High Street, Batheaston, Bath

3 Bedroom End of Terrace House | Bath, BA1 7DW

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£420,000 Offers Over
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Property Features

  • A characterful Grade II listed three bedroom period cottage
  • Spacious living room with inglenook fireplace
  • Kitchen opening up into a enclosed rear garden
  • Recently updated bathroom
  • On street parking
  • Council tax band B, EPC rating D, Freehold

Property Summary

A unique 3 bedroom cottage set in the beautiful surroundings of Batheaston, spacious living room and kitchen, large bathroom and fully enclosed rear garden. On street parking.

Full Details

Full Details

An exquisite period cottage, bursting with period charm, spacious and light this 3 double bedroom property sits within a few minutes walk of all the popular local amenities in Batheaston close to beautiful countryside. The property comprises a living room benefitting from a large inglenook and gas fire with study area, and exposed stone walls, the kitchen with solid oak worktops and high ceilings offers direct access out to the rear garden. To the first floor there is the large bathroom with walk in shower, exposed wall and the light and airy principal double bedroom, up the period wooden staircase to the second floor you have two further good sized double bedrooms with a lovely outlook. To the front of the property there is a pretty level south facing courtyard. Rear garden mainly laid to lawn. On street parking.

Batheaston is a thriving and popular village situated approx. 3 miles to the east of Bath's city centre but still within easy walking distance. The village boasts plenty of local amenities such as two local convenience stores, independent café, Boots pharmacy, public house, fish & chip shop, doctors' surgery and dental practice. There are three primary schools nearby - Bathampton, Batheaston and Bathford. Frequent bus services run to Bath city centre from the High Street. The stunning surrounding countryside includes Solsbury Hill, Bathampton Meadows and the Kennett & Avon Canal, which provides a beautiful setting for scenic walks and cycling. Bath's city centre offers a wide range of cultural, leisure, sporting and shopping facilities. Bath Spa station runs regular and high-speed services to London Paddington and Bristol Temple Meads. Access to Junction 18 of the M4 is easily reached by following the A46 north.


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