Price £750,000 - Sold STC


  • Great location
  • Three bedrooms
  • Well presented throughout
  • Excellent local school
  • Victorian terrace
  • Two receptions
  • Deck and garden
  • Planning granted


Eastbourne Avenue is a highly regarded location on the edge of Bath between Camden and Larkhall. This line of period Victorian terraces has the location, good looks and the layout that suits many buyers.

Larkhall is a short downhill walk and Bath city centre is a pleasant walk along Camden Road and Camden Crescent before making your way down Lansdown Hill past Belvedere. At the top of Eastbourne Avenue there is the warm hospitality of The Claremont pub, a useful pharmacy and a Doctors surgery.

Atelier Nursery on the slopes of Camden and Snap Dragons on Grosvenor Place provide great child care for busy parents. There is a range of schooling from here. St Stephens in Lansdown provides an excellent primary and remains one of the most popular schools. And held in equal high regard, St Saviours in Larkhall is superb with two lovely sites right in the heart of the village.

The area has always been ever popular for commuters who can get to the M4 in around 10 miles on the A46. Bath Spa Train Station gives commuters easy access to London and Bristol for those who work from home and commute to the city. The area is also perfect for heading into the countryside. There is access via Kensington Meadows to the picturesque canal towpath, head out along Charlcombe Lane to find plenty of footpaths or climb Solsbury Hill for an epic view.

The house benefits from a walled front garden with a magnolia tree in front of the double bay windows. The hallway opens to the reception room in the heart of the home with an open staircase and a large wood burner. The same flooring runs through the ground floor connecting the spaces. The sitting room to the front has a light and airy feel with a sleek black ornate fireplace. The kitchen and dining space work well with doors leading out to a particularly large deck. There is some storage space in the lean-to in the side return.

The spacious landing with carefully painted floorboards leads to the main bayed front bedroom. This large double bedroom has views to Bathford where the sun rises and plenty of space for wardrobes. The second bedroom is also a good double and there is a single bedroom to the rear alongside a family bathroom. The planning granted contains permission for a rear facing dormer extension as part of a loft conversion with zinc cladding to take in the views.

The nice big deck to the rear overlooking the lawn is perfect for summer parties. There are views down to the hills and plenty of space children to play. There is rear access to a lane and neighbours have built home offices. Should a buyer wish to extend, planning permission has been granted for an extension to create a large and spectacular living and kitchen space to the rear of the ground floor (reference 21/05606/FUL).


Entrance Vestibule
Original stained glass door with transom window to hall. Coir matting. Dado rails. Electric meter.

Hall
Column radiator. Arched corbels. Dado rails. Opening into middle reception room.

Sitting Room - 14'7" (4.45m) x 13'4" (4.06m)
Sash window to front bay. Ceiling cornice. Working cast iron period fireplace and tiled hearth. Column radiator. Alcove shelving.

Reception Two - 2'1" (0.64m) x 16'9" (5.11m)
Original glazed double doors to lean to. Original glazed cabinet to alcove with cupboards under. Contura woodburning stove on granite hearth. Column radiator. Staircase with storage under.

Lean-to
Glazed door to rear garden. Terracotta floor tiles. Power sockets.

Dining Room - 12'4" (3.76m) x 10'10" (3.3m)
Sash window to side lean to. Ceiling rose. Gas fireplace with side cupboard housing a Worcester gas boiler. Door to kitchen.

Kitchen - 10'10" (3.3m) x 8'2" (2.49m)
Two double glazed windows to rear. Double glazed door to rear garden. Wood effect floor tiles. Attractive Caesar stone worktops and splashbacks. Undermount stainless steel one and a half bowl sink. Plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Smeg electric oven with Smeg gas hob above. Smeg stainless steel extractor. Off white kitchen units. Built in fridge. Column radiator.

Landing
Painted floorboards. Dado rails. Varnished banister with painted spindles. Loft access.

Bedroom 1 - 17'5" (5.31m) x 14'11" (4.55m)
Bayed sash windows to front. Ceiling cornice and rose. Cast iron period fireplace with stone hearth, wooden mantel and surround. Double doored alcove shelving cupboard and alcove recess. Radiator.

Bedroom 2 - 12'2" (3.71m) x 11'10" (3.61m)
Sash window to rear. Radiator.

Bedroom 3 - 9'2" (2.79m) x 6'9" (2.06m)
Door with transom window over. Double glazed window to rear. Radiator.

Bathroom
Vinyl tile effect flooring. Double glazed rear window, Double glazed high level side window. Panelled bath with shower over. LLWC. Hand basin. Radiator. Dado rails. Radiator. Loft hatch to ceiling.

Front Garden - 17'5" (5.31m) x 16'0" (4.88m)
Low level wall to front with planter. Railings to sides. Magnolia tree. Box hedging. Rosemary shrub to front corner.

Rear Garden - 61'0" (18.59m) Min x 17'0" (5.18m) Approx
Elevated decked seating area with horizontal slatted fence panelling, whitewashed wall and established jasmine to sides. Steps down to a level lawn with side hedging and trellis leading to a gravel bed. Fence to rear with gated access to rear access lane. Outside tap and light.
Side return space next to kitchen measuring 8ft5 by 5ft9.



Council Tax
Bath And North East Somerset Council, Band D

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Floor Plan
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