Situated on the picturesque Cotswold Way is this beautifully presented detached property with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside boasting 2150 square feet of accommodation over two floors.
The property offers flexible accommodation with the added opportunity of providing B&B or holiday rental for walkers on the renowned Cotswold Way.
The cottage has been tastefully renovated but still retains original features and character throughout including exposed beams and stone fireplaces. The ground floor comprises of a light and airy kitchen/breakfast room that has triple aspect windows and double doors leading to a paved seating area with a gas fired fire pit. Down three steps leads to the large dining room with double French doors opening into a spacious 25ft long lounge. This room benefits from having a stone fireplace with a wood burning stove and views that overlook the neighbouring fields.
Leading off the lounge and through a further set of French doors is a snug with a second stone fireplace and wood burning stove and a door leading to the front garden. Off the snug is a separate kitchen/utility room with fridge, washing machine and tumble dryer. This part of the property has a separate staircase leading to two guest bedrooms and a separate bathroom with bath and electric shower. The master bedroom can be reached by the second staircase leading from the dining room.
This bedroom stretches over 25ft and benefits by having an adjoining shower room. There is also a smaller fourth single bedroom currently used as a dressing room. To the front there is a secluded pretty cottage garden and a large parking area with turning space suitable for 4 to 5 cars.
Pennsylvania is a small hamlet situated to the north east of Bath nestled in the Cotswold Way in an area of outstanding natural beauty, close to the villages of Cold Ashton and Marshfield, and just 3 miles from junction 18 of the M4. Marshfield offers a good range of local amenities including a country store, local post office, three public houses, newsagents, butcher, doctor, veterinary surgery, community centre and modern primary school. For a wider selection, the world heritage city of Bath
provides a full range of retail outlets together with many other amenities, which include the Theatre Royal, sports facilities, an excellent selection of schools and a number of fine restaurants. Bath also provides a main line railway station giving direct access to London Paddington, Bristol and South Wales.