1 Double bedroom with en-suite. With a 5’ king size bed and a small en-suite shower room.
1 Twin bedroom with an en-suite Bathroom. With two 3’ single beds, or a 6’ double, and large en-suite with bath and a shower. Hair dryer provided
Living space. With seating for 4. Looking onto the Kennet and Avon Canal. TV with Netflix. Wi Fi. Azatom home-hub with Bluetooth and phone connection.
Outdoor space. A small south-east facing balcony with an outdoor bench for 2.
Cars. A parking space for 1 car is provided outside property.
Location. Situated along from Widcombe parade of shops with a small supermarket, good local gastro-pubs for lunch and dinner, coffee shops, florist and deli. 10 minute walk to the city centre.
Activities. Hire narrow boats, electric day boats, canoes or bikes from http://www.bath-narrowboats.co.uk/bathbikehirecom Tel 01225 447 276
A unique architect designed property making the most of the great canal-side location, this unusual contemporary house ranges over 4 floors with oak floors, a glass balustrade and sleek stone-tiled kitchen and bathrooms. The large open-plan kitchen, dining and living areas are split over 2 levels and opened to roof height, making the most of the light, space and canal views.
The stylish living area in soothing marine blues and greens has two sofas, each seating 2 along with an armchair. The TV sits on a weathered beach-comber style sideboard containing books and games. A glass apex has a door leading onto a small balcony with a bench for 2 overlooking the canal. From the living room or balcony, you can watch the action at Wash House Lock, transporting leisure barges into side pound (a small reservoir for re-filling) leading to the spectacular Deep Lock, which at nearly 6 metres is the UK’s 2nd deepest lock.
Officially opened in 1990 by the Queen, the Kennet and Avon Canal is a beautiful cruise-way with boats and barges regularly passing and a towpath for cyclists and walkers out enjoying Bath and lovely villages and towns beyond. The 87 mile long route links London with the Bristol Channel and is made up of three historic waterways with lots of wonderful scenery. Hire a barge, an electric day cruiser, canoes or bikes to explore further.
The large bright kitchen diner has a contemporary fitted cream kitchen with pale silestone work surfaces. There is a 4 ring gas hob, a separate grill and oven, a microwave, a small fridge and separate freezer, a small dishwasher and a combined washing machine and dryer. There is a good range of cookware and books for inspiration. A round oak table has 4 wide stools and a sage coffee maker is provided, (requiring ground coffee). An under stairs utility cupboard has further household utility items.
Downstairs is a spacious sage and grey twin room with two high single 3’ beds that zip and link to become a 6’ superking bed, a small chest of drawers and a hanging rail with shelf space for just towels or accessories. The sleek taupe- tiled en-suite has a bath, a large walk-in shower, a hand basin and WC, with plenty of shelf space for toiletries.
Down another flight of steps is a sage and green double bedroom with a modern 4-poster 5’ king size bed, a small chest of drawers and a hanging rail. The en-suite shower room has a small shower, a hand-basin and a WC. Next to the en-suite is the previous front door, now kept locked and with a curtain over to create a cosy and private bedroom space. The actual entrance is at landing level close to the living areas.