Serenity is a recently built detached family home of exceptional quality and design. More than 4,000sqft on two floors only, the property exudes light, space and a true feeling of tranquillity.
All rooms are of a good size and proportion and allow for flexible living on each floor.
The construction, modern in design, is built with traditional dressed and random Bath Stone elevations complemented with full width glazed doors on the ground floor and a full width glass front balcony on the first floor. The whole is covered in a low maintenance Sedum roof with skylights. The beautiful walnut kitchen, hand built in Portugal has been designed to the highest specification to complement the open plan living space. A concealed door leads to an ante kitchen for food prep and pantry storage. The large central island fronts the kitchen area and the natural quartz stone worktop, together with the kitchen cabinetry, make a fabulous statement to this large open plan room.
The same high-quality cabinetry has been used in the bathrooms and the wardrobes in the bedrooms. Each room has concealed wiring to enable the purchaser a flexible use of the space and create a fabulous home for their individual needs and style.
Bath is a renowned Georgian City loved for it’s architecture, education, cultural and leisure pursuits and vibrant lifestyle. All of which are complemented by the many parks and public spaces such as; the riverside park of The Parade Gardens, access to the Kennett and Avon Canal, Henrietta Park and Sydney Gardens, The Royal Victoria Park and hundreds of acres owned by The National Trust.
Serenity is located within the community and Parish of Batheaston village, with local schools, shops and nearby waterfront restaurants and only approximately 3 miles east of the city centre.
The benefits of living in Bath cannot be underestimated. Not only does it boast Olympic - class sporting facilities at Bath University it is also home to Bath Rugby’s premiership ground. Other leisure/sporting facilities include; Cricket, Horse Racing and Golf. The Theatre Royal and Ustinov regularly attract high profile plays bound for the West End with further attractions to include The Literary and Music Festivals, art galleries, museums and stellar shopping. These are complemented by a flourishing café and restaurant scene, including award winning coffee shops and Michelin star establishments.
Serenity is convenient for some of the best schools in the city. On the south of the city via the historic Toll Bridge to King Edwards School, Prior Park and Monkton Combe and to the North; The Royal High and Kingswood Schools.
Bath has easy access to London via the M4 (90 minutes) and train (90 minutes). It is 12 miles from Bristol and an approx. 45-minute drive to Bristol International Airport. Drive a few miles in any direction out of the city to discover protected undulating countryside and idyllic market towns and villages.