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High St, Twerton, Bath

£287,500
  • Ref: 11825
  • Type: Mid Terraced House
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • Three bedrooms
  • 40ft x 11ft gardens
  • Open plan kitchen/diner
  • Generous sitting room with woodburner
  • Heart of village location
  • Convenient for local shops
  • Beautifully presented throughout
  • Retained character
  • Grade II listed
  • Three floors of cottage charm

Property Summary

A gloriously characterful three storey Grade II listed 812sqft cottage with a wonderful mature 40ft x 11ft sheltered garden. Perfectly positioned for local amenities including High St and Weston Lock shopping. Absolutely loaded with retained features including mullioned windows and exposed beams.. Ground floor sitting room with woodburner in pride of place and dining room open plan to kitchen. Upper floors house three bedrooms (two generous doubles with fitted storage and a decent single) plus three piece bathroom. A perfect city home with origins as far back as the mid 1600s. Sole Agents

Full Details

ENTRANCE HALL Panelled front door, cloaks area, meter/storage cupboard.

SITTING ROOM Secondary glazed front sash window with window seat, radiator, ashlar fireplace surround with inset woodburner and fitted oak flooring. Alcove shelving to side of fireplace and also under stairs. Exposed and painted beams.

DINING ROOM Rear mullion window with deep sill, radiator, quarry tiled floor, door to stairs to upper floors, opening to kitchen area.

KITCHEN Rear window, panelled door to rear garden, radiator, quarry tiled floor, wall mounted Worcester gas combination boiler, range of cream base and wall units with beech worktops and inset porcelain sink/drainer, plumbing for washing machine, gas cooker point, space for tall fridge/freezer.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Rear window with deep sill, stairs to second floor.

BEDROOM 1 Secondary glazed front sash window with deep sill, radiator, built in double wardrobe.

BATHROOM Rear window with tiled deep sill, handbasin, low level W.C, panelled bath with mixer/spray shower tap, part tiled walls, radiator.

SECOND FLOOR LANDING Loft access.

BEDROOM 2 Front double glazed timber casement window with deep sill, radiator, built in double wardrobe.

BEDROOM 3 Rear mullion window with deep sill, radiator.

REAR GARDENS 40ft x 11ft max - paved seating area and side return adjacent to property with steps leading to well stocked beds and borders. Hedges and fences to sides, rear gated access to additional paved area with private store cupboard/woodshed. Further gated pedestrian access to Twerton Farm Close.

AGENTS NOTES A gloriously characterful three storey Grade II listed 812sqft cottage with a wonderful mature 40ft x 11ft sheltered garden. Perfectly positioned for local amenities including High St and Weston Lock shopping. Absolutely loaded with retained features including mullioned windows and exposed beams.. Ground floor sitting room with woodburner in pride of place and dining room open plan to kitchen. Upper floors house three bedrooms (two generous doubles with fitted storage and a decent single) plus three piece bathroom. A perfect city home with origins as far back as the mid 1600s. Sole Agents



Once addressed as Chilcotts Buildings after the owners from the mid 18th into the 19th century, five of these homes (including this property) are grade II listed for special historic or architectural interest. Two of the properties in the terrace (Nos 24 and 25) were added in the 1820s but there are clear indications with at least Nos 20 and 21 that original build dates may well be significantly earlier - retained features in No20 include two Tudor fireplaces and a large inglenook whilst mullioned windows and chamfered beams in both properties could suggest origins in the mid to late 1600s.

During the 1800s, several of these properties contained shop premises. Records from 1885 show the following residents;

1 Charles Massey (grocer)

2 William Clark (cloth dresser) & Samuel White (weaver)

3 Ann Greenslade & Alfred Morse (gardener)

4 James Green (umbrella maker)

5 Thomas Batten (weaver)

6 William Neale (grocer)

7 John Whatley (butcher)

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