If you’re looking to relocate to the country and set up your own studio, how about this little Grade II-listed gem?
We’ve been contacted by the son of the owners, who explained: “I’m trying to sell my parents’ property in Marshfield, in the Cotswolds. It has been a butcher’s shop for 50 years, and latterly has incorporated the village Post Office. The building has a traditional shop front, with large open kitchens and workspace.
“We have been approached by potters, who unfortunately couldn’t proceed, but it made us think outside the box, and we love the idea of it going on to be an asset to a talented creative person, rather than for development. It would be perfect for a potter.
“The property has a number of advantages, with space for a kiln, three-phase electricity, workfloors, amenities, a courtyard, an office space, accommodation, a shop front and gallery space – all in a bustling village outside Bath that has a vibrant and thriving arts scene, so it has loads of potential for a potter.”
For more photos of the property and details of the accommodation, visit: davismeade.co.uk
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