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This is one of our Country Houses
A detached family home situated within an exclusive development of just eight individual villas architecturally designed in the Georgian style. Traditional materials such as the façade of dressed Ashlar stone and slate tiles compliment the stone, granite and oak on the interior. This family home is approached via a gravel drive leading to a detached double garage, the gardens to the side and rear are enclosed by mature stone walling and fencing and mainly laid to lawn. The reception hall provides an impressive entrance to this high quality home, the contemporary and sleek kitchen has shiny cream units under a granite work surface and an area for informal dining. The ground floor sitting room has a dining area and patio doors leading to the terrace and garden. The first floor drawing room offers a smart formal entertaining space dressed with a classically designed Bath stone fireplace and a balcony providing a far reaching aspect. The master bedroom is an equally impressive room with an en-suite bathroom and dressing room. With four further bedrooms and two bathrooms, this Bath residence offers the discerning purchaser a classical design style with the very best in 21st Century technology and furnishings.
Just eight Georgian style villas were built a decade ago in grounds surrounding an existing Georgian villa with the name deriving from the many specimen trees of the area and the adjacent Alice Park. Situated near the popular village of Larkhall and Batheaston, 6 The Elms is just over a mile from the centre of Bath. Local amenities, of Larkhall include an excellent village centre with theatre, chemist, post office. delicatessen, pub and mini supermarket plus well regarded schools.
Bath is a World Heritage Site famed for its Roman heritage and Georgian architecture. There is a wide variety of cultural, leisure, sports and shopping facilities along with a mainline rail link to London Paddington (journey time approx. 90 mins) and Bristol Temple Meads (journey time approx. 15 mins). Junction 18 of the M4 is approximately 10 miles north
Bath Stone Facade
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