1 Huntingdon Street, Bradford-On-Avon, Wiltshire
A HANDSOME PERIOD HOME. IMPRESSIVELY RENOVATED & SMARTLY PRESENTED SPACES over three floors.
Gardens & private parking for 2 cars.
- Conveniently set above the town centre
- Four bedrooms
- Lovely kitchen dining room
- Comfortable sitting room
- Gardens with stone store & WC!
- Private parking for two cars
A handsome period home. Impressively renovated & presented spaces over three floors. Gardens & private parking.
Number 1 Huntingdon Street is a well-situated period home on the popular Bath side of the town centre. The ground floor has an entrance porch leading into the kitchen dining room, a sociable space with modern fitted appliances sitting seamlessly alongside more traditional features such as the fireplace. Adjoining this we have a comfortable sitting room with stairs to the first floor. Here there are two bedrooms both with widows to the sunny front elevation and fireplaces; one is used as study the other as a snug. The smart modern bathroom has both a shower cubicle & bath. The top floor has a beautiful master bedroom enjoying a dual aspect Lastly the fourth is bedroom presently used as a dressing room. The whole house from top to bottom has been expertly renovated & is very attractively presented.
Externally are two garden areas, the front garden is lawned with beds & borders leading to the driveway parking set behind gates. The side garden has a patio seating area & another lawn. There is plenty of space for the “green fingered”. There is also a useful stone store & gardener’s loo! Note; there is a right of way through the garden for the neighbour.
Well located for schools, bus stop & the Co-op. Bradford-on-Avon offers enviable market town amenities including; good schools, doctor & dentist, swimming pool & sports fields, library & Music Centre, many places to eat & drink, shops & boutiques and of course canal, river and country walks. The railway station offers a picturesque ride to Bath and Bristol city centres for high street shopping, entertainment and night life. Many residents commute to Bristol & Bath by rail as well as further afield; there are useful to links to London and Cardiff. The town is also well served by routes and proximity to the A4, A36 and the M4 corridor.