1930's 4 bed terraced town house

1930's 4 bed terraced town house

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

A superbly modernised 1930s terraced home. Adjacent to the canal towpath for walking and cycling (4 bikes provided).
A level walk into the Bath with theatres (including the Theatre Royal) clubs and cinemas. World class tourist attractions - a culture overload.
Small town garden with raised pond, slate patio for outdoor dining and barbeques. (Gas barbeque provided.)
6/7 seater car potentially available (and/or 2+2 convertible).
Internet radio/music player downstairs with 900+ albums. TV online for "play on demand" services. Wifi enabled.
Chioce of Wii or cross-trainer in one bedroom! One bedroom is en-suite. Two walk-in showers.
Train station in city, so easily walkable or £5 taxi ride. 90 minutes to London.

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More about us

  1. We're a couple in our 40s with two children (boy 11, girl 9).

  2. Mark is a teacher and Sally works in a University.

  3. We occasionally bring my mother on holidays. She is house trained!

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
The Bath Priory, DeMuth's, The Olive Tree
Cool bars
Hall and Woodhouse, Opium, Circo
Cozy cafés
Adventure Cafe, Boston Tea Party, Bloomsbury Cafe
Retail therapy
Jolly's, Southgate Centre, Ann Summers
Bit of culture
Bath Abbey, Roman Baths, Theatre Royal, Holburne Museum, Fashion Museum, Jane Austen Centre
Walks in the park
Sydeny Gardens, Canal towpath to Bradford-on-Avon, Royal Victoria Park
Spot of exercise
Urban jogging, two tunnels cycle route
Day tripping
Stonehenge, London, Bristol

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