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An attractive and spacious detached 17th Century house of great character and charm, Listed Grade II and retaining a number of fine and desirable original features. Offering wonderful family accommodation, the property also lends itself to further extending or the creation of an annexe or Airbnb - subject, of course, to obtaining any necessary consents.
Rose Cottage stands in delightful gardens of about ¾ acre which run up to the Kennet and Avon Canal. There are many mature shrubs, bushes, hedges, fruit and ornamental trees, flower borders, a level lawn, various pathways and tucked away seating areas.
Claverton is a sought after and pretty small village at the head of the Limpley Stoke Valley, just 3 or so miles from the centre of Bath. The house occupies a unique location at the end of a ‘no through’ road; below the canal, adjacent to the branch railway line (to Bradford on Avon), close to both open fields and Warleigh Weir. Wonderful walks are close at hand - along the riverbank, the canal towpath, or in the rolling countryside which surrounds the village. The property is well placed for Bath University, Monkton Combe, Prior Park, Bathampton, Ralph Allen and King Edwards Schools, whilst the centre of Bath is well served by a regular bus service.
From the centre of Bath, head Southwest on the A36. Upon reaching Claverton, turn left down Ferry Lane and Rose Cottage is the last house on your left hand side before the railway crossing. Rose Cottage will be found by going through the white painted double gates.