Solsbury Lane, Batheaston, Bath

2 Bedroom End of Terrace House | Bath, BA1 7HB

£375,000 Guide Price
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Property Features

  • A beautifully presented and spacious period property
  • Situated in a pretty quiet lane within the sought after village of Batheaston
  • Open plan living/dining and kitchen with large bay window
  • Two double bedrooms, family bathroom, spacious hallway
  • Council tax band D, EPC rating D, Leashold, share of freehold
  • Pretty front garden with off road parking space, rear courtyard, rural outlook

Property Summary

A charming period cottage set within a quiet lane within the sought after village of Batheaston. Beautifully presented accommodation comprising an open plan living/dining/kitchen, two good sized double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Front garden with secure parking. Rear courtyard garden.

Full Details

Full Details

Hill Farm Annexe is a substantial period cottage, bursting with period charm, spacious and light. This beautifully presented property sits within a few minutes walk of all the popular local amenities in Batheaston close to beautiful countryside. The property has a generous entrance hall, a living room benefitting from a large bay window and exposed walls, opening into the kitchen/dining room. The kitchen has solid work tops and is well equipped with direct access out to the rear courtyard. There are two good sized double bedrooms with built in storage and a lovely outlook. A contemporary modern bathroom with a free standing bath and separate shower. To the front of the property there is a pretty level garden with an outbuilding and off road parking for one vehicle.

Situated within a pretty, quiet lane within the sought after village of Batheaston, north/east of Bath. Batheaston has a wide range of amenities including primary school, newsagents, coffee shop, doctors and dentists, veterinary surgery, and public house. A cycle path runs from the village across the meadows to the canal where it joins the towpath either in the direction of Bath/Bristol or Warleigh Weir/ Bradford-on-Avon. The World Heritage City of Bath with its abundance of cultural, recreational and retail facilities is only 3 miles away and there are frequent bus services running through the village. The village offers easy access to the M4 (J18) and A4 to Chippenham and Bristol. Bath Spa station provides mainline rail services to London Paddington and Bristol.

Leasehold. 999 year lease which commenced in 1998. Share of freehold. Hill Farm (Batheaston) Management Company.


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