- Beautiful 1930s family home
- Separate sitting room
- Three bedrooms
- Super location for schools
- Kitchen dining room with views
- Utility and downstairs WC
- Pretty gardens front and back with rear access
- No chain
Situated in Fairfield Park, this edge of city location within a mile and a half of the city centre gives the best of both worlds, with its semi rural outlook perfect for those looking for a balance between city life and countryside living.
It's a downhill walk into town with the option of a regular bus service back home. The scenic location is perfect for countryside walks towards Charlcombe, Wooley and Lansdown. The BA1 postcode makes M4 motorway access straightforward. The hustle and bustle of Larkhall village is within half a mile offering a range of independent shops and cafes including the Larkhall Butchers, Goodies Deli, a greengrocers, Larkhall Deli, a Co-Op supermarket and an independent bookshop. There is also the Rondo theatre and the Oriel Hall offering activities including Pilates and meditation classes.
The location is perfect for a family with local schools including St Stephens primary school with both the Royal High and Kingswood independent schools within a mile. St Saviours junior and St Marks secondary schools are a similar distance.
This house feels private from the road with a mature garden with steps down to the front door. A spacious hall leads to the reception rooms with open space under the stairs. The separate living room has a square bay window to the front. Across the rear of the house is a wonderful light kitchen with quartz worktops and space for a sofa to socialise while cooking. From the kitchen is a utiilty room with plumbing for washing machine and space for the tumble dryer. A sliding door leads to a ground floor WC. A door leads out to the garden.
The bedrooms upstairs are all a good size. There are two rooms to the front with a larger master to the rear. The views are far reaching out across the rooftops in the direction of Bathford. The bathroom is modern with a white suite.
Front door. Staircase. Radiator.
Sitting Room - 14'4" (4.37m) Into Bay x 11'3" (3.43m)
Double glazed bay window to front. Coved. Radiator.
Kitchen Dining - 17'1" (5.21m) Max x 11'5" (3.48m)
Double glazed window overlooking garden. Range of base and wall units. Built-in sink unit with quartz worktops and part tiled. Plumbed for dishwasher. Cooker hood. Radiator. Space for dining. Door to utility, WC and garden.
Utility Room - 5'7" (1.7m) x 5'3" (1.6m)
Double glazed window and door to garden. Plumbed for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Worktop. Sliding door to WC.
Double glazed window to rear. LLWC and hand basin. Wall mounted combi-boiler.
Hatch to loft space.
Bedroom One - 11'4" (3.45m) x 11'4" (3.45m)
Double glazed window to rear. Coved. Radiator.
Bedroom Two - 11'6" (3.51m) x 8'7" (2.62m) Min
Double glazed window to front. Coved. Radiator.
Bedroom Three - 8'2" (2.49m) x 8'1" (2.46m)
Double glazed window to front. Wardrobes. Radiator.
Double glazed window. Panel bath and shower over. Part tiled. LLWC. Hand basin. Radiator.
Front Garden - 20'1" (6.12m) x 20'0" (6.1m)
Steps to front door with pretty and secluded terraces.
Rear Garden - 53'11" (16.43m) x 18'0" (5.49m)
Deck down to garden. Doors to two undercrofts for storage under house. Outside tap. External light. Secluded garden with fences to side and rear with access to rear lane. Landscaped garden with mature fruit trees (quince and apple) with small trees including acer and a rose arch. Areas of seating.
Bath And North East Somerset Council, Band C
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