Built in the late-1800’s, the property is an attractive mixture of both Georgian and Victorian architectural styles. The traditional ‘three-deep’ downstairs layout makes economical use of the space, and has been opened up with an archway between the living and dining room, in line with modern preferences. Hard-wood flooring has been retained in both reception rooms, along with two feature fireplaces – one of which boasts a working log burner, the other a decorative yet functional log store.
Located at the rear of the property, the kitchen is a bright and functional space. With room for multiple white-goods, a custom spice shelf, neutral units, and easy-to-maintain floor tiles. Patio doors open up onto a decked area, which leads into the tiered garden, and also serves as the ideal spot to enjoy a morning beverage.
Upstairs, the two bedrooms are both doubles, and have retained their original cast iron fireplaces. Large windows allow in plenty of natural light, and offer elevated views across to Charlcombe and Solsbury Hill. The bathroom suite includes a shower-over-bath, and offers plenty of room for freestanding storage.
Whilst the property is in a ‘ready-to-move-into’ state, it does offer the potential to extend (STPP) out from the kitchen over time. Externally, the property presents a handsome Bath Stone façade, bay window, and ‘hidden’ parapet roof. It is approached via a short flight of stone steps, through a raised gravel bed – which is ideal for displaying decorative plants or ornaments. Parking is permit-free on-street.
Ideally situated on the edge of Fairfield Park, the house is a short walk from the local amenities on Camden Road, a pharmacy, doctor’s surgery, public house, and several bus stops – which provide a frequent service into Bath City Centre. St. Saviour’s primary school is only ten minutes down the road by foot, and St. Marks secondary is even closer. Going slightly further afield, the village of Larkhall provides a wide array of conveniences – including a co-operative, butchers, delicatessen, garage, several further public houses, and more. There are two full-sized supermarkets – Morrisons and Waitrose – within one mile of the property, and the latter also provides parking for city centre shopping.
For commuters, Fairfield Park provides easy access to London Road, which in turn is a thirty-minute drive from Junction 6 of the M4. Bath Spa train station is two-miles from the property, and is serviced by mainline trains connecting the South to London.
Council Tax Band:
Tenure: Leasehold Years Remaining on Lease: 888 Years Ground Rent/Service Charges: £0
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First Time Buyer: £2,500 Next Home: £7,500 Additional/Investment Property: £18,000
2 Bedroom House - End Terrace
A sympathetically maintained, Victorian end-terrace house, which would provide ample space for a professional couple or a new family, within a popular and convenient area of Bath.