Netherby Cottage is a most attractive Grade II listed double fronted, detached period property in the popular village of Box, five miles from the beautiful Georgian city of Bath. Built in 1725 from Bath stone quarried from the Box quarry. Striking stone facade, a pretty walled private garden which includes a totally secluded patio area/sun trap and a raised lawned area, with with mature shrubs and cottage garden borders.
Stone mullioned windows outside - elm floorboards, huge oak beams, stone flagstone floors and Bath stone fireplaces inside. Originally two cottages with a staircase at each end. The cottage has four bedrooms and a loft room study as well as another large loft space crying out for conversion.
The cottage is conveniently placed in the old heart of Box village, surrounded by period stone houses and minutes from local shops, primary school and transport links to Bath.