A beautifully furnished and presented Victorian mid-terrace home in the heart of Fairfield Park. Entering into the hallway at ground floor level you find access to the sitting room, bedroom two and stairs to both the first and lower ground floors. The sitting room is immaculately presented with a lovely feature gas fireplace, stone mullion bay window with bespoke wooden shutters and picture rails with decorative cornice and ceiling light rose. Bedroom two is a good size double with period cast iron decorative fireplace and grill, stripped wooden flooring and wonderful views of the rolling countryside to the rear aspect. A flight of stairs take you down to the lower ground floor with its modern open-plan kitchen/dining/living area. The family spend alot of time in this space and it is easy to see why with its modern kitchen dining area and then retiring to the cosy light living area with its bi-folding doors opening up onto the garden. Further at this level you find a WC and door to access the large undercroft that is very useful for storage, or as suggested, a wine cellar. Back up to the ground floor and another flight of stairs take you up to the first floor. As you reach the landing you can't help but notice the quaint picture window which perfectly frames the surrounding countryside and views across to Solsbury Hill. At this level you find bedroom one, the family bathroom, small study and stairs to the loft room (bedroom three). Bedroom one is again a good size double with period cast iron decorative fireplace and grill, stripped wooden flooring and bay window with bespoke wooden shutters. The bathroom is spacious with bath and power shower, stand alone pedestal sink, wall mounted towel rail and a cupboard which houses the washing machine/dryer. Along the landing to the front aspect you find a small study with space for a small desk, chair and filing drawers/shelves. From the landing a door provides access to stairs to the loft room, or bedroom three. A nice size loft conversion with Velux windows making it a bright room and sizeable enough for a double bed and plenty of eaves storage. Externally from the lower ground floor you have a decked seating area directly outside of the bi-folding doors. A couple of steps down from here a stone chipped seating area with established apple tree provides a path to the rear of the garden which is laid to lawn with a veg plot and greenhouse at the end. A real sense of the countryside in this garden with far reaching views of the surrounding fields and towards the famous landmark of Solsbury Hill.
This period home is an excellent location in the highly desired Fairfield Park. Local amenities can be found on Camden Road and in Larkhall Village including local stores, boutique shops, cafés, delis, pubs and theatre. A further short walk takes you down to the plethora of amenities on London Road with a large Morrisons supermarket and petrol station too. Ideally situated for Bath city centre bus routes and access to the M4. The schools of St Saviours Primary, St Stephens Primary and St Marks are all walkable from the house.
With solid wooden door opening into hallway with wooden floor boards throughout, dado rail, cornice, deep skirting boards, coir mat, wall mounted radiator with cover, window to the rear aspect, doors leading to the sitting room and bedroom two, stairs leading to the ground floor and first floor accommodation.
Fitted with a pale grey deep luxury wool carpet, original sash bay windows to the front aspect with custom made shutters and radiator under, beautiful cast iron coal effect fireplace place with granite hearth and marble surround, picture rail, original cornice and ceiling rose, television point.,
With white painted floorboards throughout, original sash window to the rear aspect, original feature fireplace, picture rail, radiator with cover, ample space for storage wardrobes, deep skirting boards.
Lower Ground Floor
With a flight of stairs leading down to the lower ground floor accommodation, comprising of large open plan Kitchen dining/ seating area, and storage cellar.
Fine quality kitchen with a range of wall and base units all with soft close function, Range gas oven to the original chimney breast with a six ring gas hob and extractor hood over, integrated Bosch dishwasher, space for fridge/ freezer, sink drainer unit, tiled floor throughout, fitted Worcester combi boiler, wall mounted designer vertical radiator, spot lights throughout, open access to the extended seating area which induces; tiled floor, access to the cloakroom, high quality bi-folding doors opening into the garden directly onto the raised decked seating area, television point, access to the cellar.
Tiled throughout, low level w.c, spot lights, extractor fan, wash hand basin with tiled splash back.
Providing ample storage for a range of household items.
First Floor Landing
Flight of stairs with painted wooden balustrade, glazed widow to the rear aspect, dado rail throughout, wooden floorboards throughout, solid wooden doors to Bedroom one, large family bathroom and further door to a large converted attic bedroom.
Painted wooden floorboards throughout, original bay sash windows with fitted radiator under, picture rail, original feature fireplace, deep skirting boards, original ceiling rose.
Good sized bathroom with a fitted white bathroom suite comprising large bath with mains operated shower over and fitted glass shower screen, low level w.c, large designer wash hand basin with feature splash back, original sash window to the rear aspect, chrome vertical ladder radiator, further wooden door and storage utility room with plumbing and room for washing machine and tumble dryer.
Wooden floorboards throughout, original sash window to the front aspect, some storage shelves.
Good size conversion with pale grey deep luxury wool carpet throughout, spot lights with dimmer control, three skylight windows, wooden balustrade, two storage cupboards to the eaves with further small built in storage cupboard, wall mounted radiator, two wall mounted wall lights.
Good quality raised decked seating area with steps leading to a further gravel seating area complete with mature boarder shrubs, mature apple tree and ample room for large potted plants, further access to a lawn garden again with a range of mature shrubs and a productive vegetable plot with green house to the very rear of the garden.
Standard broadband available up to 17Mb (Estimated 6Mb)
Fibre optic broadband available up to 76Mb
You will have to pay £13,750.00 in stamp duty.
Your effective stamp duty rate is 2.89%.
Band - D
Band - D
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