Forsters House is a beautiful example of a fine townhouse that is situated within a hugely popular village within close proximity to the Georgian city of Bath. Converted from part of the old brewery the property is tucked away in a quiet spot whilst still being in the heart of the village. The property has well proportioned accommodation with a wealth of character and charm throughout; there are steps up to the properties front door where a beautiful Wisteria flows across the front of the house. The hall gives access to the generous living room with an exposed stone wall and fireplace that houses a pretty wood-burner, there are arches that lead though to a dining area and small library area and a further door opens into a lobby where there is a utility cupboard and cloakroom. The kitchen/breakfast room is bespoke in design largely due to individual contours of the property and has handmade wooden units; purpose built work-surfaces and two newly fitted ovens, hob, extractor fan and breakfast area. On the first floor there is a spacious landing with a large airing and linen cupboard, the landing gives access to the master bedroom which has built in wardrobes and a good size en suite bathroom, a further bedroom and separate family shower room. The second floor layout mirrors that of the first with similar landing space with large storage cupboard, a generous double bedroom, a comfortable single and a family bathroom.
Outside of the property there are two specified parking spaces and a woodshed and store.
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