4 Bedroom Terraced House for sale in 17 Prior Park Buildings, Bath, Somerset, BA2 4NP

4 Bedroom Terraced House - £1,600,000

17 Prior Park Buildings, Bath, Somerset, BA2 4NP

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First listed on: 13th May 2022

Nearest stations: Bath Spa (0.3 mi)Oldfield Park (1.2 mi)Avoncliff (3.9 mi)Bradford-on-Avon (4.8 mi)Keynsham (6.9 mi)

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Property Features

  • Grade II listed Georgian townhouse
  • Four bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • Drawing room
  • Kitchen

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

A Grade II listed Georgian townhouse with four bedrooms, gardens at front and rear and a double garage, situated in one of Bath?s most elegant terraces. Prior Park Buildings, built circa 1825 and attributed to John Pinch, is well positioned in a much sought-after location - a short walk from the centre of town in the urban village of Widcombe, Bath.

The vendors say: ?We absolutely love living here and it breaks our hearts to put our beautiful Georgian townhouse on the market. Widcombe is such a fantastic place to live, with an intimate community feel so close to the centre of Bath.?

?The street in particular is a very close-knit community; we hold events throughout the year, from wreath making to a summer party, and clean the stream and paint the railings together. People are very friendly and supportive; there?s always someone on hand to feed cats and keep an eye on things. The stream on the other side of the walkway at the front of the buildings adds something special, we often see ducks bobbing along, and even the occasional otter.?

?The location is perfect; turn left and you?re quickly at the railway station and the city with its wealth of bars, restaurants and shops, turn right and you are in the most beautiful countryside. It?s felt like a real privilege to live here for the past six years.?

?Widcombe is a wonderfully vibrant and popular area with a high street which continues to grow with great shops, Widcombe Deli, doctors? surgery, dentists, and the excellent White Hart gastro pub with beer garden. The Prior Park Garden Centre, practically next door, has a superb farm shop and caf? and an amazing selection of plants. The Widcombe Social Centre organises lots of community events: comedy and musical nights. The schools here are excellent, Widcombe Primary School has an ?Outstanding? Ofsted rating, and Prior Park and the Paragon are nearby. We enjoy easy access to the canal for running and cycling and there are lots of play parks around. Smallcombe Wood is 0.8 miles? walk and Prior Park Gardens with its iconic Palladian bridge is a lovely place to visit.?

?The railway station, a 4-minute walk, provides easy access to Bristol in under 15 minutes and London in 75 minutes. Junction 18 of the M4 is approximately 11 miles north.?

?The house feels private and quiet despite being so close to the city centre ? this makes it unique. We will miss everything about our lives here and wouldn?t be selling if it were not for a work relocation. We very much hope to move back to the area one day.?

Description:

This historic property retains a wealth of fine period features including cornicing, fireplaces, and working shutters, with high ceilings throughout.

The vendors have recently installed an exceptional handmade bespoke kitchen on the ground floor. oak finished units and curved breakfast bar sit atop underfloor heated limestone flagstones. The back door opens into a charming courtyard with steps up to the terraced back garden.

The kitchen opens into a spacious dining room with cornicing detail on the ceiling, parquet flooring and a wood burning stove. There is a useful utility room to the rear of the ground floor and a cloakroom under the Bath stone staircase.

The family bathroom off the half landing is newly renovated to a high specification with a marble shower, stone bath and Kast concrete basin.

The drawing room on the first floor has a marble fireplace with cast iron insert, beautiful original wooden floorboards and full height sash windows with glazing bars overlooking the garden and stream at the front. The adjoining withdrawing room, also with beautiful original floorboards and period fireplace, is currently used as a study although could provide a fourth bedroom.

On the second floor is the principal bedroom along with a second double bedroom with an original fireplace. A further double bedroom, with a large under-eaves storage space, and a second newly renovated bathroom are on the third floor.

