4 bedroom cottage
Upper Swainswick, Bath BA1
- Charming period cottage in quiet location
- Delightful garden
- 4 bedrooms
- Parking and space for garage
- Period features including Inglenook fire
In good order throughout the property has potential to provide a second bathroom at first floor level. Plans have been drawn for a double garage and walk through building at the entrance to the property and subject planning there may be scope for a studio annex or garden room beneath.
The property is a bit of a tardis. It appears quite small when you approach from the front, but it is much bigger inside, and far more secluded that it first appears. It is not detached, but its neighbour is very discrete and accessed quite separately from Tadwick Lane
This is quite a delightful period property with a beautiful garden and a viewing is strongly recommended by the sole agent Cobb Farr
The property is located on the north eastern outskirts of Bath in the village of Upper Swainswick. The village has a tight knit community and at the heart, is St Mary’s church and the village primary school. The city centre of Bath is approximately 2½ miles distant being only a 10 minute drive away. Larkhall village nearby offers an excellent array of local amenities which include a good schools, a doctors surgery, dental practice and chemist, a national chain supermarket, an award winning delicatessen, a fabulous hardware store, a greengrocers, a butchers, a gourmet takeaway and two public houses. There is also a local theatre and an active community centre which offers regular keep fit classes and children’s activities.
The property is also well placed for easy access to various private schools to include Kingswood, The Royal High, King Edwards, Monkton Combe and Prior Park.
The property is accessed from a small cul-de-sac off Tadwick Lane and the old Gloucester Road. It is set in wonderful countryside surrounded by country walks but less than 1 mile from the city boundary. It is conveniently located for the M4 motorway with junction 18 being only a 15 minute drive away. Bristol airport is18 miles to the west and other communications include a direct line from Bath Spa Railway Station to London Paddington, Bristol and South Wales (Crossrail date tbc).
The World Heritage City of offers a wonderful array of independent shopping, a fine selection of restaurants, cafes and wine bars and many well respected cultural activities. These include a world famous music and literary festival, the newly refurbished No 1 Royal Crescent and Holburne Museums and many pre-London shows at The Theatre Royal.
World class sporting facilities are available at nearby Bath Rugby, Cricket Clubs, Bath University and many excellent state and independent schools are within easy reach.