- Four bedroom terraced cottage
- Extended kitchen diner
- No onward chain
- South westerly facing garden
- Period features throughout
- Close to all local amenities
A charming extended four bedroom period terraced cottage. Accommodation across three floors and with off-street parking. It retains many original period features throughout and comes with no onward chain.
A period packed four bedroom terraced cottage built in 1909 with original features throughout reminiscent of the Arts and Crafts movement of that time. It has been recently extended to the rear to provide an open plan kitchen dining area and has had a decorative refurbishment throughout. It would make an ideal first time buy or family home and comes with no onward chain for those looking for a quick purchase.
This home is located half way along Old Fosse Road and is ideally located for all local amenities. It also provides easy access to the A36 for those who travel to nearby Bristol. What really makes its location stand out though is the abundance of quality schooling all within a one mile radius. Among them St Philip's CofE Primary School, St Martin's Garden Primary School, Bath Community Academy, Saint Gregory's Catholic College, The Link School Bath is a state special school as is Three Ways School, Moorlands Junior School, Moorlands Infant School, Southdown Infants School and Southdown Junior School. Slightly further afield you have Prior Park and Monkton private schools and Ralph Allen which was in the past voted best state school in Bath.Local amenities include a Co-Operative supermarket, pharmacy, hairdresser, laundrette, bakery, chip shop and public house. A short journey further and you will find a Sainsburys supermarket and a Tesco Express with petrol station.If you are looking for leisure facilities there is the Odd Down cycle circuit, playing fields, Culverhay Leisure Centre and Entry Hill municipal golf course. There is an excellent local bus service running to the city of Bath every 10 minutes and the Park & Ride service is also close by. A footpath from the rear gate of the property takes you to open countryside with numerous public footpaths leading to nearby local villages such as Englishcombe and Inglesbatch, ideal for dog walkers and those who enjoy walking.
A small entrance porch leads you through to the hallway which gives access to the sitting room and stairs to the first floor.
A light room with two windows to the front aspect it is full of period features with fireplace and log burner, wooden beam ceilings and beautiful original wooden dresser to the corner of the room. An authentic wooden door with latch, as found throughout the house, leads you through to the kitchen.
A spacious kitchen which has recently been opened up onto the dining room extension. The kitchen was hand made by a local craft joiner and cabinet maker. Bespoke units with solid cherry wood doors and drawer fronts with integrated electric oven, induction hob, inset sink drainer and space for appliances. You will also find an under-stairs storage cupboard which has space and plumbing for a washing machine.
A very good sized, light family dining space with a Velux roof-light, double glazed windows and double French doors giving access to the rear garden. There is underfloor heating throughout this room.
First Floor Landing
The landing provides access to three bedrooms, bathroom and stairs to the converted loft room.
A double room with double glazed window to the front aspect, original feature fireplace and built in wardrobes.
A double room with double glazed window to the rear aspect and built in wardrobe.
A single room with double glazed window to the front aspect.
Provides bath with mixer tap and wall attached shower head, sink with wooden vanity unit, WC and double glazed window to the rear aspect.
A double room in the converted loft space with wood effect laminate flooring, eaves storage cupboards, small Velux rooflight and double glazed window to the rear aspect with views across the garden and beyond.
Paver laid driveway with parking for one vehicle, established bed, shrubs and small bushes.
The garden has a south westerly aspect providing sunlight all afternoon and evening. To the rear of the house is a stone paved seating area with wooden pergola which makes a nice outdoor dining area in the summer months. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a stone paver path leading to the rear. Stocked with mature beds, shrubs and cooking apple tree which annually bears fruit. To the rear of the garden you will find a wooden built shed, greenhouse and a gate to a private path leading to open countryside walks.
Standard broadband available up to 17Mb(Estimated 6Mb)Fibre optic broadband available up to 362Mb*uSwitch
You will have to pay £6,250.00 in stamp duty.Your effective stamp duty rate is 1.92%.As a first time buyer you will have to pay £1,250.00 in stamp duty. Your effective stamp duty rate is 0.38%.
Band - D
Band - C
This property is marketed by TYNINGS Ltd as a sole agent and viewings are strictly by appointment only. All viewings are accompanied and by prior arrangement. Please contact Nicola Purnell to arrange a viewing.
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