Brunswick Street is a small no-through road, made up of Georgian and Victorian properties just off Bath's city centre.
The property is situated towards the higher end of the
street, on the edge of fashionable Camden. Nearby is Larkhall village which offers an excellent range of shops, the popular St. Saviour's junior school and two public houses.
Having been tastefully updated with a stylish decor palette, this well-proportioned house creates a wonderful city home. The windows have been refurbished by Hawkers Joinery with attractive, feature fireplaces and cast iron Bisque radiators. The front room has fitted cabinets with a shuttered sash window to the street. The dining room also has fitted storage either side of an ornamental fireplace and looks out to the garden. The Handmade Harvey Jones kitchen breakfast room includes a slot-in gas range cooker and upright fridge freezer. This double aspect room has a pair of glazed doors opening to the rear terrace.
The lower floor offers a utility room and two bedrooms with part-panelled walls and a decorative cast iron fireplace in the front room. The first floor is approached via a half landing
where the main bathroom is located. Two further bedrooms are found on the first floor with ornamental fireplaces, shuttered windows and fitted cabinets within side niches to the front room.
There is a low maintenance courtyard garden that faces west. This is enclosed by stone walls top with contemporary wooden fencing.