- Georgian Cottage
- Two Bedrooms
- Garden/Dining Room
- Kitchen Breakfast Room
- Enclosed pretty garden
St Andrews Church School (0.2mi.)
Bath Academy (0.3mi.)
St Stephens Church School (0.5mi.)
A unique Georgian unlisted two bedroom, two bathroom house with lovely south facing garden peacefully located in a pedestrian cul de sac in the heart of Georgian Bath. The property also benefits from a separate studio/ annexe which needs restoration.
“The peaceful location right in the centre of Bath make this a really appealing and unusual house,” says the vendor. “We used to live in the country, so really love to hear the sound of birds, but also wanted to be able to walk into the centre of town, so this house is perfect. It is a pretty Georgian cottage; we believe built in the late eighteenth century as two artisan cottages which have been converted into one. My favourite room is the beautiful drawing room which looks out onto the garden. There are return spaces on either side of the working eighteenth century fireplace with room for bookshelves, an eighteenth century show cupboard for my china collection and we have plenty of room for two sofas. The window has working shutters and as it looks onto the south facing garden the drawing room is flooded with light. The drawing room leads into the conservatory which we use as a dining room as it is off the kitchen, and also overlooks the garden. The kitchen has honey coloured solid oak doors on the units and a practical layout with room for a small table and four chairs. There is also a cloakroom on this floor.”
“Upstairs the master bedroom has one long fitted bookshelf and two windows with views over to the Georgian houses in Montpellier terrace and to the back of Christchurch church. There is an en suite bathroom with bath and good sized wardrobe and linen cupboard. The second bedroom has fitted wardrobes and an en suite with shower.”
“Sitting in the south facing garden with a glass of rose is heaven in the evenings. The garden is planted with box and climbing plants and is a real suntrap, and so quiet you would not believe you are in the middle of the city, it is a secret oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the city. On the other side of the garden is the north facing two room studio, which is in need of restoration. One room is double height and completely glazed on the garden side. There is an adjacent wc and butler’s sink, and a bed/sitting room. This would be a brilliant project to become a granny flat or home office.”
“From the house, it is 0.4 miles right into the centre of Bath, with all its unique shops, theatres, cinemas and galleries. Bath Spa station is 0.8 miles away, with trains to London in 1 hour and 10 minutes. Nicholls Court is located down a paved passage opposite the entrance to Hedgemead Park on Lansdown Hill, it is almost a secret location which not many people know about. The house feels very secure, with no ground floor windows to the front. There is residents’ parking available on the street. This has been a brilliant place to live – so quiet, so central and such a pretty Georgian house and garden.”
Services: All mains services are connected.
Planning: The property is not subject to a listing.
Local Authority: BANES
PLEASE NOTE THE POSTCODE DOES NOT ALWAYS WORK CORRECTLY WITH SATNAV, although the post is always correctly delivered. The property is positioned through an arched walkway, opposite the entrance to Hedgemead Park on Lansdown Road.
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