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This fine example of a Grade II Listed Georgian town house is presented in attractive condition with modern touches, yet retaining many of the period features such as moulded cornicing. Oak and wood floor enhance the tasteful decor. On the ground floor, stairs ascend and descend to the other floors and at the front, a drawing room looks out through a deep shuttered sash window. A wood burner is set within a central fireplace and beyond is a further sitting room or guest bedroom with storage. At the rear is a further bedroom/study with rear lobby to the garden and a cloakroom. The lower ground floor hall leads to two usable vaults with a utility room at the rear including the original pantry. The kitchen and dining area are linked by a wide opening allowing ample light to flow. The kitchen is well appointed with extensive cabinets and wooden work tops, a wide range recess and extractor above. The original Bath stone fireplace makes a further attractive feature. Beyond the dining room is a garden room with a cloakroom and door to the garden. The first floor offers two double bedrooms with ornamental fireplaces and storage with the master having an open walk-in wardrobe. A luxuriously appointed and tiled bathroom, located on the first floor half landing includes a separate shower cubicle.
Brunswick Street is situated just off the city centre and within a level walk of all the unique shops, boutiques and restaurants of Walcot Street, the city centre and the much favoured Larkhall. Communications are also a major feature with excellent access to the A36 or M4 motorway via Junction 18 some 10 miles to the north. Bath Spa Railway Station is also within walking distance providing high speed links to London Paddington or Bristol Temple Meads in the west. Within a 20 mile drive is Bristol Airport serving a broad range of international destinations. Bath is a cosmopolitan World Heritage City with some of the finest restaurants and shopping to be found outside London making it the most attractive place to live.
The rear garden is a particular feature of this city home with a westerly aspect and mature willow tree, adding wonderful greenery and shade for alfresco dining on the paved terrace. Beyond are well stocked flower and shrub beds surrounding a lawn, all arranged over several levels. A garden shed provides extra storage. There are also two vaults to the front for storage.
Services: All mains connected. Council Tax Band E.
Many Period Features
Excellent City Location
Unrestricted Street Parking
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