Englishcombe Lane – £475,000 Guide
Property of the Week
Carey says; “This house is a real winner and I love it – the rooms are so even throughout and the accommodation flows in a very logical order. The two reception spaces knocked through makes a huge entertaining space. All the bedrooms are great sizes and the back one works brilliantly for guests with its little ensuite. It might sound odd but I especially like the landing area, with the cleverly fitted skylights flooding light into the two front bedrooms. The garden is perfect in the afternoon, with sun streaming in from the left and a variety of areas for sitting at different times of the day. Of course, having the garage is an amazing plus and Tescos is just across the road. If you’re a family looking for a character home with a bit more space than average, this house ticks an awful lot of boxes.”
An imposing late Victorian no onward chain semi detached 1094sqft two storey home with beautifully regular accommodation, generous 53ft x 17ft rear gardens and a garage. Three double bedrooms (one with ensuite), two open plan receptions, a modern kitchen/breakfast room overlooking the garden, family bathroom and an extra ground floor W.C. Double glazing and GCH in situ. Set back and above the road, close to local shopping and right on the bus route. Sole Agents
At the beginning of the 20th century, this area of Bath consisted primarily of allotment gardens and farm fields belonging to Sladebrook Farm. Englishcombe Lane contained only a few Victorian homes clustered from the top of Coronation Avenue up to Rush Hill, as well as the local Post Office where Nos238 and 240 now stand.