City views and farm fields behind
Carey says; “Brilliant views, City Farm green spaces close by and in absolutely stunning condition – this cracking three bedroom home is a perfect package in a beautifully quiet road. The south facing rear garden is a real winner, carefully landscaped with three main terraces and wider than average. The conservatory is a great add on and the attached garage is another major plus. Bound to be snapped up quickly.”
With the rolling fields of Bath City Farm just behind, this beautifully presented and extended end terraced three bedroom home is a haven of peace on the southwestern slopes of Bath. Set in a quiet cul de sac with superb views of the city. This gorgeous home offers well planned accommodation, sunny gardens, an attached garage and all the modern conveniences you’d expect of a 1997 build. In brief, the accommodation comprises of; ground floor – entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen and conservatory. First floor – three bedrooms and bathroom. GCH, double glazing and a delightfully landscaped south facing garden. Sole Agents. £325,000 Guide
Built from 1997 by Crest Nicholson, this small estate on the lower Southdown slopes is ideally placed for access to Lower Bristol Rd & Moorland Rd shopping, Hollow bus routes and Bath City Farm green spaces.
Farm fields behind retain original names recorded on 1839 parish maps like Lower Lambs Sleight (“slaeget” in Old English, meaning sheep pasture), Sideland Innox ( from the Saxon “inhoke”, meaning to leave fallow) and Maidens Furlong.