From the ground floor entrance hall, the stairs lead up to the open plan living space with stunning views over the city of Bath. The reception/dining area has a wood-burning stove and patio doors leading to a decked balcony. The modern kitchen, with granite work surfaces, has a juliet balcony overlooking the adjacent Beechen Cliff woodland.
From this floor, a glass balustrade staircase leads up to the converted loft providing an office area with spectacular views across the city. A door leads to a further light and airy loft room with access to eaves storage.
On the ground floor, the hall has cupboards for coats and footwear and leads to two of the bedrooms and the walk-in shower/wet room. The staircase leads down to the garden level where there are a further two bedrooms, family bathroom and utility room. The larger of the two bedrooms is currently used as an additional living room and has direct access onto the garden. The bathroom includes a whirlpool bathtub, walk-in shower, underfloor heating, w.c. and wash-hand basin with storage. The utility room has a fitted linen and storage cupboard as well as a single drainer twin bowl inset sink, wall and base units and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble drier.
The rear garden includes a decked garden terrace with a few steps down to a patio area with raised flower borders. Steps at the rear of the garden lead down to a gate that opens onto the start of Calton Walk's footpath. This low maintenance outdoor space is an ideal haven for relaxing at the end of the day.
As well as the integral garage, that houses the boiler and hot water system, there is a parking space directly outside the front of the property. Residents controlled zone permits are available from Bath Council for the parking opposite the property.
Calton Gardens is a sought after cul-de-sac just a short stroll from Bath city centre and Bath Spa train station, and conveniently situated between Widcombe and Bear Flat. The views from the property are truly inspiring with a panoramic vista of the World Heritage City of Bath including Bath Abbey and the Royal Crescent. The location offers the best of both worlds as Alexandra Park is accessible via the woodland paths at the end of Calton Gardens. This wildlife haven is perfect for dog walking and young families, with access from the park to the wider countryside beyond.
Widcombe Parade is within half a mile, and the Bear Flat community is within a quarter of a mile, both providing a wide variety of amenities including post office, pharmacies, delicatessens, pubs and cafes.
Local schooling includes two popular pre-schools and well regarded primary and secondary schools within a mile of the property.