Ebury House is a sympathetically renovated and extended semi detached family home with considerable attention to detail offering a superb period finish with off road parking.
Herringbone parquet flooring to the entrance hall, kitchen dining room and both reception rooms makes for a consistent superior finish to the ground floor. This impressive renovation includes off white Corian styled kitchen worktops, double glazed timber sash windows, brass plated sockets, vertical column radiators, brass kitchen tap and bespoke carpentry.
The ground floor accommodation comprises of an entrance leading to the entrance hall that in turn leads to both the bayed front reception room with its restored period fireplace and the split level kitchen dining room. A second reception room to the rear provides a third living space to the ground floor. Couple this with the practicality of the utility room and separate WC, this high specification home effortlessly combines style with practicality.
The first floor configuration retains the original bayed master bedroom and added an en-suite shower room without compromise to the size of the bedroom. The second bedroom to the rear of the first floor also offers an en-suite shower room. The double storey side extension has provided space for two further double bedrooms and a bathroom exposed Ashlar stone wall to bedroom four and tall ceilings to this room, the bathroom and the side landing. The loft has been converted into a habitable room with bespoke carpentry creating inventive storage solutions and access to the rear gable loft storage space.
The front garden includes a cobbled and sandstone patio with a low level wall with railings to the side and front. A stone pillared vehicle entrance to the front provides off road parking with dropped kerb access to First Avenue.
The walled rear garden accessed from the kitchen begins with a patio leading to a small lawn with gravelling to the rear and the side return.
Agents note: The property includes all light fittings, carpets and kitchen appliances.
First Avenue is located between Oldfield Park and Bear Flat and is within 1.1 miles of Bath Spa train station. Local amenities on Bear Flat include a Co-op supermarket, pharmacy, Italian deli, restaurants, the Bear Hotel and Pub and the Good Bear Cafe. Local schools include Beechen Cliff and Hayesfield secondary schools with St Johns primary on the doorstep. Access to the Linear Park and the Two Tunnels Sustrans cycle network is within 200 metres offering access to the Paragon school in Lyncombe Vale, Midford and Bath's picturesque villages one way and Bristol the other.
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