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Camden Terrace is hidden away above Camden Road with a pedestrian access via stone steps leading to the charming Grade II Listed terrace of six houses. No 5 has a pretty garden with flower beds bordering a small lawn and a terrace for dining. The ground floor of this appealing Georgian city home houses an open plan kitchen/dining room with a wall of hand made units incorporating appliances under a Corian work surface. Open shelves add contemporary style storage and there is direct access to an enclosed courtyard of pennant flagstones; a perfect spot for lunch. The dining area to the front has a central marble fireplace with an open fire plus super views across Bath. Also on this floor is a double bedroom and study to the rear. Stone steps with the wonderful patina of generations lead down to the lower ground floor with a further spacious bedroom, shower room and utility area. Up on the first floor sitting room the views across Bath to the beautiful Prior Park are wonderful. Once again there is an attractive central fireplace adding a focal point to an already pleasant room including stripped floor boards and corniced ceiling. The third double bedroom is located on this floor whilst the second floor has a delightful master bedroom with panoramic views plus a smart family bathroom. This is a wonderful city home with traditional materials such as stone, marble, slate and wood, fusing with the contemporary and stylish interior design.
This popular neighbourhood is often described as the fashionable artisan area of Bath. Camden Terrace is an attractive row of Georgian terraced homes elevated and set back from the road by stone steps and a pathway leading to the front private gardens of the houses with their pleasant outlook. On this side of the city are two of Bath's most highly regarded independent schools; Royal High and Kingswood, plus the popular state primary school, St Stephen's is also close-by. Bath city centre can be accessed by foot down Lansdown Road passing antique shops and jewellers, whilst there are further shops and cafes in the other direction in nearby Larkhall. The City of Bath itself offers an array of cultural and leisure amenities and is interspersed with parks and public areas. Bath has excellent communications with Bristol and is approximately 10 miles from Junction 18 of the M4. There are high-speed train services from Bath Spa Station to London Paddington (approximately 90 minutes).
Services: All mains connected. Gas heating and open fires. Council Tax Band F.
Open Plan Kitchen/Dining
First Floor Sitting Room
Stylish Interior Design
Wonderful Views Across Bath
Pretty Front Garden and Courtyard
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