Upper East Hayes is a quiet residential road located at the edge of Larkhall village, a northern quarter of the city.
The village is well-loved for its independent spirit and has an excellent bookshop, deli, butcher, and organic farm shop.
The house is approximately 1 mile from central Bath and is also ideally situated for access to the M4 motorway at junction 18 (approximately 9 miles).
Bath enjoys international acclaim for its Georgian architecture and Roman heritage and offers a wide variety of cultural, leisure and business amenities along with excellent restaurants and shops.
There are very well-regarded schools nearby in both the state and private sectors, and nearby sporting facilities include the nearby Racecourse, Lansdown Golf Club and Lansdown Tennis/Squash Club and The Rec in the city centre provides the home ground to Bath Rugby.
This property has been the subject of a sympathetic yet contemporary refurbishment over recent years and provides versatile accommodation over two floors.
The property is entered into a hallway with kitchen to the left. The kitchen has been recently upgraded by the well-known, Bath Bespoke Joinery. To the right of the hallway is the dining room with adjacent storage room.
To the rear of the property are two reception spaces, a sitting room with fireplace and a drawing room with fireplace and access to the garden.
There is a beautiful, light hallway with the staircase leading to the upper floors.
On the upper floor, the principal bedroom is to the rear with stunning views and the benefit of an en suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms as well as a family bathroom.
The gardens have been beautifully landscaped to make the most of the southerly, open aspect. There is a terrace which is ideal for outside dining and entertaining, lawned areas and beautiful borders.