Sold 3 bedroom property sold in Daniel Street, Bath, BA2

Guide Price £1,250,000

Summary

3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 3 Receptions
  • Entrance Hall
  • Study/sitting Room
  • Kitchen/breakfast Room
  • Dining Room/snug
  • Garden Room
  • Studio
  • Utility Room
  • Vault
  • Cloakroom
  • Drawing Room
  • 3 Double Bedrooms
  • Courtyard
  • Mature Garden

Description

Daniel Street was built in 1810 and as such is classified as late Georgian and attributed to John Pinch the Elder.

Entering the house via the front door, a classic Georgian hallway greets with period cornicing and staircase to upstairs. To the front of the house on your left is a study/sitting room with period Regency bullseye fireplace with built-in cupboards and bookshelves either side. A large sash window gives views over Daniel Street. Painted original shutters either side of the window and period cornicing completes the charm. To the rear of the house is a fine bedroom again with a lovely fireplace, shutters and...
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Daniel Street was built in 1810 and as such is classified as late Georgian and attributed to John Pinch the Elder.

Entering the house via the front door, a classic Georgian hallway greets with period cornicing and staircase to upstairs. To the front of the house on your left is a study/sitting room with period Regency bullseye fireplace with built-in cupboards and bookshelves either side. A large sash window gives views over Daniel Street. Painted original shutters either side of the window and period cornicing completes the charm. To the rear of the house is a fine bedroom again with a lovely fireplace, shutters and views over the garden.

Stairs take you down to the lower ground level, on the half landing is a bathroom. At the bottom of the stairs there is a built-in bespoke unit with display shelving, also in the hall another part-period cupboard, both of which add very much to the charm of the property.

Through to the kitchen you find a good level of built-in cupboards, granite worktops and plenty of room to dine. There is an attractive view into the courtyard and a door leads through to the vault area. Here is some super extra space. The first vault is a utility room, and the second vault has two bays and has been used as a painting studio. To one end by the window, you find the original period wash bowl and old Butler sink. In the vault lobby there is a door out to the courtyard.

Also on the garden floor is a beautiful dining room/snug with period built-in cupboards and glazed French doors leading out to a lovely garden room, constructed in aluminium, and finished in cream colour. Bi-fold doors open out to the charming garden. A door leads you back to the lower ground hallway, where there is a downstairs cloakroom with boiler and understairs cupboard.

Up to the first floor, the centre piece to the house is a fine drawing room, very much in a traditional Bath style. Large sash window with original shutters, elegant fireplace and cornicing with central ceiling rose. There are built-in cupboards with shelves above and reeded detailing. Also on the first floor is a bedroom with views over the garden.

Up to the second floor is the master bedroom with original period fireplace and bank of bespoke wardrobes and cupboards. A very generous sized bathroom with airing cupboard completes the top floor.

Externally

The garden at 33 has been much loved for many years and is particularly of note. Our client has created a real oasis of plants, which are too many to mention but range from fine rambling and climbing roses, to a hibiscus tree, campanula, and many other perennial classics. The view of the garden from the house is very attractive. There is a doorway from the back of the garden out to the back lane.

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Cultural Highlights

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Testimonials

I was very impressed with Crisp Cowley’s proactive approach of bringing cash buyers round for exclusive pre-market viewings.
Andrew Penney, Cambridge Terrace
Crisp Cowley worked tirelessly to find us a buyer and successfully negotiate the sale.
Mr & Mrs Hardy.
We have been delighted with the way Crisp Cowley have conducted the sale of our family’s house in Bathwick Hill.
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