Lambridge, Bath, BA1 6BJ (tham khảo)
Bán, 1.500.000 GBP
(~ 2.021.359 USD)
Lambridge, Bath, BA1 6BJ, Bath, England, Vương quốc Anh
Loại bất động sản : Nhà cho gia đình ít người
Hình thức bất động sản : N/A
Diện tích xây dựng : 3.994 ft² / 371 m²
Diện tích đất : N/A
Phòng ngủ : 5
Phòng tắm : 0
Phòng tắm : 0
Mô tả bất động sản
With southerly views over the Avon Valley, Lambridge is on the eastern outskirts of Bath, approximately 1.25 miles from the centre and very well placed for easy access to the M4. The house stands well back from the road and is secluded by its matured well-stocked garden.
The village of Larkhall has some excellent independent shopping facilities with a post office, delicatessen, chemist, hardware, greengrocer, theatre, bistro, doctors' surgery and vet as well as St Saviour's primary school, within 0.5 miles.
Bath is a World Heritage Site famed for its Georgian architecture and Roman heritage and provides an extensive range of business, entertainment and cultural facilities along with two universities. There are well regarded schools in both the state and independent sectors and a mainline rail link to London Paddington (journey time from 84 mins) and Bristol Temple Meads (journey time from 15 mins). Junction 18 of the M4 motorway is about 9 miles to the north and Bristol International airport is some 20 miles to the north west.
Grove Lodge is a detached Georgian residence with bay windows and a wisteria clad front elevation. Dating from 1788 and listed Grade II, it has a wealth of interesting period features including marble fireplaces with cast iron grates, fine flooring, joinery, plaster and cornice work, many shuttered windows, panelled doors and alcoves.
The original front door opens into the bright and welcoming entrance hall with solid oak floor and stained glass window; there is also a wine store off, with stone wine bins. There is an inner hall with original Bath stone and slate tessellated floor and access to stone steps down to the cellar, which is currently used for storage but could be a great children's playroom or gym. There is a beautiful easy rising staircase visible to the upper floors.
The morning and drawing rooms are at the front of the property, with features including high ceilings, shuttered windows and period marble fireplaces and grates. The nearby cloak/bathroom is well appointed, as is the well-planned kitchen with full range of beech wall and base units, sink unit, Neff double oven and AEG gas hob. The utility room has space for appliances and the pantry has cold slabs and original meat hooks.
The sitting/dining room has a shuttered Georgian window and Bath stone and pennant floor. This would make a fantastic kitchen (subject to the necessary consents being obtained); off of this room there is a snug with bathroom off it and access to the rear garden. On the east side of the property is a wonderful conservatory with further access to the garden.
The landing features a mahogany Butler's table and three beautiful bedrooms. The bedrooms are well-appointed with high ceilings and period fireplaces and the master bedroom benefits from its own sitting/dressing room which leads through to a wonderful size suite with lovely views and an en suite bathroom. There is a further en suite shower room to bedroom 2.
The staircase with mahogany handrail leads to the upper floor landing with direct access to the two spacious double bedrooms, one with en suite bathroom, featuring a marble fireplace of exceptional style and quality. The bedrooms have high ceilings and large south-facing windows with far-reaching views over the Avon Valley. There is also a shower room on this floor and access to the attic space.
The high roadside pavement gives access to a front garden with stone paths on each side leading to the front and back of the house. Laurel screen hedging, specimen magnolia, ornamental Japanese maple, laburnum and cherry are all features. The large central lawn, separated from the house by the original fine Bath & Portland stone balustrade, is surmounted by four period urns and beyond is the terrace and wisteria. To the east side of the house is a large Victorian greenhouse.
The rear garden is approached by pennant stone steps, where lawn, fine mature acer and an apple tree are to be found. Two pennant stone paths lead to the large Bath stone store and near the back door is a further Bath stone garden store with side access to the front of the property.