Outside there are attractive gardens both at the front and back of the property. The back, terraced, garden leads up to a double garage accessed via a private road.

Additional Information:
Tenure: Freehold
Utilities: Gas, Electricity
Mains water
Local Authority: BANES
Council Tax: G


A Grade II listed Georgian townhouse with four bedrooms, gardens at front and rear and a double garage, situated in one of Bath?s most elegant terraces. Prior Park Buildings, built circa 1825 and attributed to John Pinch, is well positioned in a much sought-after location - a short walk from the centre of town in the urban village of Widcombe, Bath.

The vendors say: ?We absolutely love living here and it breaks our hearts to put our beautiful Georgian townhouse on the market. Widcombe is such a fantastic place to live, with an intimate community feel so close to the centre of Bath.?

?The street in particular is a very close-knit community; we hold events throughout the year, from wreath making to a summer party, and clean the stream and paint the railings together. People are very friendly and supportive; there?s always someone on hand to feed cats and keep an eye on things. The stream on the other side of the walkway at the front of the buildings adds something special, we often see ducks bobbing along, and even the occasional otter.?

?The location is perfect; turn left and you?re quickly at the railway station and the city with its wealth of bars, restaurants and shops, turn right and you are in the most beautiful countryside. It?s felt like a real privilege to live here for the past six years.?

?Widcombe is a wonderfully vibrant and popular area with a high street which continues to grow with great shops, Widcombe Deli, doctors? surgery, dentists, and the excellent White Hart gastro pub with beer garden. The Prior Park Garden Centre, practically next door, has a superb farm shop and caf? and an amazing selection of plants. The Widcombe Social Centre organises lots of community events: comedy and musical nights. The schools here are excellent, Widcombe Primary School has an ?Outstanding? Ofsted rating, and Prior Park and the Paragon are nearby. We enjoy easy access to the canal for running and cycling and there are lots of play parks around. Smallcombe Wood is 0.8 miles? walk and Prior Park Gardens with its iconic Palladian bridge is a lovely place to visit.?

?The railway station, a 4-minute walk, provides easy access to Bristol in under 15 minutes and London in 75 minutes. Junction 18 of the M4 is approximately 11 miles north.?

?The house feels private and quiet despite being so close to the city centre ? this makes it unique. We will miss everything about our lives here and wouldn?t be selling if it were not for a work relocation. We very much hope to move back to the area one day.?

Description:

This historic property retains a wealth of fine period features including cornicing, fireplaces, and working shutters, with high ceilings throughout.

The vendors have recently installed an exceptional handmade bespoke kitchen on the ground floor. oak finished units and curved breakfast bar sit atop underfloor heated limestone flagstones. The back door opens into a charming courtyard with steps up to the terraced back garden.

The kitchen opens into a spacious dining room with cornicing detail on the ceiling, parquet flooring and a wood burning stove. There is a useful utility room to the rear of the ground floor and a cloakroom under the Bath stone staircase.

The family bathroom off the half landing is newly renovated to a high specification with a marble shower, stone bath and Kast concrete basin.

The drawing room on the first floor has a marble fireplace with cast iron insert, beautiful original wooden floorboards and full height sash windows with glazing bars overlooking the garden and stream at the front. The adjoining withdrawing room, also with beautiful original floorboards and period fireplace, is currently used as a study although could provide a fourth bedroom.

On the second floor is the principal bedroom along with a second double bedroom with an original fireplace. A further double bedroom, with a large under-eaves storage space, and a second newly renovated bathroom are on the third floor.

Outside there are attractive gardens both at the front and back of the property. The back, terraced, garden leads up to a double garage accessed via a private road.

Additional Information:
Tenure: Freehold
Utilities: Gas, Electricity
Mains water
Local Authority: BANES
Council Tax: G


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Bath

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2NT BA1

Telephone: See phone number 01225 320032

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2NT BA1

Telephone: See phone number 01225 320032

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