- Stylish Apartment
- High Quality Upgrade
- Excellent Location
- Many Original Features
- Large Terrace With Views
- Suitable for Holiday Lets
Walcot Street is known as the Artisan Quarter of Bath with many small businesses, cafés and restaurants. The property is at the city centre end, across the road from possibly the best bakery in Bath and less than a 5 minute walk to Waitrose.
A stylish city centre apartment, recently upgraded to a high standard, two double bedrooms, newly fitted kitchen/dining room, lounge, newly fitted bathroom with walk in shower, study, large terrace with superb views.
Entering into the ground floor lobby, an inner door connects to the main hallway which has oak wooden flooring and leads to a stone winding stair case to the first floor. On the first floor, the kitchen/dining room has a newly fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, an original fireplace and picture window overlooking the terrace. The hallway with original elm flooring and exposed Bath stone wall, leads to the lounge with original elm flooring, an original fireplace and picture window with iconic views of Walcot Street.
The newly fitted quality bathroom situated on the mezzanine has a walk in shower with Italian marble tiles and a marble floor. A glazed, oak door leads to a magnificent terrace with far reaching views over Bath's infamous Solsbury Hill and Sky Line. A further stone staircase leads to the second floor landing.
The second floor comprises of two double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes. The principle bedroom enjoys views over the countryside and has potential for an en-suite bathroom with external plumbing complete. The spacious second bedroom has an original fireplace and views onto Walcot Street. From the second floor landing a staircase leads to a study on the third floor.
This light and spacious property has been tastefully restored. The insulation has been substantially upgraded leading to relatively low energy bills. There are many retained original features with a feeling of peace and tranquillity throughout, a rare find in the city centre.
Bath is well served by outstanding retailers and restaurants, focusing on independent sellers. Walcot Street is one of the most popular streets in Bath, and home to a plethora of independent shops and cafés and the popular vintage market every Saturday morning.
The green spaces of Henrietta Park and Sydney Gardens are nearby, the Royal Crescent and Circus a ten minute walk, and the Royal Victoria Park and Botanical Gardens, a 20 minute walk. The National Trust Skyline Walk to the east of the town centre offers exceptional views through six miles of local meadows and woodlands.
The area is also renowned for the quality of its excellent independent and state schooling.
Transport links are excellent, with Bath Spa train station a 15 minute walk away, providing a direct line to London Paddington in under 90 minutes. The M4 motorway lies north of the city and is quickly reachable by car in just 15 minutes, while Bristol airport is less than 20 miles away.
Bath & North East Somerset Council, Band B
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