Detached nineteenth century coach house with four/five bedrooms split across the three different levels (the fifth bedroom used as a study currently), two reception rooms, two bathrooms, conservatory with panoramic views over south west Bath, south west facing gardens, a garage and off road parking, located just 2 miles from Georgian Bath.
The vendors say: "The old part of the house was built in 1845 as a coach house, with later additions that make this a very versatile home. The house has three levels. The ground floor has a hall with downstairs cloakroom and leads into the dining room with arches which were the original stables. The dining room adjoins a bedroom. The hall also opens out on to the 23' long sitting room. This is a great entertaining room as it leads into the conservatory and is also very cosy in winter with the multifuel log burner. The kitchen/ breakfast room is a light filled room with cream units and plenty of space for all the family to gather round the kitchen table. We have a very useful utility room off the kitchen, which has access to the garage. The conservatory is my favourite room of the house. It is not strictly speaking a conservatory as it has a solid roof, but it is such a beautiful spot to sit and look at the panoramic views over Kelston, Corston, Newbridge and Odd Down. It faces south west so we often sit here soaking up the sun with a glass of something chilled and enjoying the stunning outlook."
"The upper floor, which was originally part of the old house, has a double bedroom and a single bedroom which we use as a study, and a bathroom with separate shower. The lower ground floor has two bedrooms and a shower room, and French doors out into the garden. The garden has been terraced: there are two terraces laid to lawn, a vegetable plot, a patio area which has been perfect for barbeques and entertaining, and a shed and herbaceous border. There is access to the garden from the drive, so you do not have to go through the house. At the front of the house there is a shared drive with space to park, and a single garage which has light and power and storage space above. There is also an electric hook up which was added about 5 years ago, when solar panels were installed on the roof."
"The house is 0.7 miles from Chelsea Road which offers a traditional greengrocers', bakers, hardware store, independent gift shop and several lovely cafes. Newbridge Marina is 0.5 miles away. There are excellent schools within walking distance Oldfield Senior School has an 'Outstanding' Ofsted report and Newbridge Junior school is rated as 'Good.' The Doctors' surgery is close and Royal United Hospital is only 0.6 miles away. There is a regular bus service into Bristol and Bath from Kelston Road. The M4 is 8.8 miles from here and Bath Spa railway station with frequent services to London Paddington is 2.6 miles away. There are also lovely country walks in the location, up to the racecourse and the Cotswold Way. Newbridge has a thriving community with many local events, such as Newbridge Art trail, and the Newbridge cycle track into Bath and Bristol is very popular. This area has been perfect for us with so much on our doorstep, and living in a unique house with beautiful views to enjoy has been ideal."
Mains water, mains sewerage, electricity, gas and solar panels.