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Mount Pleasant is a delightful semi-detached period cottage in the heart of this thriving village on the edge of the city. Listed Grade II, it stands in good size South facing gardens and with the rare benefit of both a double garage and extensive parking. The property has considerable charm and character, retains many original and desirable features (to include a handsome Inglenook fireplace, exposed beams, stone mullion windows and a striking stone spiral staircase) and enjoys pleasing open views to both front and rear.
The house stands in well planted and lovely private gardens, principally to the southern side. There is a good size lawn bordered by hedging and flower borders, various shrubs, bushes and a charming sun terrace. At the top of the garden is a detached brick and timber greenhouse/orangery; although in poor condition, it offers considerable potential. Large double garage with electric light and power together with additional driveway parking.
The village of Bathampton is highly convenient and sought after. The doctors surgery, café, new Spar, ‘outstanding’ primary school, children’s playground, church, regular bus services and the famous ‘George’ public house are all within a short stroll, yet delightful walks in the surrounding countryside - through open fields, up towards Hampton Down or along the side of the Kennet and Avon canal (either towards Braford-on-Avon or into the city) are close to hand. The centre of Bath is about 1½ miles away, easily accessible by car, bus or along the towpath on foot.
Leave the centre of Bath heading East on the A36 Warminster Road. Take the left hand fork down Bathampton Lane and Mount Pleasant will be found on your right hand side, being the second property immediately after Down Lane.
2 double bedrooms
bathroom and 2 shower rooms
gas fired heating
double garage and driveway parking
large dilapidated greenhouse/orangery