Dunkerton, Bath, BA2 8BR

£650,000 Guide Price
Availability: Under Offer
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Property Summary

Detached 1592sqft no chain bungalow accessed via private drive with large plot, additional woodland, double garage and parking

Full Details

A detached 1592sqft no chain bungalow constructed in the early 1970s to exacting standards with three bedrooms, three receptions, a long kitchen/breakfast room, utility, bathroom and extra W.C.
Sitting on a large level plot with a substantial detached double garage and driveway for multiple vehicles, the bungalow also benefits from a considerable amount of woodland stretching along the side of Combe Hay Lane to the east.

Central heating is oil fired. The internal condition is excellent but dated.

There is a great deal of potential with the property for further extension and re-design. This may include conversion of the current roof space or potentially extending to a full second storey.

EPC rating E
Council tax band G
Tenure Freehold

Front hall into open plan living room, dining room, long kitchen/breakfast room and an impressive bay windowed sitting room. Rear hall with access to utility and W.C. Internal lobby from dining room to three bedrooms and a bathroom.

External Amenities
Extensive lawned gardens to the south and east sides of the property. Further woodland stretching east along the top side of Combe Hay Lane (see HM Land Registry plan in photos for full plot).
Twin attached garages (internal dimensions 21ft9 x 14ft3 and 21ft9 x 11ft10) and a spacious tarmac driveway for multiple vehicles.

The property is accessed via private shared driveway off Combe Hay Lane and sits in the beautiful Cam Valley 4.5miles from the centre of Bath. Surrounded by open countryside yet with excellent commuter links via the A367 or southwards past Peasedown.

Agents Notes
The property was constructed by the current owner in the early 1970s on what was the old Somerset Coal Canal. Its route began in basins at Paulton and Timsbury, ran to nearby Camerton, over two aqueducts at Dunkerton, through a tunnel at Combe Hay, then via Midford and Monkton Combe to Limpley Stoke where it joined the Kennet and Avon Canal. This link gave the Somerset coalfield (which at its peak contained 80 collieries) access east toward London. The canal became disused after 1898 and officially closed in 1902.

Property location

Enquire about this property or call 01225 829040