This wonderful 3-bedroom terrace is a Grade II listed cottage dating back over four hundred years and located in this much sought after quintessential English village. With stunning features and amazing views of the rolling hills from the back garden real advocate for country life. This property provides brilliant family living across all rooms. You enter the property into the entrance hall. At the front of the property you have the lounge area, fitted with a wood burner surrounded by an exposed brick fireplace, a real feature of the room. In the centre of the property is the dining room, with exposed beams and a wood burner this is the perfect place to entertain and relax. At the rear of the property you have the kitchen area that has access to the outside and also a separate staircase to the first floor. The First floor comprises of 2 double bedrooms, 1 ensuite and 1 family bathroom. Each room boast character, with exposed beams and high ceilings in the master room. On the 2nd floor there another double bedroom. You access the garden through the kitchen. You first step onto a cobble courtyard area that has an outhouse that is currently being used for storage. This leads you up some stairs and into the main of the garden. This is private and well maintained. The has recently been a decking area installed at the rear of the garden that has views across the neighbouring fields and villages.
Norton St Philip is a village with a history, a small battle was fought here during Monmouth's Rebellion in 1685, and 'The George Inn' is one of the oldest pubs in England, with an entry in the record books.
Norton St Philip is situated c.6 miles south of the centre of Bath. The M4 motorway is also close by putting London within easy reach by car or Bristol city centre via the A4 or M32. Alternatively, the nearest mainline station is Westbury with regular services into London Paddington, in under an hour and a half, or via the closer Freshford Railway Station to Bristol Temple Meads in under an hour. The village has as its social focus: three Churches, Village Green, a school, Village Hall, two pubs The George Inn' and 'The Fleur de Lys.