- Sought After Location
- Grade ll Listed
- Character Property/Original Features
- Ample Natural Light
- Renovation/Improvement Potential
- Restored Rear Garden
- New Boiler (10 Year Warranty)
A rare opportunity to acquire this delightful ‘Regency Style’ terrace property on Beaufort Place in the heart of the well desired Larkhall. Presenting a wealth of character and original features, this Grade ll listed home offers fantastic balance of interior and exterior living space. With a touch of imagination, this property provides excellent scope and possibility to be modernised and improved (STPP).
Downstairs the property comprises of a large sitting room, located at the front and boasting an original open fireplace and sash windows. A spacious hallway leads you off into the dining room and conservatory/garden room, from here double doors lead you into the garden. Located alongside is the kitchen, it supplies plenty of storage, with large windows and access to the garden.
Upstairs consists of two large double bedrooms, the main of which boasts great storage space. Some of the property has been stripped back to display so of the wonderful original floorboards. The second bedroom, again a good-sized double, boasts a Georgian fireplace and sash window overlooking the rear garden. Completing the upstairs is a well-proportioned family bathroom, currently undergoing some renovation and a newly installed combi-boiler.
Outside the property benefits with a wonderfully secluded rear garden, well restored by the current owners to provide seating and planting areas. Stone stores link from the house and offer plenty of storage and potential for this property. At the front the property is charming patio area a great place to home a variety of plants and shrubs.
Larkhall Village centre which has a wide range of amenities including an independent bookshop, an excellent butchers, lovely cafes and delicatessens, a small supermarket, a convenience store with post office, a choice of public houses, an independent theatre, and Alice Park which is a real hub for outdoor community and family events. It is surrounded by a fantastic range of primary and secondary schools including The Royal High, Kingswood, St Marks, St Stephen's primary and St Saviours Primary. There are regular bus links to bath city centre, and it is a flat 25-minute walk to the city centre. For those that need to commute it is approximately 10 miles from Junction 18 of the M4 Motorway (M4) for access to London, Bristol and the Southwest. Bath Spa Railway station offers a high-speed train service into London Paddington which takes just 90 minutes. The City of Bath and the beautiful countryside which surrounds it has been described as one of England's most beautiful places. It offers the unique array of independent shops, restaurants, pubs, cafes you would expect to find nestled away in a World Heritage City. It boasts a thriving and diverse community with a remarkable collection of museums and galleries, year-round festivals, theatre, music and sports. Bath is a terrific city for families as it is extremely safe with an enviable selection of good schools, clubs and Parks.
Living Room 13' 10" x 11' 4" (4.22m x 3.45m)
Dining Room 11' 7" x 10' 10" (3.53m x 3.30m)
Conservatory/Garden Room 10' x 6' 10" (3.05m x 2.08m) Kitchen 10' 4" x 9' (3.15m x 2.74m) Bedroom 1 16' 3" x 11' 3" (4.95m x 3.43m) Bedroom 2 11' 10" x 10' 10" (3.61m x 3.30m) Bathroom 10' 5" x 8' 11" (3.17m x 2.72m)