A lovely detached home in one of Bath’s most popular villages, set over two floors and offering close to 2,000 sq ft of residential space with a double garage and off street parking. (Approximately 2,246 sq ft / 208 sq m)
Entrance lobby • Dining hall • Sitting room • Study • Kitchen/breakfast room • Family bathroom • Shower room • Five bedrooms • Double garage • Off street parking to front and rear • EPC rating F
Beechcroft sits in an enviable position in the sought after village of Combe Hay on the outskirts of Bath. The property is detached and is set over two floors offering flexible accommodation with ample reception and bedroom space to play with. Upon entering the property there is a large entrance hall currently used as dining space which accesses all the rooms on the ground floor. There is a generous sized sitting room which extends to include a study area with alcove space. The kitchen/breakfast room and utility/boot room are fully equipped and look out onto the patio terrace and rear garden. There are two double bedrooms on the ground floor, both of which could either serve as an office or TV/playroom to suit any family’s needs.
To the first floor are the remaining three bedrooms and family shower room. The master bedroom spans the property from front to back giving you a huge amount of potential storage space or a walk-in wardrobe. The landing area is also large enough to allow a study or office space.
To the outside is the double garage and off street parking of which you have a space to the front of the property and outside the garage. The garden surrounds the property with a lawned garden to the front and rear, an elevated patio seating area, with mature trees and some fruiting shrubs. The beautiful views make the patio and garden a lovely spot to sit out on a summers day.
The village of Combe Hay sits in idyllic countryside just 10 minutes drive from the centre of Bath. Combe Hay is an old settlement, which in fact was listed in The Domesday Book in 1085. The canal and railway have come and gone but the valley and its people remain as an example of a surviving English village, it was even named as one of the most desirable villages in England by The Times. There is an excellent local pub, The Wheatsheaf, which is renowned for its outstanding food, wines and beers.
There are several good schools in the vicinity including Bathwick St Mary’s Primary School, King Edward’s, Monkton Combe, Prior Park College, Royal High and Kingswood. Bath University is accessible at the top of Bathwick Hill in Claverton Down, with its Olympic standard sporting facilities. Bath is a World Heritage city that is famous for its Georgian architecture and Roman origins and is positioned in the River Avon valley, close to the M4 (J18 10 miles). London Paddington is 90 minutes from Bath Spa station and with the upcoming electrification of the line will be a lot faster.
Mains electricity and water. Oil fired central heating. Septic tank drainage.
Local Authority - Bath & North East Somerset Council.
Council Tax Band G.
Leave Bath taking the A367 Wellsway until you reach the roundabout at Odd Down Park & Ride. Take the first exit onto Sulis Manor Road and turn right onto Combe Hay Lane. After about 1.5 miles, take the left turn towards Combe Hay. Beechcroft House is the first house on the left.