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Highbury Terrace, Bath, Somerset, BA1

Asking price £500,000 sold
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Receptions

This end-terrace house has an interesting history, built in c.1820 the property was formerly a public house and a brewery before becoming a private residence in 1929. Although a pretty Georgian cottage at its heart, this most intriguing property has the addition of two large converted vault areas, two pretty courtyards and stunning city views, and really offers something different, as well as bright and flexible accommodation. The entrance is at the side of the property and opens onto the ground floor, into the heart of the house with a kitchen to the left and a breakfast room or snug to the right. Through the snug you’ll find the first of the converted vaults which is currently used as a dining room, a great space for entertaining. Stairs rise up to a very useful study area and then further steps lead up to the second converted vault, which is a spacious sitting room with doors out to the second courtyard.
On the first floor there is a double bedroom with wonderful Bath views across the city and a spacious family bathroom. On the second floor is another double bedroom, with even better views and a third bedroom or study and a WC.
Externally there are two very pretty courtyards, one to the front of the kitchen, and one off the sitting room. This rear courtyard has gates to the side and already features a dropped curb, so also has potential to create off-street parking.

Set at the end of a pretty row of painted Georgian properties, Highbury Terrace is in the heart of the southern slopes of Camden area of Bath. A popular area on the North East side of the city, ideal for access to the city centre, which is less than a mile away. Local amenities can be found on Camden Road, London Road or nearby Larkhall village. These include cafes, supermarket, public houses, deli and a number of independent shops. Bath city centre offers a wonderful array of retailers, cultural, restaurants and sporting facilities. Communications include a direct line to London Paddington (90 mins) from Bath Spa station and access to the M4 is more convenient on the north side of Bath.

This end-terrace house has an interesting history, built in c.1820 the property was formerly a public house and a brewery before becoming a private residence in 1929. Although a pretty Georgian cottage at its heart, this most intriguing property has the addition of two large converted vault areas, two pretty courtyards and stunning city views, and really offers something different, as well as bright and flexible accommodation. The entrance is at the side of the property and opens onto the ground floor, into the heart of the house with a kitchen to the left and a breakfast room or snug to the right. Through the snug you’ll find the first of the converted vaults which is currently used as a dining room, a great space for entertaining. Stairs rise up to a very useful study area and then further steps lead up to the second converted vault, which is a spacious sitting room with doors out to the second courtyard.
On the first floor there is a double bedroom with wonderful Bath views across the city and a spacious family bathroom. On the second floor is another double bedroom, with even better views and a third bedroom or study and a WC.
Externally there are two very pretty courtyards, one to the front of the kitchen, and one off the sitting room. This rear courtyard has gates to the side and already features a dropped curb, so also has potential to create off-street parking.

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