You enter the property into a spacious entrance hallway which provides access to all rooms. The large lounge to the front aspect has a feature fireplace and dual aspect windows providing lovely views of the countryside beyond. The dining room provides space for a large family dining table and leads through to the conservatory offering views over the gardens and access to a patio seating area. The kitchen/diner is situated to the rear aspect and has a good size utility room adjoining it with access to the garage. At the other end of the property you find two double bedrooms to the front and rear aspect, a family bathroom and stairs leading to the first floor. Upstairs the landing provides access to two double bedrooms and a bathroom. Both bedrooms have Dormer windows which provide the most glorious panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Externally the property sits on a very good size elevated plot and the gardens have been meticulously maintained. To the side aspect a spacious double garage with further off-street parking for at least two cars. This property makes for a spacious family home or for those looking to downsize or who need the potential to live at ground level with further accommodation above.
Batheaston is situated a little over 2 miles (3.2 km) East of Bath city centre. The modern village offers a range of amenities with doctors, dentists, pharmacy, veterinary practice, café, coffee shop, local convenience store, chip shop public house and hairdressers. The highly desired local primary school is Batheaston CEVC and there are not one but four local churches. Transport links into Bath city centre are excellent with regular bus services passing through the village. It is also very usefully located for commuters who drive as it is in close proximity to both the A4 and A46 providing access to the M4 motorway. In nearby Bathampton village you will find the River Avon and Kennet & Avon canal. Both waterways provide fine dining experiences with The George pub on the canal bank and the Bathampton Mill situated on the weir of the river. Between the months of April and October river tours run on the Avon and these can also be used by locals as a delightful means of transport to the city as they stop at Pulteney Bridge. The village is overlooked by Solsbury Hill which is within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and provides simply stunning views across the city of Bath.
Spacious open hallway with neutral carpet throughout accessed via a solid oak door, coving, further doors to the lounge, dining room/ conservatory, kitchen, two double bedrooms, family bathroom access via stairs to further bedrooms and another bathroom.
A triple aspect room with neutral carpet throughout, gas coal effect fireplace with wooden mantel and marble hearth, four wall mounted candle lights, two radiators, television point.
With a range of wall and base kitchen units, lino flooring, integrated Bosch dishwasher, integrated Neff double oven, sink drainer unit, double glazed window to the rear aspect overlooking rear garden, integrated four ring gas hob, spot lights throughout, coving to the ceiling, television point, door opening into the cloakroom and further into the large utility room.
Fitted with a wash hand basin, low level w.c, double glazed opaque window, wall mounted mirror, coving to the ceiling.
Large spacious room with some wall and base kitchen units and work surface, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, space for two freestanding fridge freezers, door to a large airing cupboard with storage shelves, further large storage cupboard also housing a Worcester Bosch combi boiler, door to the rear garden, front driveway and garage. Security alarm control box.
Oversized double garage with pitch roof and working electric doors, some storage shelving, electricity supply.
Spacious room opening into the conservatory, radiator, neutral tiles to the floor, coving to the ceiling.
Spacious conservatory with brick foundations, double glazed windows with full length patios doors providing access to the paved seating area, neutral tiles to the floor, two wall mounted candle lights, television point. Under floor heating.
Neutral carpet throughout, wall to wall wardrobe storage cupboards with built in storage and dressing table, coving to the ceiling.
Currently used as a large study though could easily be used for an additional reception room or further downstairs bedroom if required, neutral carpet throughout, double glazed windows to the rear aspect overlooking the rear garden, radiator, coving to the ceiling, telephone point.
Bathroom suite comprising jacuzzi bath with mains shower over and folding glass shower screen, low level w.c, bidet, wash hand basin with storage, wall mounted mirrored wall cabinet with integrated spot lights,shaver point, lino flooring, further storage cupboards, opaque double glazed window to the rear aspect, wall mounted designer radiator, tiled from floor to ceilings.
Useful area with further storage and stairs leading up to the first floor landing.
First Floor Landing
Wooden balustrade from ground floor, door leading into two large double bedrooms with further bathroom and access to a spacious boarded and insulated attic space.
Neutral carpet throughout, double glazed sky light, double glazed window to the front aspect with views, radiator, television point.
Neutral carpet throughout, double glazed sky light, double glazed window to the front aspect, radiator, further door leading into ample attic storage space.
Bathroom suite comprising, oval bath with mains operated shower over and glass shower screen, low level w.c, wash hand basin mirrored storage cabinet over, wall mounted chrome ladder radiator, extractor fan, tiled from floor to ceiling.
Wonderful open garden with abundant mature boarder shrubs and some small trees, various seating areas throughout the garden including a patio seating area, green house, external water tap.
Standard broadband available up to 17Mb (Estimated 6Mb)
Fibre optic broadband available up to 76Mb
You will have to pay £21,250.00 in stamp duty.
Your effective stamp duty rate is 3.40%.
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