A nicely presented 1930's built three bedroom semi-detached family home. Extended at some point to the ground floor it provides further potential to extend with a two storey extension to the side aspect and a loft conversion, as others have done in the street. This would provide additional living accommodation and the possibility of five bedrooms, if required.
You approach the property across a paver driveway and enter into the hallway. The hallway provides access to the sitting room, dining room, WC and stairs to the first floor. The sitting room has a spacious feeling to it having been opened up onto the dining room. A large bay window to the front aspect allows the morning light to flood in and it also has a feature gas fireplace with decorative surround. The dining room is ample for a good size family dining table and gives access to the sun room and kitchen. The sun room provides an alternative space to dine or relax with views and doors opening onto the garden. The kitchen is a modest size with modern wall and floor units, integrated gas hob and ovens with space for appliances. A door leads you to a useful utility room with access to the garage and garden. A buyer might consider reconfiguring this area of the house to provide a more modern open-plan kitchen dining experience. To the first floor you find two good size double bedrooms, a single bedroom and bathroom as is standard of houses of this period. Again there is potential at this level to extend and create further bedrooms if required. Externally the rear garden is terraced laid pavers with raised well tended beds stocked with established flowers and shrubs. To the rear is a wooden built shed and the garden has a bright westerly aspect. Lots of potential in this well presented home and ideal for the family market looking to grow into a property that is close to everything they require locally.
This property is located half way down Cleevedale Road which is a quiet cul-de-sac on the western side of Combe Down village, on the southern slopes of the city of Bath. Combe Down's rewarding valley top position provides stunning panoramic views of the city to the north with equally gratifying views of the Cotswold valleys to the south. The surrounding area cultivates ancient woodland which is the home of unique and local flora and fauna. The village itself has a very high sense of community spirit and self sufficiency. With local amenities providing every level of schooling and childcare, doctors surgery, dentists and pharmacies. Within the village there is a highly reputed car garage, award winning delicatessen, art gallery, Bath Bakery, hardware store and Co-op mini-market. Locally a Tesco Express with petrol station and a large Sainsburys supermarket can also be found. Every level of schooling can be found in the local vicinity with three nurseries, primary school, Ralph Allen senior school and three independent schools in Prior Park, Monkton Combe (with public sports centre) and Paragon. Nearby you will also find the excellent country club, Combe Grove Manor, which provides fine dining, gymnasium, swimming facilities, golf range and tennis courts. The local bus service is in close proximity providing regular 20 minute services into the city. For the walkers among you Bath Spa station is a shade over 1.5 mile from the property and you are also afforded a plethora of countryside walks into an 'area of outstanding natural beauty' minutes from the village itself.
Double glazed stained glass window to the side aspect, radiator, under stairs storage, further storage closet with hanging rail, access to the sitting room, dining room and kitchen.
Low level w.c, wash hand basin, extractor fan.
Large double glazed bay window to the front aspect, shelves to the alcoves, gas fireplace, coving to the ceiling, large open access to the dining area.
Spacious with room for a large table, access to the sun room and kitchen.
Parquet flooring throughout, two sky lights, spot lights, double glazed patio doors opening into the courtyard garden.
With a range of wall and base kitchen units, integrated Zanussi dishwasher, space for a freestanding fridge and freezer, integrated four ring gas hob, integrated ovens, extractor hood, spot lights, sky light, two double glazed windows to the rear aspect, internal door opening into the utility room.
Wall mounted Worcester bonier, space for a washing machine and tumble dryer, tiled floor, doors leading to the integrated garage and rear garden.
First Floor Landing
Doors leading to three bedrooms and family bathroom, double glazed window to the side aspect, coving to the ceiling, loft access.
Carpet throughout, built in double wardrobe, radiator, large double glazed bay window.
carpet throughout, radiator, coving double glazed window to the rear aspect.
Currently being used as a study, carpet throughout, radiator, coving, double glazed window to the rear aspect.
White bathroom suite which includes a bath with overhead shower, low level w.c, wash hand basin, radiator, tiled floor, opaque double glazed window to the front aspect.
Westerly aspect. Terraced laid pavers with raised well tended beds stocked with established flowers and shrubs. Wooden built shed to the rear. Outdoor water tap.
Paver laid driveway with parking for two vehicles. Small beds with established shrubs. Dwarf stone wall to the pavement. Access to the garage.
Aluminium up and over door. Power and light. Access to utility room.
Standard broadband: Up to 17Mb (estimated speed: 8Mb)
Fibre optic broadband: Up to 76Mb
Virgin Super Fast Broadband is installed in the village.
You will have to pay £17,500 in Stamp Duty.
Your effective stamp duty rate is 3.18%.
Band - E
Band - D
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