Durley House is an attractive detached stone and tile period cottage set beside Timsbury Road in the village of Farmborough close to the community shop and village hall. Renovated in recent years it offers well appointed accommodation with character and a quirky nature but offering a good degree of versatility which will appeal to those seeking a unique period home.
On the ground floor the property is approached through an entrance hall leading to a large and versatile dining hall which an open tread staircase to the first floor. There is a cosy sitting room with exposed stone walls, fireplace and wood burning stove. The kitchen is well appointed with a range of units with solid wood work surfaces. There are three bedrooms, one of which is on the ground floor which allows it to double as a study if required. On the lower ground floor lies a shower room and utility space while on the first floor are two double bedrooms and a bathroom.
Externally the property enjoys an elevated position on Timsbury Road with a gravelled driveway providing off street parking. There is a level garden to the front laid mainly to lawn with a large timber garden shed.
Farmborough is a popular village location with a great community atmosphere. It has a community shop, parish church, community hall, playing fields as well as a hairdressers, two village pubs and a garage. There is a Co-Operative convenience store at nearby Marksbury and the towns of Keynsham and Midsomer Norton are within easy reach for a wider range of amenities. The cities of Bristol and Bath are within easy commuting distance, the well regarded primary school is close by and the property falls within the catchment area of Norton Hill Secondary School which is served by a school bus.
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