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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Ashgrove, Peasedown St. John, Bath


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*Entrance Hall * sitting room * kitchen * dining room * substancial lounge * Study/bedroom six * downstairs bathroom * Utility area * 5 Double bedrooms * wc * family bathroom * two attic rooms * shed *greenhouse *garden * gas ch * off road parking *

 This unusual detached property was built by the striking Miners in 1926 and one of the front reception rooms with two large windows was originally 'The Old Shop', the lounge dining room, used to be a Billiard hall and in more recent times has been turned into a large family home with five reception rooms, four/five double bedrooms, right in the heart of the residential village end of Peasedown St John in direct walking distance to its local shops, amenities and bus routes. This stone built detached property offers versatile accommodation and would be perfect for some one looking for a 'do-up' project. Although in need of updating you can envisage a busy family life in this substantial dwelling. The accommodation comprises entrance porch, L shaped hallway, sitting room with real fireplace and front aspect window. Open plan kitchen/dining area with a selection of base units, built-in cupboard and window to the rear aspect. Large dining room, utility area,  substantial lounge, with door to the rear garden, loft access with ladder and light, study/bed six, family room/bedroom five and bathroom with sink wc and bath with shower over. Part of the house could be self contained, with an external side access door. On the first floor there are four double bedrooms, a family bathroom with bath, sink, shower cubical and wc, there is also a separate wc. On the second floor there are two light attic rooms and storage space. This property has to be viewed to see its full potential.

OUTSIDE:  At the front of the property there is space for parking of two vehicles, there is access around to the side of the property. The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with a patio area, pathway, greenhouse, shed, Siver birch shrubs, rockery, established trees (a Twisted Hazel, Medlar and Lilac) 

DIRECTIONS: From our office in Bath Road, Peasedown St John, heading in the direction of Bath, before you enter the traffic calming chicanes, the property can be found on the right hand side, identified by our For Sale board.

COUNCIL TAX BAND: D (BANES 2016/17 £1,565.23)

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Added on Rightmove:
17 September 2016


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