A stunning and elegant Victorian red brick detached Villa located in the Newbridge area of Bath. The property is presently used as a well-appointed guest house but could be easily adapted to make a fine family home. This substantial double fronted period property has a natural balance to it, with well-proportioned rooms offering light and space with 3580 sq. Ft of internal accommodation. Alongside this, the house sits on a sizable plot with a well-proportioned rear garden, presently offering off street parking for 4 cars or more. The rear garden could be landscaped and restructured to include a detached garage (subject to planning) and more garden space should the purchaser prefer. The driveway to the front offers extra parking space if required. The current owners have presented the property to the market in immaculate condition and early viewing is highly recommended.
Hawkins of Bath is located in Newbridge on the North West side of the World Heritage City of Bath. Newbridge is a residential area of Bath and was recently put forward by none other than the Sunday Times as one of the "up and coming areas in the UK for capital growth" (2018).
The property is accessible to local shops and amenities in Chelsea Road, which include, amongst others; bakery, Post Office, Spar convenience store, delicatessen, cafés, hairdressers, cycle shop, dentist and hardware shop. Lidl, Marks & Spencer's and pc World are close by on Lower Bristol Road. Other local amenities include a chemist and doctors surgery on nearby Newbridge Hill, whilst the Royal United Hospital is easily accessible as well.
Local schools include; Newbridge Primary School, St Mary's rc School and Weston All Saints Primary Schools and Oldfield Secondary School. Kingswood, the Royal High and King Edwards independent schools are all a short drive away.
One of the joys of the area is the canal path which leads into the City centre and going westwards links up to the cycle path to Bristol and heading southwards along the Two Tunnels cycle path towards Limpley Stoke and beyond.
The World Heritage City of Bath itself offers a diverse range of restaurants, shops and cultural opportunities including the Bath Spa, the Theatre Royal, Pump Rooms, and the Abbey amongst others. For those with families, the property is located near to the Royal Victoria Park with its 57 acres of open space located just below the Royal Crescent.
Bath Spa and Oldfield Park railway stations provide a main line link with London Paddington, Wales and the South West. Oldfield Park train station itself is conveniently located within a ten-minute walk from the property. The M4 motorway is also accessible at junction 18, as is the A4 to Bristol.
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