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A stunning barn conversion offering over 2100 square feet of bright, spacious and versatile accommodation peacefully tucked away at the end of a ‘no through’ road in the heart of this sought after village. The Victorian farm building has been cleverly and sympathetically repurposed and retains original features such as exposed timber beams, stonework and wonderful vaulted ceilings. The property provides a wonderful place to work from home due to its peaceful location, versatile accommodation and Truespeed superfast fibre Broadband offering 200Mbps.
There is a generous gated driveway providing space for a number of vehicles to the front with fabulous stone wall, a pathway then leads you to the front door and on to mature and beautifully kept gardens surrounding the property.
These sunny gardens have been thoughtfully planted with an array of wild flowers, shrubs and trees creating distinct areas including front garden with area of lawn and generous paved patio ideal for entertaining, gravel patio for afternoon tea, pathway to the rear planted with a pretty wisteria and wild flowers with another seating area, leading back to a lawned front garden and the driveway.
Popular among horse riders and walkers, Priston has an extremely active village community with annual festival and May fair, cricket club, church, many weekly events and a thriving village pub with good food. The property is approximately 5 miles South West of Bath Spa Railway Station with a good service to London, 3 miles from Odd Down ‘Park and Ride’ offering extremely quick access into the City Centre and 30 minutes’ drive to Bristol Airport. There is a wide choice of good local state and private schools.
From Bath, take the A367 (signposted Radstock) as far as Odd Down ‘Park and Ride’. Straight over at the ‘Park and Ride’ roundabout on A367 for approximately 1/2 mile then turn right onto B3115 signposted Timsbury, Tunley and Priston. Continue straight on B3115 for about 1 mile, then take right hand turn to Priston (after small wooden bus shelter on the right) and before you get to Tunley. Follow this lane until you reach a T junction at the end, turn left down the hill into Priston. Continue through the village turning left just after the ‘Ring O’Bells’ village pub veering right at the fork. Milking Parlour is the penultimate house on the left.
35ft open plan kitchen/sitting/dining room with wood burner
4 double bedrooms
large family bathroom