A stunning four storey Victorian terraced home, beautifully refurbished to a high standard.
This grand property’s main draw is a wonderful spacious open plan living space which has been extended to the front giving a vaulted glass roof over the kitchen area. This substantial room incorporates a bespoke fitted kitchen, breakfast bar and dining space. The space currently occupied by a large dining table could equally be used as a living room. The views over Bath from the bay window are spectacular. There are beautiful fitted storage and integrated appliances which lend a practical feel to the kitchen as well as underfloor heated original pine floorboards throughout this floor. There is also a nicely tucked away cloakroom WC.
To the ground floor is the full width master bedroom with built in wardrobes, and has the most fantastic south-facing views from the bay window. The master bedroom has access to an excellent size en-suite with freestanding bath, walk in shower and sink, all also fitted to a very high standard.
The first floor has two generous sized double bedrooms and a family shower room. The half landing separating the hall-floor from the bedrooms has a built in concealed utility area with plumbing for a washing machine and a dryer.
The garden-level floor has a large boiler room with access to all the plumbing, tanks and pipework, as well as being handy for storage. The cosy sitting room/fourth bedroom looks out onto the garden and is a very pleasant space to unwind in.
The rear garden extends more than 60ft from the rear of the property, it is laid to lawn and wild flower meadow, has a patio area for seating, and a timber framed arbour with planted vines. At the end of the garden is a double garage with up and over door which has access onto Seymour Road, which in turn is accessed from Bennett Lane from the end of Belgrave Crescent. As well as the parking this affords, you are entitled to two local parking permits and enough guest permits allowing you to park on Belgrave Crescent.
This is a very desirable position in the sought after Camden area, being set in the middle of this tucked away crescent, a quiet corner of Bath offering good access to the centre of the city. Bath is one of only three UK World Heritage Cities and enjoys international claim for its fine classical architecture and Roman heritage. The city offers a wide variety of restaurants and shops and is home to an international music festival each spring, excellent schools within walking distance to include St. Stevens Primary School, Kingswood School and the Royal High School. Bath also has excellent sporting events with the Lansdown racecourse only a few minutes’ drive to the north and premier division rugby at the recreation ground in the city. Camden is well situated for commuting. The M4 junction 18 is 10 miles north, although the M5 and the M32 are easily accessible to Bristol which is around 12 miles west. London is approximately 100 miles from junction 18 with access into Heathrow. Bath Spa station has a mainline link to London (Paddington) approximately 90 minutes away. Bristol International is about 30 miles to the West.
Services: All mains services are connected.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Carter Jonas.
Directions to BA1 5JU: Belgrave Crescent is accessed from Camden Road either via Gays Hill or Bennett Lane.