Tyning Road is one of the smaller access roads within the heart of this village. The property is within level walking distance of the shops, schools, church community hall, doctors surgery, bus routes, public house and café. Prior Park College and the adjoining National Trust land are within approximately half a mile. There are numerous countryside and woodland walks to enjoy nearby, as well as the very popular Bath skyline walks over National Trust land. Combe Down is on the outskirts of the city of Bath. Bath is famed for its Roman heritage and Georgian architecture and Roman heritage. Bath offers a wide range of shopping cultural and recreational facilities and is home to Premiership rugby side, Bath Rugby. Bath is a World Heritage site inscribed by UNESCO in 1987. Bath Spa mainline station has regular services to London Paddington (journey time from 75 minutes).
Granville House is a detached village house, believed to date back to around the turn of the century. The property has been extended and improved over the years and we understand that historically it has had several different commercial and retail uses, but now acts to provide spacious residential accommodation. The ground floor entrance hall, which leads to both kitchen and dining rooms, is of an impressive size and could be utilised as a room itself. The main sitting room has a floor to-ceiling bay window, overlooking and giving access to the lovely gardens and affording an excellent level of natural light. This room also has a Bath stone fireplace surround and a wood burner. Also at this level there is a reception/bedroom, second bathroom and study (which could almost be self-contained). At first floor level there are four bedrooms and a bathroom.
Granville House has a large, well-stocked and screened garden with a south-westerly aspect. Laid mainly to lawn with borders and various specimen trees, it offers both privacy and seclusion. There are parking spaces to both sides of the house and access to a garage. A range of outbuildings lie to the side boundary wall, which offer opportunities for development and/or improvement (subject to the necessary consents).