- Grade II listed converted chapel
- Attractive setting in the heart of Weston village
- Two double bedrooms
- Wonderful open plan kitchen/living/dining room
- Beautifully appointed shower room
- Private, west facing rear courtyard
- Ideal for first-time buyers or somebody wanting level accommodation
- Local shops and amenities less than 5 minutes away
- Easy access to both the A4 and M4 (J18)
- Close to stunning surrounding countryside
A truly stunning part of the Grade II listed Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel, in the heart of Weston village, which was converted by Alexander James Cox Ltd and completed to exacting standards in 2014. The accommodation comprises: Two double bedrooms; a beautifully appointed shower room with double width walk-in shower; utility cupboard housing the combi-boiler and washing machine; bright and spacious contemporary kitchen/living/dining room leading out through French doors to a private, west-facing rear courtyard garden. Additionally, to the front of the property you have a small, private front garden which overlooks an attractive Georgian terrace opposite. The property would be ideal for first-time buyers, a professional couple or somebody who is looking to live over one floor.
Trafalgar Road is located to the west of Bath city centre in the Weston area of the city. The property is situated very close to a variety of local shops and amenities on Weston High Street (less than 5 minutes walk away). Local schools include: Weston All Saints Primary School, St Mary's RC Primary School and Oldfield Academy. The independent schools, Kingswood and the Royal High are a short drive away in Lansdown. The Cotswold Way provides great access to the beautiful surrounding countryside and begins close by on Penn Hill Road. There is easy access to both the A4 to Bristol and the M4 at junction 18. The city centre is a level 30 minute walk away, or alternatively regular bus service runs throughout the day, nearest bus stop on High Street, less than a 2 minute walk.
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