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This unique home dates back to the 1920’s and offers superb family accommodation situated in an elevated position in Camden, just north of the city centre. The house has been extended and refurbished over the decades to create a stylish home of white rendered walls under a pan tiled roof with large oak windows to make the most of the far reaching views. The ground floor comprises open plan dining hall leading into a sitting room, plus a separate play room; plenty of space for the growing family. Of particular note is the open plan live-in kitchen with bi-fold doors opening out to a covered terrace and to the garden, a perfect design. The first floor houses five bedrooms, the master suite is west facing and benefits from a balcony of the bedrooms area, there is also a dressing room and en-suite shower room. There are four further bedrooms served by three bathrooms. The views from the south facing bedrooms over the chimney pots of Bath to the hills on the south are a further feature of this wonderful home.
The location of Uplands is a major bonus. The house stands on a hill side above Camden Road and is accessed at the end of a pretty no through lane nestled in greenery with the hill behind serving as a back drop and the views to the south adding further appeal. Camden is only a mile from the city centre and those who wish can walk via Lansdown Road passing artisan businesses such as a florist, cabinet maker, antique shop and a jeweller. Hence, why this popular neighbourhood is often described as the fashionable artisan area of Bath. In the other direction is Larkhall village, although only a mile and a half from the city offers amenities such as a primary and secondary school, small supermarket, butchers, grocers, delicatessen, two cafes and even an independently run little theatre. On this side of the city are two of the Bath’s most highly regarded independent schools; Royal High and Kingswood. The popular primary school of St Stephens is close by. The north side of the city also offers easy access to Junction 18 of the M4.
The majority of this private garden is south-west facing to the side of the house. The house and garden feels nestled in by the mature trees of the hill behind, contrasting with a level lawn to the side bordered and enclosed by shrubs, fencing and wooden electric gates to the parking area. South and west facing terraces offer the perfect spot to enjoy the garden with bi-fold doors opening from the open plan kitchen and living area.
Services: All mains connected. Council Tax Band F.
3 Reception Rooms
Open Plan Kitchen and Living Area
Far Reaching Southerly Views
Terrace and Balcony
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