Devonshire Buildings can be found in an elevated position in the ever popular area of Bear Flat on the Southern slopes of Bath. This highly desirable location provides a host of independent and local shopping outlets as well as being well placed for access to the City Centre either on foot or by public transport, thanks to a regular bus service. The World Heritage City of Bath offers fine dining, boutique shops, The Theatre Royal and the architecturally unique Thermae Spa. There are transport links to London either from junction 18 of the M4 which lies to the north of the city or by rail from Bath Spa railway station to London Paddington (Approx 90 mins). There are a good selection of local primary and secondary schools within the vicinity of Bear Flat making this a very attractive area of Bath to live in.
Once inside there is a welcoming, light, entrance hall with stairs leading to the first floor. To the left hand side of the property you have an open plan sitting/dining room. The sitting room sits to the front of the property with double doors opening out onto a patio area. There is a feature period fireplace with bespoke cupboards and shelving either side. This effortlessly flows through into the dining room with Bath stone fireplace with working inset log burner and slate hearth. The kitchen is to the rear of the ground floor and has a fully fitted, framed shaker style kitchen with flagstone flooring, a range of wall and base units, built in dishwasher, microwave, inset belfast sink, cooker point with extractor over and space for a fridge freezer. Off the kitchen you also have an internal courtyard. To the right hand side of the ground floor there is a hallway leading to the rear door as well as providing access to the pantry, cloakroom and utility room. There are also stairs from here down to the cellar, which is currently used as a home gym.
Once on the first floor you have an open landing with stairs to the second floor and providing access to all rooms on this floor. To the front there is a spacious drawing room and withdrawing room, both offer stunning views across Bath via the ornate sash windows which also allow light to flood through these reception rooms. They can be opened up to create a beautiful open plan space or closed off if you prefer. Both rooms have a range of period features, including, cornicing, centre roses as well as period fireplaces with marble mantles and surrounds. There are three further rooms on this floor which are currently used as two double bedrooms and home office along with a shower room.
The second floor completes the accommodation with four double bedrooms, two to the rear and two to the front including the master bedroom which has built in wardrobes and far reaching, elevated views over Bath and beyond. There is also a separate shower room and family bathroom with a fully fitted suite comprising of paneled bath, his and hers sinks and wc.
The property boasts an enclosed, landscaped garden mainly laid to lawn. There are a range of well stocked, aesthetically positioned flower beds and boarders along with a range of mature shrubs, hedges and trees. Off the house there is a large, patio and decked, entertaining area which is the perfect al-fresco dining spot in the summer months.
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