- 1930s semi-detached family home
- 4 bedrooms
- 2 reception rooms
- Stunning 180° views across to the Royal Crescent and beyond
- Kitchen/dining room
- Utility room
- Large, south-facing, rear garden with two terraces
- Off-street parking for 4 cars
- Close to local amenities on Bear Flat
- Beechen Cliff and Hayesfield schools nearby
A beautifully presented family home in a quiet cul-de-sac off Englishcombe Lane in the Bear Flat area of Bath. The accommodation comprises: an extremely useful internal porch; large entrance hall with beautiful parquet flooring; bay-fronted living room with woodburning stove, parquet flooring and extensive views over Bath; open plan kitchen/dining room with French doors to the patio and garden; second reception room, currently used as a study; utility room with ample space for all the utility machines plus an upright fridge/freezer; wet room with W.C; 3 double bedrooms; single bedroom and family shower room. The loft is large and with the relevant permissions could be converted into a further large double bedroom. Externally, the front the property benefits from a low maintenance garden with mature shrubs and driveway parking for 4 cars. The large south-facing back rear garden is laid out over two levels and includes an attractive patio area as well as a large lawn. More far-reaching views are enjoyed from the back garden. Viewing comes highly recommended.
Bear Flat is a most desirable neighbourhood situated just to the south of Bath city centre. Westfield Close is well placed close to an extensive range of local shops and amenities, including: Italian delicatessen, cafe, co-op, pharmacy, gym, takeaway restaurants, Menu Gordon Jones fine dining, The Bear pub and Zazu's kitchen, amongst others. Alexandra Park is a wonderful facility offering open space for families to enjoy along with its fabulous views across the City. Local schools that can be found around the area, include Beechen Cliff, Hayesfield and St Gregory's senior schools and Paragon and Widcombe junior schools. The World Heritage City of Bath beckons at the foot of the Wells Road and offers a diverse range of restaurants, shops and cultural opportunities including: Bath Thermae Spa, Theatre Royal, Pump Rooms, and Abbey. Bath Spa railway station provides a main line link with London Paddington, as well as Wales and the South West. The M4 motorway is also accessible at junction 18, as is the A4 to Bristol.
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