An extended four bedroom family home which is nicely presented throughout. You enter into the hallway which provides access to the sitting room, study, kitchen and stairs to the first floor. The sitting room is a nice light room with bay window to the front aspect and feature gas fireplace. The kitchen is fitted with modern wall and floor units with wooden worktop with inset sink drainer and space for appliances. An opening leads you into the family room at the rear which has sliding glazed doors opening onto the garden. A door leads you to a utility room and WC with a further opening from the family area leading you to the study/dining room with built-in cupboards and shelves to the alcoves.
To the first floor you find two good size double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a family bathroom fitted with bath, shower overhead, wash basin and WC. Stairs lead up to the loft room which is a double in size with rooflights and eaves storage. There is also a shower cubicle with shower and washbasin. Both bedrooms one and three provide beautiful far reaching panoramic views to Lansdown, Solsbury Hill and Brown's Folly in Bathford.
The rear garden is laid to lawn with established beds, shrubs and small trees. To the front there is a small driveway which leads you to the garage which has power and light.
Bathampton is a picturesque village to the east of the city of Bath and is further enhanced by having both the River Avon and Kennet & Avon canal flowing through it. 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. Locally the village provides a Spar supermarket with post office, coffee shop and doctors surgery/pharmacy. The primary school is very highly rated and received an outstanding OFSTED report when last tested. This property is also well located for King Edwards private school and the University of Bath. Its woodland backdrop borders the stunning Bath Golf Club of which is also on the Bath Skyline Walk which provides elevated views of the city. Commuters might like to know that the train station is a 1.6 mile journey either on foot or by using nearby local bus services. For those who need access to the M4 corridor this can be accessed by using the Bathampton toll bridge to Batheaston where access to the A4 can be found.
999 years from 25th March 1954.
Ground rent: £7 p.a.
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage.
There could be £15,000 Stamp Duty payable upon completion.
Band - D
Band - D
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