This spacious 1970's townhouse was part of an award winning development encompassing nearby Calton Gardens and Holloway. The houses were built, according to Pevsner’s Guides, to reflect the ‘original linearity of Georgian Bath’. Designed by architects Marshman Warren and Taylor and built by local builder MP Kent this development was a stylistic icon of its time.
A quiet tree lined path leads you to this end of terrace property and across the small front garden to the entrance. Once inside the entrance hallway leads to a double bedroom to the front aspect with two further rooms to the rear aspect. These rooms have been used as a snug, study or music room in the past. You will also find a WC at this level with large storage cupboard under the stairs. Possibility here to create a shower room if needed. Stairs lead to the first floor where the landing provides access to the lounge and kitchen. A spacious lounge with window to the front aspect providing glorious views across the city and beyond. Stairs from this room lead to the second floor and there is access to the dining room. The dining room is to the rear aspect and if you are looking at this property as an HMO this could also provide a further, fifth, bedroom. The kitchen is a galley style with modern floor and wall units and provides glazed door access to the south facing rear courtyard garden. The garden is described as ‘a little sun trap’ with plenty of space for plants and pots and an outdoor seating/dining area. To the second floor you find three bedrooms and a bathroom with bath and shower. Externally this property also comes with a dedicated garage a few steps from the property. An ideal home for those looking for a spacious property in a peaceful location but just a stones throw from the city and surrounded by an abundance of amenities. Alternatively very attractive to investors in the HMO market with two similar nearby properties being recently listed at £2,500pcm and £3,000pcm respectively.
Occupying a semi-elevated position with fine views over the surrounding area Calton Walk is situated just south of the River Avon and is within a few minutes walk of Bath Spa Railway Station with its mainline services to London and Bristol. Also within walking distance are the popular parade of shops and pubs in Widcombe, the plethora of amenities that Bear Flat has to offer and the City Centre itself. The property is also well located for easy access to nearby schools to include Beechen Cliff, Widcombe Primary, Prior Park and King Edwards, and is also located on the same side of town for easy access to Bath University. There are also several parks nearby, with Alexandra Park being the nearest and most famed for its panoramic views of Bath.
With doors to bedroom two, study, and a storage room, cloakroom with storage cupboard, stairs to the first floor accommodation.
Large double glazed window to the front aspect, wall mounted radiator.
Low level w.c, wash hand basin, storage cupboard, lino floor.
First Floor Landing
With doors to the kitchen and lounge.
With a range of modern wall and base kitchen units, integrated Hotpoint oven and microwave with four ring Neff induction hob and extractor hood over, space for a washing machine, integrated Hotpoint dishwasher, space for a fridge, access to the rear courtyard garden.
Two double glazed windows to the front aspect with views, two wall mounted designer radiators, painted wooden floor boards, television point, access to the dining room, access to second floor accommodation.
With a double glazed window to the rear aspect, carpet throughout, designer wall mounted radiator.
Second Floor Landing
With doors to three bedrooms and a family sized bathroom.
Spot lights throughout, double glazed windows to the front aspect with views, built in double wardrobe, painted wooden floor boards, radiator.
Wooden floorboards throughout, glazed window to the rear aspect, radiator.
Painted wooden floorboards throughout, glazed window to the rear aspect, radiator.
Chinese black slate tiles around the bath, and Italian Travertine tiles throughout. Slate fronted designer shower unit. Italian Wenge washstand with designer egg shaped handbasin and taps with storage under, fixed mirror, low level w.c, wall mounted ladder radiator.
Enclosed rear courtyard garden with a range of mature border shrubs, side access.
Stone built with aluminium up and over door.
Standard broadband: Up to 17Mb (estimated speed: 11Mb)
Fibre optic broadband: Up to 76Mb
You will have to pay £20,000.00 in stamp duty.
Your effective stamp duty rate is 3.33%.
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