- Semi Detached Former B&B
- Flexible Accommodation
- Fantastic Ceiling Heights
- Period Features
- Three Receptions
- No Onward Chain
Accommodation includes Porch, reception hall, three reception rooms, seven bedrooms, seven bath/shower rooms (six en suite), laundry, garden, large parking area. Presently, the property is run as a successful guest house, forming one large premises of 174 and 176 Newbridge Road . Planning permission has been granted to divide the properties back into two semi-detached residential dwellings which can then be sold separately or as one entire building. 176 will provide a great opportunity to create a family home, with it's extension to the rear and having large, light accommodation across three floors, creates a versatile living accommodation. Throughout the property are numerous retained period features to include open fireplaces with marble surrounds and the generous proportions one would expect. All the bedrooms bar one, have en suite bath/shower rooms due to its present usage. Bedroom seven sits to the side of the property, benefitting from it's own access, creates an opportunity to have a guest wing or income potential/home office. The enclosed mature garden at the rear provides a lovely haven for relaxation, mostly laid to lawn with fences to side and rear. The driveway at the front and the side of the property is laid to tarmac and provides parking for several cars.
Planning: At present the property 174/176 is one building. Planning permission has been sought to return to a residential dwelling and to split the property back to two semidetached properties. The properties are not subject to a listing.
Bath & North East Somerset Council
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