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This refurbished and extended 1930s semi-detached house with stunning views is located in a popular, elevated area on the southern slopes of Bath. With further potential to extend or adapt, there is also an undercroft area and a large attic with a Velux. A porch leads into the main hall and leads to a cloakroom. The bay-fronted sitting room has a Bath stone fireplace with a gas-coal Jetmaster, flanked by bookshelves and a television cabinet. This open-plan room leads to the light and airy dining area which also has a fireplace with tiled slips, further cabinet and shelves, and sliding doors onto the terrace. A modern well-appointed kitchen with an induction hob leads off the dining area, and there is an adjacent utility area with matching units and a Butlers sink and additional doors to the terrace. A further utility room with plumbing for appliances has an internal door to a wide single garage with workshop area. The staircase is bathed in light from a glazed panel from the attic beneath a Velux window. Upstairs, the spacious master bedroom has walk-in cupboards and an en-suite shower room. A family bathroom serves the three remaining bedrooms
The property is close to the popular area of Bear Flat, with shops, cafes and restaurants. There are a number of excellent schools nearby as well as The University of Bath, and Bath Spa University to the west. The centre of Bath is approximately 2 miles away with the railway station linking to London Paddington and Bristol, which can be reached on foot. The city of Bath offers an array of cultural and leisure amenities with excellent communication links to Bristol International Airport, the M4 and the A303. Combe Grove Country Club and Sham Castle Golf Club and countryside walks are nearby.
To the front is parking for several cars behind mature shrubs with hedging leading to an integral garage. Side access leads to the rear garden with lawns on two levels with attractive flower and shrub beds and trees, all bound by mature hedging onto the park. A paved sitting area has steps up to a full-width wooden deck offering magnificent views across Bath to the hills beyond. Beneath the terrace is the undercroft, with some head clearance and further storage space, currently used for gardening equipment.
Services: All mains connected. Council Tax Band E.
Open Plan Kitchen
4 Bedrooms & 2 Bathrooms
Garage and Parking
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