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Turleigh, Nr Bradford-on-Avon Guide Price £550,000


An extraordinary opportunity to renovate a detached period home on a country lane.


The accommodation is well proportioned but very dated. We fi nd two good receptions which share views over the valley with two of the bedrooms. The kitchen is the narrow galley style with a rear lobby behind it leading to the garden which is above the property and also enjoys the outlook. The third bedroom is accessed via its own staircase and is a large room with vaulted ceiling – a great space.


Externally are gardens and a garage/


carport with roof terrace over it. Highly recommended viewing.


Bearfi eld Cottage, Bradford-on-Avon £525,000


This is a great house for parties as well as a very comfortable retreat!


Bearfi eld Buildings is a popular spot hidden away on the Bath side of town with access to schools, shops, pubs & lovely countryside walks.


Bearfi eld Cottage is full of character & charm with lots of exposed beams & stonework. Excellent reception space including a large sitting room with fi replace; a smart dining room with skylight & the garden room. The kitchen is well proportioned with space for a breakfast table. One of the bedrooms is on the ground fl oor with ensuite & access to garden. Upstairs are 3 bedrooms & family bathroom.


Bearfi eld Cottage ticks most boxes for the discerning house hunter.


Essential viewing. Tel: 01225 866747


27 Market Street, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, BA15 1LL email: info@jeremyjenkins.co.uk • website: www.jeremyjenkins.co.uk


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