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About the property

A traditional Bath stone fronted end terraced home set in a tucked away Cul de Sac. The property requires some updating but has had works carried out on the roof and has modern double glazing. Its a lovely home and it's believed to have been the quarry manager's house in it's history. The property is offered with no onward chain.

On entering the property there are two reception rooms - one on either side of the hallway. The main reception room to the left is well proportioned whilst the right one would make a great snug and has the stairs leading to the first floor. Further down the hallway, steps lead down to a bathroom and a generous kitchen diner with views to the garden and access from a side door.

The first floor has a half landing taking you to the three double bedrooms.

To the rear of the property is a pretty enclosed rear garden which has artificial turf, plenty of plants and shrubs with a patio to the rear of the garden. The garden can be accessed via a side gate.

Combe Down sits on a level ridge approximately 1.25 mile (2 km) to the south of Bath city centre. The village is adjoined to the north by large areas of natural woodland with public footpaths offering stunning panoramic views overlooking the city and equally gratifying views of the Cotswold (AONB) valleys to the south. Close by is National Trust Prior Park with its beautiful landscaped gardens. There is simply no other village like it on the outskirts of the city with such a wide range of local amenities and schooling. This makes it a very popular place for families and those looking for an area with a rural feeling but still within walking distance of the city. You will find a good selection of schooling in the local vicinity with nurseries, two academy primary schools, Ralph Allen academy senior school and two independent schools in Prior Park and Monkton Combe.

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