A 1930s, three-bedroom terraced home with garden, in a central Bath location.
Built in the 1930s, this Bath stone, terraced home has a two-storey bay window frontage and an open, external porch. Inside, there's a hall with original period doors opening to the living spaces. The living room is at the front of the house; it has a bay window, fireplace and picture rails. The original house has been extended to the rear to form a spacious kitchen/dining room with skylight and double doors out onto the garden patio. There's wooden flooring, a range cooker and hob, as well as basic kitchen units.The decor throughout this home is clean and unfussy: it's been rented as aHMO since 2010, and has been well maintained, including having a new roof in 2020. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms and a bathroom. There is a pull-down loft ladder for loft access.Gardens and GroundsThe front garden is terraced, with paved steps up to the front porch. There are shrubs around the edges of the gravelled terrace and fencing between the neighbours on the left. At the rear, the kitchen/dining room glass doors open onto a patio, with space for outside dining. Steps up from here run the full length of the garden on one side, leading to each of the four terraces with a mix of decking, lawn and paving. The garden has been designed for easy care and there is a space at the top of the garden to build a home office or gym. There is the possibility for the further extension of the property into the loft or to the rear - subject to planning permissions.
Tucked away in a quiet street between Pulteney Road and the Kennet and Avon canal and pathway, Lime Grove Gardens is less than half a mile from Bath Spa station and the city centre shops where there is a wide range of independent retailers, restaurants, leisure and sporting facilities, museums, theatre and art galleries. Bath also has a wide range of excellent local schools and the University of Bath has an international reputation for its high standards and Olympic training facilities.