Great Pulteney Street, Bath, BA2
Entrance Hall | Cloakroom | Kitchen/Breakfast room |Large living room | Dining room | Utility room | Office room | Principal bedroom with en suite bathroom and balcony | family bathroom | three further bedrooms.
Off street parking for several vehicles | Double garage | Mature rear Garden with mature trees and shrubs | Green house and shed.
Vine house is a spacious 1970s built detached
house in the ever popular village of Limpley Stoke. The sale of this property provides a rare and unique opportunity to further develop this delightful family home and many of the surrounding properties have had extensive makeovers in recent years. The property stands in an elevated position with incredible panoramic views over the beautiful, green Limpley Stoke Valley.
The accommodation is arranged over two storeys
and is accessed via the entrance hall with stairs
leading to the first floor. There is a cloakroom/w.c.
on the ground floor and a large living room which
runs from the front to the back of the house and
also has a triple aspect with French doors out onto the side garden. There are double doors from the living room into the dining room, which is at the rear and this in turn leads into the kitchen/breakfast room which again spans from the front of the house to the rear with an interesting vaulted breakfast nook and views to the front of the house. Moving on from the kitchen there is a home office and a spacious utility room which then leads into a double
garage with a specially constructed wine cupboard/cellar.
Upstairs there are four double bedrooms. The
principal bedroom benefits from an en suite
bathroom and a balcony with breath-taking views. The three further bedroom share the use of the family bathroom.
Vine house is accessed up a steep driveway which
leads to a level parking area at the top with access to the double garage. The gardens surround the house with elevated lawned areas bordered by trees and shrubs.
Limpley Stoke is a picturesque village to the south of Bath within a conservation area. Ideally placed for both the River Avon and the Kennet and Avon Canal which run through the village, as well as the Georgian city of Bath to the north. Bath provides extensive leisure, cultural and educational facilities as well as a mainline rail services to London Paddington and Bristol Temple Meads. Excellent schools locally include Monkton Combe, Prior Park, King Edwards, The Royal High School (girls) and Kingswood. Bath university stands above the neighbouring village of Claverton. The ancient market town of Bradford on Avon can be reached along the canal towpath and is popular for its galleries and craft shops and pretty town centre.
Guide Price £1,500,000 Freehold
Offers in excess of £1,100,000 Freehold
Offers in excess of £1,000,000 Freehold