gate to the front aspect. Once inside the front door with its decorative strap hinges and knocker you find yourself in the spacious sitting room. With oak flooring throughout and feature Bath stone fireplace with log burner this room provides seating and dining areas. The lounge leads to a small hallway with access to the bathroom, kitchen and stairs to the first floor. The kitchen retains a period feel to it with cottage style floor and wall units and leads you through to a useful utility area. The bathroom is a good size providing low level WC, sink and bath with overhead shower. Stairs take you to the first floor landing with access to both bedrooms and the loft. Bedroom one is a good size double with built-in storage cupboard and the two lovely dormer stone mullion windows providing countryside views. Bedroom two is again a double in size and provides countryside views to the rear aspect. Externally to the rear is a 'sun trap' paved courtyard providing space for small table and chairs and is accessed from the utility room. To the front of the property you find off-street parking for numerous vehicles. This is an ideal property for those looking to downsize, as a pied-a-terre or those looking for a holiday let investment.
The hamlet of Claverton is a historic manorial settlement situated to the south of the city of Bath. Located between Claverton Manor and Warleigh Manor in undulating countryside the valley was the subject of landscaping and grand planning during the 17th and 18th centuries. Claverton has a village church and a regular bus service to Bath and Bradford on Avon. The River Avon and the Kennet and Avon Canal run to the east of the village. You will find a plethora of amenities and schooling in nearby Combe Down village. Bath Spa Station provides rail services to Bristol Temple Meads and London Paddington and is a short drive away.
Two stone mullion windows to the rear aspect complete with wooden shutters, log burning stove with original Bath stone fire place with Bath stone hearth, television point, two wall lights, built in under stairs storage closet, built in storage to both of the alcoves, ample space for a dining table, original wooden door to the front aspect, oak wooden floorboards, wooden door to the kitchen.
With a range of wooden wall and base kitchen units, Bosch four ring induction hob, Villeroy and Bosh ceramic sink, space for a washing machine, space for a fridge/ freezer, tiled floor, window opening into the rear courtyard garden, wooden door providing access to the rear court yard.
A good size bathroom with high ceiling, with a suite providing a bath with electric shower and glass shower screen, low level w.c, wash hand basin with tongue and groove detailed storage under, shaver unit, velux window with further glazed opaque window to the rear aspect, lino flooring.
Stripped wooden floor boards, two stone mullion windows to the front aspect with wooden shutters, original wooden door, built in wall to wall wooden storage unit/wardrobe with two hanging rails.
Hessian carpet, window to the rear aspect, original wooden door, inbuilt storage closet with shelves.
Enclosed with a stone wall, wooden storage shed, paved.
With attractive original paving and a white picket fence, some border shrubs and mature plants, original wooden door to the front of the property.
Standard broadband up to 17Mb (Estimated 1Mb)
Fibre optic broadband up to 76Mb
You will have to pay £7,500.00 in stamp duty.
Your effective stamp duty rate is 2.14%.
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