The Old Coach House is most conveniently located in the heart of the sought after village of Northend, approximately 3 miles east of Bath.
It is also within easy access of the nearby larger village of Batheaston, which offers many local amenities including shops, newsagent, chemist, dentist surgery, hairdresser and also a very good primary school.
The property is particularly well placed for the local primary school and also has a bus service to the centre of the World Heritage City of Bath.
Bath city centre has a wonderful range of retail outlets including the SouthGate Shopping Centre, many fine restaurants, cafes and bars along with The Theatre Royal, first class sporting facilities and the Thermae Spa Development.
Bristol and London are both easily accessible by mainline train from Bath Spa Station, and the M4 motorway is approximately 10 miles to the north.
This attractive former coach house situated in the idyllic village of Northend approximately 1,480 sq ft of well-appointed and versatile accommodation arranged over 3 floors. The home offers many fine period features, from its attractive honey coloured stone elevation to the bespoke wooden latch doors.
Inside there is a welcoming entrance hall with stairs to the first floor, as well as enclosed storage and access to a cloakroom. There is a sitting room with attractive stone fire surround with inset wood burner, wooden floor, stylish radiators and windows with colonial style shutters. The kitchen/dining room comprises a hand-painted, bespoke fitted kitchen, complete with composite stone work surfaces and integrated appliances including a gas hob with extractor over, electric double oven and dishwasher. There is direct access to the courtyard garden from double doors, which leads across to the spacious utility area complete with ample storage, sink unit and plumbing for a washing machine.
To the first floor are three bedrooms and a stylishly-appointed family bathroom with mains shower over the bath. All the bedrooms have colonial-style shutters and bespoke radiators.
To the second floor is the principal bedroom suite, which has the feel of a loft-style apartment. Approached off the first floor landing, tall glass double doors lead into the bedroom. To one end is the bed area with feature exposed stone wall and exposed beams in the vaulted ceiling. To the opposite end is dressing area with fitted cupboards and mirror, as well as access to the beautifully appointed en suite shower room.
The home offers versatile accommodation with the prospect of bedroom two also working as a first floor reception room if needed.
To the front of the property is a shared cobbled driveway, which leads down the side to the front of the home and a further cobbled hardstanding suitable for one to two vehicles, and a magnificent climbing wisteria. There is also a five-bar gate that leads from the hardstanding to the courtyard garden.
The courtyard garden is private and enclosed with attractive flagstones, flower beds, a feature former smithy's fireplace, subtle lighting, cupboard housing the boiler and storage and access to the utility room and separate storage/hobbies room. The courtyard garden is also ideal for entertaining and there are double doors that lead from the kitchen/dining room out to this delightful enclosed space.
From Bath city centre take the A4 London Road. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto London Road West, signposted Batheaston. Continue forward onto High Street and just beyond the garage take the second left signposted Northend. Follow this road for approx 1 mile and the property can be found on your right hand side just before Seven Acres Lane on your left.