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Pulteney Grove, Widcombe, Bath








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Key features

  • Viewings Commencing 27th January - Call To Arrange Your Viewing
  • Thoughtfully Extended to Create A Modern Open Plan Kitchen Diner
  • Close to plenty of Local Amenities and the City Centre
  • Bath Spa Train Station a Short, Flat Walk Away
  • Excellent Range of Both Private and State School Close By
  • Beautifully Presented Family Home
  • Enjoy some of Bath's Most Loved Walking Routes on Your Doorstep - Including Bath Skyline, Bathwick Meadow, Kennet and Avon Canal Path and Prior Park Gardens
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Sought After Location - Thriving Street Community
  • Residents Permit Parking


An exceptional Victorian bay-fronted family home, offering 4 bedrooms, extended accommodation across three floors, nestled in a highly regarded and peaceful no-through road. The property has been thoughtfully extended and offers a wealth of character blended with modern luxury. Perfectly positioned to enjoy a thriving community that offers seasonal street parties and events, an outstanding choice of state and private schooling, a short distance from the city centre with its unique variety of amenities, and those commuting via Bath Spa Train station. 


The property is entered via a welcoming entrance hall, with its own handy inner lobby. The sitting room sits to the front with its large bay window aspect, stylishly decorated with neutral colours, fitted with wooden flooring and alcove shelving. Additional fittings include timber frame sash windows, with double glazing in the bay. The sitting room has benefitted from an adjustment to its original floor plan and offers extra floor space, currently utilized as the play area. 


Moving to the rear of the property is the stunning, fully extended kitchen/diner, beaming with natural light from Velux windows and a skylight, with an extensive range of high-end appliances, fantastic central island with breakfast bar and tiled flooring with underfloor heating throughout. The kitchen island stands central and brags a huge amount of worktop space, storage and integrated dishwasher, before flowing into the designated dining area which sits next to a large picture window looking into the rear garden. On one side you have space for a range cooker, plenty of base units and shelving for pots and pans, whilst the opposing side has standing cupboards providing furthermore storage. From the kitchen there is an internal utility room with space for further white good appliances, extra shelving, base units and access to the downstairs WC. A glass door to the rear guides you into the garden’s lower patio level.


The principal bedroom sits at the front of the first floor, enjoying a stunning cityscape with views of Bath Abbey through its bay window. Additionally, there is plenty of built in wardrobe space. Next door is a contemporary walk-in shower room fitted with Grohe appliances. Two further bedrooms complete this floor alongside a modern family bathroom. A set of stairs lead to the second floor, forming the loft extension and offers a generous fourth bedroom with dual aspect views of Bath Abbey and Bathwick Meadow. Fitted with Velux windows and additional eaves storage.


The enclosed rear garden has been landscaped to provide two easily manageable levels, the lower is bordered with spring flower beds and turfed with artificial grass. The higher level has been decked to provide a peaceful sunny seating area and external storage for gardening equipment and bikes etc. There is a rear lane gate with almost immediate access to Pulteney Gardens and the Kennet and Avon Canal. To the front is a pretty, low maintenance garden with plants and shrubs, bordered with traditional Victorian iron fencing and steps leading to the front door.


Pulteney Grove has its own thriving community, with several seasonal street events and parties throughout the year. Widcombe is a highly desirable village located just south of the city with welcoming and excellent community. Famed for its array of boutique shops and amenities including a well distinguished deli, coffee shop, hairdressers, vets, garden centre, florist, off-license and small supermarket. From the Parade there is immediate access to the Kennet and Avon Canal where you can enjoy a nice flat walk or cycle. Up the hill are several viewpoints, including Bath Skyline, Bathwick Meadow, Rainbow Woods, Alexandra Park and Prior Park and savour some of the finest views across the city. 


Both Widcombe and Bathwick Primary schools are a short 5 minute walk away and offer excellent primary options, plus all of Bath’s most well-regarded secondary state and private schools (such as Beechen Cliff and King Edwards) are easily accessible from Pulteney Grove. Bath Spa Train Station is a short, flat walk with direct lines to London Paddington, Bristol Temple Meads and the South-West. The M4 is accessible at Junction 18 approx. 11 Miles north of Bath. Bath City centre is a mere stone’s throw away offering the unique array of timeless architecture, independent shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes you would expect to find nestled away in a World Heritage City. It boasts a thriving and diverse community with a world-famous collection of museums and galleries, year-round festivals, theatre, music and sporting events.


Viewings Commencing 27th January - Call To Arrange Your Viewing


Additional Information:
Tenure: Freehold 
EPC Rating: D (Potential B)
Council Tax Band: D
Residents Permit Parking: Zone 2
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Double Glazing

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Band: D

Pulteney Grove, Widcombe, Bath


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Bath Spa Station0.3 miles
  • Oldfield Park Station1.3 miles
  • Freshford Station3.3 miles
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Hunter French, Bath

6 Balustrade, London Road, Bath, BA1 6QA

Hunter French, Bath
Welcome to Hunter French Estate Agents

Hunter French Estate Agents were formed in 2005 by Stephen Hunter and Karen Dumine both of whom had been working in corporate Estate Agency since 1996 and 1988 respectively.

With a real passion for people and property, we have been selling houses in cities, towns and villages across Somerset, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire since 2005 with strategically placed branches in Bath, Corsham, Devizes, Frome, Tetbury, Bruton and most recent

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