Situated on the east side of Bath just a short stroll from the popular area of Larkhall is this splendid Grade II Listed Georgian townhouse. The house was refurbished in the early 2000’s using traditional 18th Century styles and methods and was awarded renovation of the year 2006 from Period Living magazine. Upon entering this wonderfully spacious home, one immediately notes the extra width of the hallway which also benefits from a detailed corniced ceiling, stripped and polished floor boards. The two ground floor reception rooms offer the growing family versatility, both have tall corniced ceilings and sash windows with working shutters. A smart utility room leads through to the walled garden which is both practical and easy to maintain comprising patio, lawn and flower beds. Back to the interior, a stone staircase leads to the wonderful open plan kitchen, dining and living area. Ancient flag stones add charm and the range of stone fireplaces in the kitchen are still intact, one with an open fire. This is a super space and includes access to two small courtyards both front and back, ideal for a potted courtyard to grow herbs plus the all important wine cellar. The spacious half landing allows light to flow in from the sash window and houses a shower room with under floor heating and a walk-in rainfall shower. The drawing room is such a graceful reception room with a front aspect from its three tall sash windows looking onto the green below interspersed by mature trees including Lime and Beech. The superb proportions are highlighted by the tall ceiling, once again decorated with fine plasterwork plus a beautiful marble fireplace and wedding doors opening into the with-drawing room; such an impressive entertaining space. Up on the second floor the two spacious bedrooms are served by a palatial bathroom which suits the style of the house whilst leading from the top floor landing is the third bathroom of the house and three further double bedrooms with views to the rear to the two of the seven hills of Bath, Solsbury and Lansdown.
Beaufort East is a handsome Georgian terrace on the east side of Bath comprising of fifteen townhouses dating back to the late 1700s. Just across this slip road is an attractive green with mature trees and some shrubs providing some privacy from the London Road. Larkhall is situated just around the corner and has a wonderful community atmosphere centred around the square. The popular amenities include a local theatre, both primary and secondary schools and St Saviours Church. There are a number of shops including butchers, grocers and delicatessen plus a small supermarket. This popular location is approximately one level mile walk into the city and benefits from an alternative route along the canal towpath. Bath offers a wonderful array of cultural facilities, fine shopping and restaurants. There is a mainline rail link to London Paddington (approximately 90 minutes) and Bristol Temple Meads (approximately 15 minutes). The house is well placed for easy access to Junction 18 of the M4 just over 8 miles north of the property.
Services: All mains connected. Council Tax Band G.
Five Reception Rooms
Wonderful Period Features
One Mile Walk to the City Centre