This split level village home was converted and arranged over three levels; two full levels and one half level. The reception hall leads down to the principal floor housing the living accommodation. The drawing room is well proportioned with a central stone fireplace and a picture window looking out to the hills. The adjacent dining room again allows the views to take precedent. The kitchen has oak units with integral appliances and space for a breakfast table. The utility room opens out to a practical side pathway. The garden level has a second sitting room with double doors opening into the conservatory, where one can sit out and look over the neighbouring rooftops to the wonderful countryside beyond. The spacious first floor landing leads to the four bedrooms. The master bedroom with its en-suite shower room and adjacent bedroom both take in that glorious aspect. Two further bedrooms look up the pretty village lane. The family bathroom completes the picture.
South Stoke is generally regarded as one of Bath’s most sought after villages and is within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty yet just three and a half miles from Bath city centre. Nearby country pursuits include horse riding and there is a network of country lanes and foot paths for picturesque country walks. The village benefits from a thriving community with a stunning 12th Century Grade II Listed church, a village hall, a refurbished and popular public house; The Packhorse. The World Heritage city of Bath provides a full range of retail outlets together with many amenities to include an excellent selection of restaurants, sporting facilities, the Theatre Royal and Thermae Spa. Bath Spa railway station provides direct access to Bristol, South Wales and London Paddington (approximately 90 minutes). The M4 motorway Junction 18 is approximately 10 miles to the north of the city centre and Bristol is some 10 miles to the west.
The garden of Parsonage Barn is a pretty addition to this country home and accessed from the side of the house and the garden room. An adjacent terrace provides a private dining area and a small level lawn is flanked by two raised borders and mature shrubs. A grass path leads down to an attractive lower level with deep borders full of summer flowers falling over railway sleeper terracing creating interest, colour and scent. An upper level has a productive vegetable patch, and a further lawn enclosed by fencing covered by scrambling Clematis, and provides a wonderful vantage to take in the most stunning views of the rolling countryside.
Services: All mains connected. Council Tax Band G. Superfast broadband is available in the village.
Three Reception Rooms
Glorious Rolling Views
Set in Conservation Area of Beautiful South Stoke Village
Closest Village To The City Centre