A four bedroom semi-detached 1970's built family home. Set at the end of a cul-de-sac with it's elevated position providing glorious countryside views towards Kelston Roundhill and beyond. A simply beautiful setting in a very peaceful location. The property is in a good condition throughout and offers lots of potential to further extend the living accommodation. Sold with no onward chain.
You approach the property and six stone steps lead you up to the front door. Once inside the hallway provides access to the living room , kitchen and stairs to the first floor. The living room is a very spacious 23' in length giving space for lounge and dining furniture with a serving hatch through to the kitchen. There is a feature fireplace with stone surround and glazed double doors to the rear open up onto the garden. The kitchen is fitted with modern wall and floor units with worktop, inset sink drainer, gas double oven, 4-ring hob and space for appliances. The window to the rear provides beautiful views across the garden and countryside beyond. A door leads to a utility area with space for appliances, a WC and door to the garden.
Stairs lead to the first floor landing which gives access to all four bedrooms and a bathroom. Bedrooms one and two are good size double rooms with built-in storage. Bedroom three is a slightly smaller double with built-in storage and bedroom four a single room again with built-in storage. Both bedrooms to the rear providing stunning countryside views allowing you to watch the cattle graze the hills. There could be further potential to here to extend with a loft conversion (STPP).
The rear garden has clearly been much loved and well tended and is a haven for birds and bees. Laid to lawn with established beds all around and providing lovely open views of the surrounding countryside. A couple of steps to the side lead you down to where a wooden shed is situated and access to the garage at the side and to the front of the property.
Integral garage with up and over aluminium door and further wooden door to the side aspect. Currently housing the boiler to one wall. Power and light.
Weston is a picturesque village and thriving community to the north west of the city of Bath. A popular and highly desired location with an abundance of local amenities and schooling. In the high street you find the Kings Head pub, Tesco Express supermarket, Indian takeaway, hair salons and barber, coffee shops, gift shop, bike shop, bakery, post office and acclaimed Evelieghs Café. Furthermore locally you will find veterinary surgery, doctors surgery, dentists, library, bowls club, pubs and car garages. There are four local churches with All Saints church centrally located in the village. All levels of schooling with a variety of nurseries and schools including Oldfield Academy, Weston All Saints Primary, Kingswood school and St Mary's RC school. With Bath Royal United Hospital being within half a mile of the village it is always appealing to staff and doctors alike. The 102 mile Cotswold Way walk passes directly outside of the property and there are a number of other countryside walks locally providing beautiful views of the city and beyond. Nearby Lansdown Lane provides easy access to the A46 and then the M4 for commuters. There is also a regular bus service into the city of Bath.
There will be £12,500 Stamp Duty payable if the transaction completes on or before 31st September. After this time £15,000 could be payable.
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