Bailbrook Lane, Bath
- Panoramic valley views
- South facing gardens
- Two car driveway
- Three bedrooms
- Three receptions
- Beautifully presented throughout
- Double glazing and GCH
- Utility & ground floor W.C
- Edge of countryside location
Property SummaryRear extended to 1021sqft and enjoying breathtaking panoramic views over the Avon to Browns Folly & Bathampton, this impeccably styled three bedroom 1930s semi detached family home nestled on the lower slopes of Solsbury Hill also has well tended south facing gardens and a two car rear driveway. Comprehensively remodelled and refurbished over the last six years and now boasting accommodation comprising; Ground floor hall, bayed sitting room, open plan kitchen/diner, rear office, utility and W.C. Three bedrooms (two generous doubles and a single) plus four piece bathroom on the first floor. Two car rear drive and 74ft x 23ft front gardens. Peaceful semi rural location elevated above the lane yet convenient for local Batheaston amenities and A4/A46 commuter routes. Sole Agents. EPC rating= C
AGENTS NOTES Little Solsbury Hill above this property was occupied as a hill fort during the early Iron Age and is a possible site of the Battle of Badon, fought in around 496AD between the Saxons and the British.
Batheaston Villa on Bailbrook Lane has a significant place in Bath society history. This large 18th century house, owned later by Sir John and Lady Miller, was famous for Lady Miller's weekly poetry contests in the 1770's (mentioned disparagingly in Horace Walpole's letters and attended by celebrities including Bath poet Christopher Anstey, the Duchess of Northumberland, the second Viscount Palmerston and Lord Carlisle).
Local amenities can be found on Batheaston High St (0.6miles east) and around Larkhall Square (1.1miles west). The city of Bath is 3.4miles to the west.
PORCH Double glazed front door, cloaks area.
ENTRANCE HALL Part glazed side and top lit internal door, radiator, stairs to first floor with alcove cupboards and double glazed side window under.
SITTING ROOM Double glazed front bay window, radiator.
DINING ROOM Open plan to kitchen and office - radiator and original tiled fireplace with wood surround.
KITCHEN Island unit with breakfast bar plus base and wall units with oak worktops, inset Belfast sink, fitted dishwasher, inset induction hob, fitted double oven, part tiled walls, double glazed side window.
OFFICE Double glazed rear window, radiator, Velux skylight.
UTILITY ROOM Double glazed door to rear parking area, radiator, space for large fridge/freezer, fitted cupboards and worktop, plumbing for washing machine, Worcester gas combination boiler, Velux skylight.
WC Double glazed rear window, pedestal basin, heated towel rail, high level W.C.
LANDING Double glazed side window, overstairs linen cupboard, loft access with pull down ladder.
BEDROOM 1 Double glazed front bay window, radiator, original tiled fireplace.
BEDROOM 2 Double glazed rear window, radiator, original tiled fireplace.
BEDROOM 3 Double glazed front window, radiator.
BATHROOM Double glazed rear window, heated towel rail, low level W.C, pedestal basin, panelled bath, part tiled walls, double shower cubicle, extractor fan, shaver point.
REAR DRIVEWAY PARKING 21ft wide rear hardstanding for two vehicles - accessed via rear lane.
FRONT GARDEN 74ft x 23ft min - south facing
Steps from road to front leading to lower patio, lawns, terraced flowerbeds with magnolia tree, mature shrubs and large patio terrace adjacent to property. Fences and hedges to sides and front. Side access to rear parking area.
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