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Great Stanhope Street, Bath, Somerset, BA1

Asking price £265,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 reception

Forming part of a mock Georgian townhouse in Bath City centre. The home offers level access to the main city centre - a mere 4 minute walk to Queen Square. The home has been newly refurbished and updated by the current owners. Situated on the second floor and with lift access accommodation includes a spacious entrance hall with huge storage cupboard, leading to an open plan living room with three sash windows and a stylish new kitchen separated nicely from the lounge. There are two double bedrooms, both with storage cupboards and a newly fitted bathroom. Communal courtyard, recycling and bike stores. Offered with vacant possession.

Great Stanhope Street is a small street of Georgian and mock Georgian properties just 0.2 miles from Bath city centre. This particular building was constructed in the 1980's and offers both a lift and communal courtyard. At the end of Great Stanhope Street is Norfolk Crescent with a large green to the front, bordered by the River Avon. Royal Victoria Park is also a 0.2 mile walk, offering acres of green space and botanical garden. Bath Spa Railway Station is 0.7 miles.


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