- Semi detached circa 1604 cottage
- Extended kitchen dining room
- Three double bedrooms
- First floor bathroom & ground floor WC
- No onward chain
- Dual aspect sitting room
- Far reaching views towards Bath
- Double garage to rear
- Picturesque village location
An early 17th century converted farmhouse nestled in the oldest part of Bathford village. Overlooking St Swithun's church, this extended semi with panoramic views towards Bath is steeped in history with the earliest record dating back to 1604. The farmhouse was converted in 1967 into two dwellings, Milkwood Cottage and Manor Farm Cottage.
Milkwood Cottage has since been significantly extended sometime in the 1970's with a double storey rear extension allowing for a kitchen dining room, sitting room and cloakroom to the ground floor. Three double bedrooms to the first floor include a full width main bedroom to the front with arched casement windows and a generous built in storage cupboard. The second bedroom to the rear takes in the view and bedroom three is a smaller double.
Externally, the west facing rear garden leads down to a double garage with vehicle access from the shared access lane to the side of the property. The elevation of the plot takes in St Swithun's church and sweeping panoramic views towards Bath.
Bathford is a thriving village with a real sense of community spirit located approximately 3 miles to the east of Bath. Local amenities including a village shop, an outstanding primary school, Avonvale Rugby Club and Bathford Cricket Club. Browns Folly, locally known as 'the Pepper Pot', is literally on the doorstep and is perfect for walking the dog or taking the kids out for an adventure. A regular bus service from Bathford takes you to and from Bath city centre and the village is well placed for access to the M4.
Tenure: Leasehold. Term: 999 year lease from 29/09/1967. Ground rent: £9.45 per annum collected by West of England estate management company on behalf of the freeholder Bath Ground Rent Estate.
Entrance Hall - 16'10" (5.13m) x 5'8" (1.73m)
Block parquet flooring. Staircase with understair cupboard. Radiator. Power points.
Sitting Room - 17'3" (5.26m) Max x 13'5" (4.09m) Max
Sash front window with sealed glazing sash windows either side. Double glazed French doors to rear garden. Chimney/fireplace with alcove shelving to sides. Two radiators. TV point. Power points.
WC - 5'5" (1.65m) x 2'5" (0.74m)
Double glazed side window. LLWC. Hand basin. Part tiled walls. Vinyl floor.
Kitchen Dining Room - 19'0" (5.79m) Max x 11'4" (3.45m) Max
Double glazed windows to sides. Double glazed rear window. Part block parquet flooring. Laminate worktops with inset one a half bowl single drainer sink unit. Range of kitchen units. Breakfast bar. Gas point. Cooker hood. Plumbing for washing machine. Pantry cupboard. Partially glazed side door to rear garden. Radiator. Power points.
Landing - 15'4" (4.67m) Max x 9'6" (2.9m) Max
Two double glazed side windows. Boiler cupboard. Two loft access points.
Bedroom 1 - 15'5" (4.7m) Max x 11'1" (3.38m) Max
Original arched casement windows to front with windowsill. Built in wardrobe storage. Radiator. Power points.
Bedroom 2 - 11'4" (3.45m) x 10'8" (3.25m)
Double glazed rear window. Radiator. Power points.
Bedroom 3 - 8'1" (2.46m) x 8'0" (2.44m)
Double glazed side window. Radiator. Power points.
Bathroom - 9'1" (2.77m) Max x 5'4" (1.63m) Max
Double glazed rear window with oversized windowsill. Panelled bath with tiled recess. LLWC. Hand basin. Part tiled walls. Shaver point.
Rear Garden - 47'0" (14.33m) Max x 29'0" (8.84m) Max
Patio seating area off the sitting room with steps down to path with flower and plant borders. Fencing to sides with gated rear access. Hedging to side and rear. Tap. Shrubs. Small fir trees.
Double Garage - 16'7" (5.05m) x 15'9" (4.8m)
Two up and over doors. Electric sockets and overhead light point.
Bath And North East Somerset Council, Band F
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