Enjoy winter evenings in front of the fire or summer evenings in the pretty garden in this simply stunning 16th Century grade II listed cottage, boasting a wealth of period features such as inglenook fireplace, exposed timbers, stripped elm doors and vaulted ceiling. The accommodation is over two floors and comprises; entrance hall with flagstones and exposed beams, sitting room with dining area and inglenook fire place with wood burner, window seat and exposed beams, stylish kitchen with granite work tops, limestone floor tiles and seat inset into wall, and cloakroom with WC with wash hand basin and limestone floor tiles. On the first floor is a landing area with beautiful bathroom with double shower leading off, bedroom one which has a vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, built in wardrobes and stone mullion windows and bedroom two with exposed timbers and stone mullion windows. Outside is a classic cottage style garden with a patio area for enjoying outside dining in the summer months. A path leads to the parking area where there is space for one car.
North Wraxall is a small village situated off the A420 which is tucked away from all of the pressures of the modern day world, and surrounded by some breath taking scenery and fantastic countryside walks. The village of Marshfield is a short drive away which offers a good range of amenities including, recently re-built village primary school, two pubs, post office, newsagent, butcher, general stores, doctors surgery. There is also a bus service into Bath and road links to Junction 17 of the M4 are within striking distance. Bath and Chippenham has a mainline rail link to London Paddington currently taking 1h 15mins but will be reduced when the electrification of the line is completed next year. The Georgian and World Heritage City of Bath is just 8 miles away and offers a comprehensive range of cultural attractions as well as excellent shopping and business facilities.