Pound Cottage is a delightful period end of terraced cottage situated in a Conservation Area in the old village of Saltford set back from High Street and close to St Mary's Parish Church. The property is not listed but has a most attractive façade in stone with a traditional clay tiled clad pitched roof. A substantial modern extension to the building has been completed in a very sympathetic manner using largely reclaimed materials. The property is not short of character internally with stripped internal doors, oak flooring, beamed ceilings and characterful multi pane double glazed windows. Although perfectly liveable as it stands there is scope for some cosmetic enhancement to realise to the property's full potential.
Downstairs, the property is approached through an open canopied porch to a spacious entrance hall, there is a sitting room with wood burning stove and a kitchen/dining room as well as a utility room. The first floor has two bedrooms and a shower room.
On the outside the delightful setting comes to the fore. There is a small courtyard area to the rear of the cottage with the garden lying to the front on the southern side of the building arranged as paved terraces with an extensive lawn, flower and shrub borders and a good size garden shed. Importantly, in this location, the property has the rare advantage of off street parking for up to two vehicles within the plot.
The location offers easy access to the Bristol, Bath cycle path, there are local pubs within walking distance as well as riverside and country walks. The hub of the village on the A4 with its shops and amenities and excellent transport links to Bristol and Bath is also easily accessible.
Saltford is an excellent strategic location between the cities of Bristol and Bath offering a range of village amenities and excellent local schools, both the village primary school and Wellsway at Keynsham. The cities of Bristol and Bath are within easy reach by road and public transport. Read more