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Weston Farm House is a handsome Grade II Listed home situated on the edge of the city and is full of period features including beamed ceilings, wood panelled doors, sash windows and fireplaces. A spacious stone vestibule opens into the first reception room which has a central Bath stone fireplace with wood burning stove. Parquet wooden flooring, tall Georgian sash windows including their working shutters add to the period style. The adjacent sitting room again benefits from the sash windows looking over the front garden plus a central fireplace. The rear of this charming Grade II Listed home is thought to be the original farmhouse before the Georgians added the classic front façade. Tall sloping celling, exposed stone walls and a pretty case iron range add to the character. The adjacent kitchen also has a farmhouse theme with direct access out to the terrace.
This symmetrical period home has a classic floor plan with two bedrooms to the front on both the first and second floors. The two first floor bedrooms both have decorative cast iron fireplaces and sash windows to the front. There is also a large family bathroom to the rear. Up on the second floor there are a further two equally well-proportioned rooms served by the shower room.
Weston Village is a sought after area just two miles north-west of the city centre. Weston Farm Lane is located a little way off the High Street and is adjacent to countryside. Weston benefits from a good variety of local amenities, including Weston All Saints Primary School, a supermarket, café, post office, pharmacy and newsagents. There is further choice of primary school in the adjacent neighbourhood of Newbridge as well as a secondary school. The area is close to Bath’s Royal United Hospital. There is a pleasant walk via Weston Park through the Royal Victoria Park into the city famous for its stunning architecture and cultural activities and festivals.
There is a parking space for two cars to the side whilst the principal garden is to the front with a small lawn bordered by flower beds. Roses and Wisteria decorate the handsome façade. To the side a tall hedge provides screening to the decked terrace with direct access to the dining room. The cottage is a real bonus to this family home. Detached with its own courtyard it is constructed of random stone and a slate tiled roof. The ground floor houses a sitting room and a well-designed compact kitchen and bathroom. The first floor has a double and a single bedroom, all refurbished just a couple of years ago in a pleasant interior design.
Services: All mains connected. Gas central heating. Council Tax Band F.
Three Reception Rooms
Handsome Symmetrical Façade
Grade II Listed
Additional Detached Cottage
Manageable Enclosed Garden
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