Nineteenth century terraced house.

Nineteenth century terraced house.

Lucy

 

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms

About our home

A Victorian terraced house on three floors with spectaular views across the Avon valley. There are two double bedrooms, one a childs bedroom with a single bed in it and a bathroom on the top
floor, with a second WC just below that. The middle floor has another double bedroom and a sitting room with a piano, comfortable seating and writing desk. On the lower floor are the kitchen, a large open plan dining room with a wood burning stove and a sitting room with an open fire and another WC.There are oak floorboards throughout. A stable door opens out onto the garden terrace where there is seating and a table for eating out in warm weather.

The house is light, comfortable and informal. Roses and clematis grow in the garden which is on different levels, including one with an old
apple tree with a swing and vegetable and fruit patches. There are various places for sitting out. The view from the terrace takes in five
church spires and fields can be seen in the distance. Hot air ballons drift past on occasion.

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More about us

  1. We are Lucy and Jonathan and have one son who is ten years old.
    Jonathan is a professional working in Bristol and Lucy is an artist. We enjoy travelling abroad during school holidays and nearer to home for weekend breaks.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

We live in a friendly neighbourhood, 15 minutes walk from the town centre with theatres, cinemas, shops, art galleries and lots of restaurants and pubs. In and around Bath there are lovely walks along the river and canal and
into the countryside. The local train station is 30 minutes away on foot with a short journey to Bristol and direct connections to London, 90
minutes away.
There are many local attractions to appeal to all ages and tastes.

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