This row of six terraced houses were built in the 1930's to house local farmworkers. This property offers two double bedrooms, living room kitchen and bathroom. Situated in the highly desired village of South Stoke and providing glorious countryside views from the front aspect and garden. Sold with no onward chain.
You approach this property on foot through a gate and along the terrace to the front door. Once inside the small hallway provides access to the living room, kitchen and stairs to the first floor. The living room is a spacious room for a house of this nature with dual aspect double glazed windows making it nice and light and with a feature open fireplace. The kitchen is fitted with modern wall and floor units with worktop, inset sink, integrated gas oven and hob and space and appliances, such as washing machine, dryer, fridge and freezer. There is also a double glazed rear door providing rear access. You will also find a WC at this level. To the first floor you find two double bedrooms both with built in storage space. Both rooms also provide far reaching countryside views through double glazed windows. The bathroom is fitted with modern a modern suite consisting of bath, walk-in shower, washbasin and WC. There is an opaque double glazed window to the rear aspect. Externally the southerly aspect garden is part terraced with decking, making a great seating area to take in the views, and the remainder as lawn. There is also a wooden built shed and small undercroft beneath this for storage. Parking is to be found in a lay-by on Old School Hill at the end of the terrace.
South Stoke is somewhat of a hidden gem being a small picturesque village situated on the southern fringes of the city of Bath. It is located 2 miles (3 km) south of the city. The village is in a designated Conservation Area and the buildings are mainly built with cream oolitic limestone. There are no less than 27 listed structures in and around the immediate village, which has retained much of its original character and historic appeal. The village has in recent times been made famous by the South Stoke villager’s successful campaign to buy back their beloved Pack Horse pub. Through community funding and national/international press coverage the pub re-opened in 2018 and the result is a true testament to everyone’s efforts. A thriving and friendly village pub which is a must see should you visit the area. The local church is situated centrally in the village and dedicated to St James it dates from the 12th century. Although the village has a very rural secluded feeling it is also very usefully only 1/3 mile to the nearest bus stop to the city and ½ mile to the nearest local supermarket and petrol station. You also have Combe Down village nearby with its abundance of amenities, shops and all levels of schooling. The village provides views over the surrounding countryside and is the starting point for many country walks. A popular route is to visit other villages and their pubs in the area, such as Combe Hay and Midford, via the now disused Somerset Coal Canal. You may also like to visit the nearby South Stoke Millennium Viewpoint which is a stone seated beauty spot providing far reaching views towards the Westbury White Horse hill and beyond.
There will be £7,500 Stamp Duty payable.
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