66 Northend is 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.
A sympathetically restored 17th century property, steeped in history and with a wealth of period features, located in the sought-after village of Northend on the eastern fringes of the beautiful World Heritage City of Bath. Set within walled courtyard gardens to the front and rear, this Grade II listed house offers great charm and character with an abundance of period features, including flagstone floors, stone mullion windows and period fireplaces.
The property is arranged over four floors. On the ground floor is a drawing room with original dresser and imposing fireplace. This leads to the kitchen/breakfast room and inner hall � with cloakroom � which also opens to the kitchen. The kitchen/breakfast room extends across the back of the building with windows and glazed doors opening onto the rear walled courtyard garden (approx. 27ft x 14ft). The main door still retains the original shutters.
On the first floor is a study area, with a lovely view from the stone mullion window. Also on this floor is a large, double aspect master bedroom with a Bath stone surround period fireplace and stone mullion windows.
Stairs ascend from the study area to a reception room/4th bedroom with a Bath stone surround fireplace and large front-facing sash window. Above, via a hatch with pulldown ladder, is one of two large attic spaces which houses the boiler and is currently used as a storage area. Also on this floor is a family bathroom of approximately 18 ft with feature copper bath and walk-in shower with glass shower screen.
Returning stairs lead to the third floor. Off the landing are two further double bedrooms with exposed beams, one of which has a Bath stone fireplace.
Outside are two private walled courtyards. In the front gravelled courtyard is a log store. Although consent would be required, there is the potential to use this courtyard for off-street parking.
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.