A charming three bedroom semi-detached cottage set in the highly desired village of Northend, Batheaston, to the east of the city of Bath. Spacious accommodation throughout the three floors and character aplenty. To the ground floor a lounge and dining room with feature fireplaces and sash windows, with cottage kitchen opening on to the garden and outside patio area. The first floor has two good size bedrooms with fireplaces and lovely countryside views and a family bathroom with roll top bath and shower. The landing also provides a nice study area with views to the front garden. The second floor loft room would make a great pad for children with space for bed and sofa and a period porthole. Externally lovely cottage gardens both front and back with pagoda and patio areas for seating and dining. Ideally located for all local shops, amenities and bus routes to the city.
Northend is a picturesque village famed for its quaint historical buildings and part of the old parish of Batheaston, 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 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.
Wooden porch with space for some storage and a log store.
Stripped wooden floor throughout, small wooden storage cupboard with a further under stairs storage cupboard, wooden front door, telephone point, wooden balustrade with stairs to first floor.
Neutral carpet throughout, Television point, working fire place with wooden fire surround with original tiles and slate hearth, picture rail, wooden sash Windows to the front aspect overlooking garden, radiator.
Dining room/ second reception
Stripped wooden floor, television point, log burning stove with wooden fire surround and slate hearth, picture rail, wooden sash window to rear aspect overlooking garden, wooden door to the kitchen.
Brand new fitted kitchen with integrated fridge freezer, washer dryer, dishwasher, integrated four ring ceramic electric hob with oven and grill and extractor hood over, ample wall and base storage units, soft close drawers, solid oak work tops, wooden sash window overlooking side garden, down lights, coir mat, quarry tiles to the floor, solid wooden door giving access to the rear garden.
First Floor Landing
Wooden balustrade to landing and the second floor, space for a study area, wooden sash window to the front aspect, neutral carpet throughout, doors to two bedrooms and family bathroom
Carpet throughout, original fire place with wrought iron surround, wooden sash window to front aspect with views, picture rail, radiator, original wooden door.
neutral carpet throughout, picture rail, radiator, original fireplace with wrought iron surround, shelves to both alcoves, wooden sash window to the rear aspect, original wooden door.
Quarry tiles to the floor, white bathroom suite comprising low level w.c, wash hand basin, free standing roll top bath, shower cubicle with mains shower, radiator, towel rail, large wall mounted mirror, storage shelves, large wooden storage cupboard housing Worcester boiler, wooden sash Windows to the rear aspect, down lights.
Wooden balustrade from the first floor, solid wooden door to the entrance of the L shaped loft room, exposed beams throughout, conservation rooflight with shutters with further wooden framed window to the rear aspect with shutters, carpet throughout, two radiators, various storage cupboards to the eaves.
Private mature garden with many trees and shrubs enclosing a well manicured garden, garden can be accessed via two separate footpaths, the garden stretches to one side of the property and meets the rear garden.
This garden has been described by the present owners as a private sun trap, with paved seating area directly to the rear of the property, steps onto a small lawned area in-turn leading to another seating area with the use of an attractive Pagoda, large wooden garden shed plus an additional shed, raised stone beds with a range of mature shrubs, mature hedgerow surrounds rear and side of the garden.
Standard broadband up to 17Mb (Estimated 8Mb)
Fibre optic broadband up to 76Mb
You will have to pay £13,750.00 in stamp duty.
Your effective stamp duty rate is 2.89%.
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