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A very well presented and spacious end of terrace 1930’s house in this highly sought after village on the North/Eastern outskirts of Bath, enjoying widespread views to both front and rear together with a wonderful location adjacent to open countryside.
excellent kitchen/dining room
sitting room with woodburner
3 double bedrooms, one with balcony and en-suite shower room
21 Seven Acres Lane stands in attractive landscaped gardens to the rear and side. They are laid mainly to lawn with a large paved terrace with pergola, further patio and decking, flower and herbaceous border, ornamental bushes and shrubs. Balcony off the main bedroom. Block paved parking area for one large vehicle and additional on street parking.
The house occupies a lovely position in this very popular area of Bath. It is close to beautiful open countryside (including Little Solsbury Hill and the gorgeous St Catherines Valley), Chris Rich’s Farm Shop and the various shops and amenities in Batheaston and Northend (with an excellent primary school, doctors surgery, dentist, chemist, veterinary practice, 2 churches, general convenience store, takeaway and pub). There is a frequent bus service from Batheaston into the centre of Bath - (or cycle along the towpath?) just 3 or so miles distant - whilst easy access to the M4 is available without having to cross the city.
Enter Northend from the London Road at Batheaston and continue up the hill, passing the Catholic Church on your right. Continue for about half a mile (past St Johns Church on your left) take the next left onto Seven Acres Lane and the property can be found just after Prospect Gardens on the left hand side and before the right hand bend.