Built only three years ago, the Tyndale development consists of nine neo-Georgian townhouses, which are nestled within their own private communal gardens. This particular house is an end-terrace, and offers four bedrooms and spacious living across three floors.
The interior of the property has been lovingly elevated from the original specification by the current owners, with bespoke fittings and installations throughout. On the ground floor, the kitchen/diner is truly the heart of the home, with custom-made units, wooden worktops, and integrated appliances. The gas fireplace with stone-surround is ideal for huddling around after long country walks, and there is ample space for an eight-seater dining table.
There is a lovely flow from the kitchen/diner into the extended garden room. This makes a welcoming family space, and features anthracite finished bi-fold doors, which lead out into the level back garden. The garden itself has been landscaped, and offers an attractive patio area, synthetic lawn, storage with a hot-and-cold water tap, and a custom-made barbeque station.
To the front of the ground-floor is a home office/snug, which has been fitted with handcrafted cabinets and shelves, and beautiful oak flooring. Completing the downstairs is a practical utility room, and cloakroom.
Further renovations have been made upstairs, including an upgraded family bathroom, and a recessed walk-in-wardrobe space in the larger of the two first-floor bedrooms. Across the landing from here is the oak-floored living room, and the second bedroom, which is currently being used as a nursery. Both of these have a lovely outlook across towards the historic Bathford house, which actually served as the namesake for the development, as it used to be the home of the Tyndale family.
The second, and final floor of the house consists of two part-vaulted double bedrooms, both of which have their own luxuriously-appointed en-suite shower rooms.
Externally, the property benefits from a single garage with loft access, and an allocated parking space. There are also two further parking spaces which are shared with the rest of the Tyndale houses, for friends and family to use. The attractive communal gardens consist of mature trees, lawns and seated areas, and are a lovely space in which to walk and play.
Tyndale is approached via remote-controlled electric gates, part-way up Bathford hill. Bathford village has a lovely community feel, and offers plenty of local amenities, including a village shop and café, a public house, a hairdresser, a recreation ground, and a Church. Bath City Centre is three miles away, and offers an array of shopping, museums, sites of historic note, a cinema, and supermarkets.
Bath Spa train station is serviced by mainline services to London and the South, and Bathford offers easy access to the M4 Junctions 17 and 18 via the A4 and A46. There are a variety of local schools, including the outstandingly rated Bathford C of E primary, St. Andrew’s C of E primary, St. Mark’s secondary, King Edwards School, Monkton Combe, Prior Park, Kingswood and Stonar School.
Tenure: Freehold Council Tax: Band F Communal Garden Upkeep Charge: £700 per annum Services: All mains connected. Pressurised heating via radiators on the upper-floors, and via under-floor pipes on the ground-floor.
STAMP DUTY CALCULATOR
If the Property is purchased at the listing price of £750,000 then the stamp duty due will be calculated as follows: First-time Buyer: £27,500 Next Home: £27,500 Additional/Investment Property: £50,000
4 Bedroom House - End Terrace
Situated within an exclusive gated community in the sought-after village of Bathford, this contemporary townhouse occupies an elevated position, and combines a handsome façade with a beautifully presented interior.