Address: 8 - Crown Court
Postcode: BA15 1BG
Sale Type: Sold
Postcode: BA15 1BG
Sale Type: Sold
Property SummaryThis picturesque, period cottage is one of several terraced houses that make up Crown Court in Bradford on Avon, one of the West Country’s prettiest towns and situated in Wiltshire, close to the Somerset border.
The court can trace its history to a weaving community and the earliest part dates to 1730. Built in 1800, this cosy house is elegantly furnished throughout and has the benefit of a south facing garden with a useful tool shed. It is part of a peaceful and secure community and well located with the George gastro pub opposite and Woolley Grange Hotel restaurant and spa just a 5 minute walk away.
The cottage is accessed via an archway from the road . A fine front door opens directly to a spacious and very comfortable sitting room that features a Bath stone fireplace that houses a wood burning stove, installed in 2019. The flue was also fully lined at the same time. Exposed natural stone walls and timber beams give the room bags of character and charm. A well equipped kitchen runs off the living room and includes a ceramic hob, dishwasher, washing machine and integrated oven.
Upstairs, there are two good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. The cottage has been fully double glazed, and the loft has been insulated in the last ten years.
The cottage has a pretty South facing front garden laid to gravel and a useful tool shed. The garden is not directly attached to the house.
Crown Court is ideally situated in Bradford on Avon and is a fifteen minute walk to the centre of town, the railway station and a wide range of shops and restaurants. Life in town is vibrant and there is a tangible sense of community spirit. Notable local events include the Pancake Race across the town bridge in February, The Lions annual fun day, the walking festival in September and local farmers markets on the last Sunday of every month. Local attractions include Barton Manor, the Peto garden and the ever popular Kennet & Avon Canal. Bradford itself is situated on the edge of the Cotswold hills and is famous for its ancient bridge in the centre of town that dates back to the 13th century. The beautiful and historic city of Bath lies just 7 miles West and offers a broad range of boutique shopping, cultural attractions and a café culture second to none.
Local schools in Bradford on Avon include Fitzmaurice primary and St Laurence school. Further afield are the Bath schools that include Prior Park, Monkton Combe and King Edwards.
Transport links are good with a railway station in the centre of town. The M4 is a 40 minute drive North with direct access to London.
Mains Water, electricity. Gas (internet controlled )
Local Authority: Wiltshire County Council
Council Tax band C
From the bridge in the centre of Bradford on Avon, head North East on Silver St towards Bull Pit, at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Market street/A363 – keep left to continue on Masons Lane. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Mount Pleasant/B3109. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Woolley Street. Crown Court will be on the right hand side. Look out for the Archway that leads to the property.
In accordance with the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 the information provided by Lodestone in these property details are to the best of their knowledge and are as accurate as possible.
PLEASE NOTE THAT LODESTONE HAS LOTS OF PROPERTIES WHICH ARE BEING DISCREETLY MARKETED ONLY ON OUR WEBSITE – www://lodestoneproperty.co.uk
Lodestone Property | Estate Agents | Sales & Lettings | Wells & Bruton Somerset
- Pretty period terraced cottage
- 2 bed 1 bath
- Gas central heating
- South facing rear garden
- Insulated loft
- Immaculate condition
- Excellent location
Guide Price £295,000enquire now