You approach Windrush via long stone chipped driveway with the delightful gardens to your right hand side. You find two entrances to the front of the house and how you intend to arrange the living accommodation will dictate which entrance you might use. We enter the property via the covered entrance into the original part of the house. The house was built in the 1970’s as a three bedroom detached property and was then extended with a self contained annexe in the 1990’s creating a now spacious five double bedroom property. The entrance hallway provides access to cloakroom, living room, study, kitchen and stairs to the first floor. The living room is a bright and spacious L-shaped room with triple aspect windows overlooking the gardens and central feature fireplace. It leads round to a dining area with serving hatch to the kitchen and sliding glazed doors that open onto an outdoor seating area. Back to the hallway and you enter the large study or possible further double bedroom if required. The kitchen is fitted with wooden floor and wall units and could benefit from some level of modernisation. Although you might also look to open this room up into either the dining area off of the lounge or through to the study room. From the kitchen you walk through a very useful utility room, with access to the rear garden, and on into the more recently built side to the house. The lounge here has a wonderful feature log burner fireplace and has sliding glazed doors to the rear garden courtyard. Through this room leads you to another entrance hallway with stairs to the first floor, access to a further kitchen and an entrance lobby. The kitchen is fitted with modern floor and wall units and has space for a small breakfast table. Stairs from this side of the house lead you to the first floor where you find three double bedrooms and a bathroom. You pass through one of the bedrooms to take you back through to the original side of the house where you find two further double bedrooms and another bathroom.
Externally to the rear of the property is a courtyard area with potting shed, lean to area for log storage and three converted stables. The stables provide a garden store, workshop and an office which has been insulated and has power to it and light. From here you find the patio seating area outside of the living room and small garden which then leads to the front of the property. The front garden is a delight with an abundance of plants and flowers, with established beds and small trees and garden features. A small wooden gate takes you back to the driveway at the front of the house with parking for at least three vehicles. Here you also find a large garage/workshop with 3-phase power and lighting. A very spacious much loved property which with some reconfiguration and refurbishment to suit your needs will provide the right person with a lovely family home.
Marshfield is a highly sought after picturesque village situated in a rural location at the southern end of the Cotswold Hills, just 8 miles north of Bath. An eclectic mixture of housing with predominantly Georgian houses but also Victorian, Tudor and modern developments. A vibrant local community the village offers the perfect combination of modern convenience with traditional rural living. An abundance of amenities which include a general store (with superb deli counter), three public houses, post office, butcher, newsagent, vet, doctors surgery, two garages, church, tea shop, hair salon, community centre and a highly regarded primary school and pre-school nursery. There is convenient access to the M4 motorway, with junction 18 within 4 miles and Bristol 18 miles to the west.
Carpet throughout, coving, wall mounted security alarm, doors to the cloakroom, lounge, study, dining room and kitchen.
Fitted with low level w.c, wash hand basin, low level w.c, radiator, opaque glazed window to the side aspect.
Situated to the front of the property with double glazed window to the front aspect, carpet throughout, radiator.
With a range of wall and base kitchen units, sink drainer unit, electric oven, fridge, window to the rear aspect, coving, door to the utility room.
Plumbing for a washing machine, sink drainer unit, space for a freezer, door and window to the rear providing access to the rear garden.
Fireplace fitted with a log burning stove, double glazed patio doors to opening into the rear garden, carpet throughout, two radiators, coving, space for a dining table and access to the second kitchen
With a range of wall and base kitchen units, plumbing for a washing machine, large fitted ceramic sink, double Rangemaster gas oven with five ring gas hob and extractor hood over, space for fridge freezer, tiled splash back, window to the side aspect.
Large useful space fitted with one phase and three phase electric power, currently used as a workshop though there is ample parking for two cars.
Dual aspect L shaped room with windows overlooking the side and rear gardens, carpet throughout, fire place with slate hearth, television point.
Dual aspect room to the rear of the property with two storage cupboards, television point.
Double sized bedroom with ample storage to the eaves providing shelves and hanging rails, window to the side aspect.
Dual aspect bedroom situated to the front of the property with a windows to the front and side aspects, two storage cupboards, television point.
Situated to the front of the property with a built in airing cupboard and further separate wardrobe with hanging rail, access to the eaves storage, television point.
Single bedroom situated to the rear of the property with window overlooking garden, television point.
White suite with a bath and mains shower over, tiled floor, low level w.c, wash hand basin with storage under, radiator, extractor fan, spot lights, opaque glazed window to the rear aspect.
Bath with a shower attachment, low level w.c, wash hand basin, radiator, opaque glazed window to the rear aspect.
Standard broadband up to 17Mb
Fibre optic broadband up to 76Mb
You will have to pay £22,500.00 in stamp duty.
Your effective stamp duty rate is 3.46%.
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