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A detached stone-built South facing house of charm and character with well-presented accommodation principally over one floor. Originally a milking parlour dating back to about 1847, the house has been well converted to provide spacious, light and bright accommodation and stands in large level gardens within the Green Belt and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The property benefits from a large detached garage and spacious driveway offering the potential to convert into a self contained annexe or studio subject to the relevant consents.
The Skillings has wonderful gardens, mostly to the rear, facing about South and approximately 140’ x 78’ in size. They are mainly laid to a level lawn with various shrubs, bushes, flower borders and a selection of mature walnut, plum and apple trees. Further garden areas to the side of the house. Detached double garage with extensive boarded loft space over together with driveway parking for additional cars in front.
The house occupies a very convenient and popular location overlooking open countryside just off the Kennett and Avon Canal, ideally placed for walking or cycling along the nearby tow path or historical Two Tunnels cycle path. The various shops and amenities in Bathampton including the famous George pub, doctors surgery, church and the “outstanding” Bathampton primary school are all also nearby.
Leaving the centre of Bath on the Warminster Road (A36), fork left down Bathampton Lane. Pass the playing fields for King Edwards School on your right and then go over the humpbacked bridge. Turn Immediately right (Tyning Road), passing Bathampton School on your left and the canal on your right. The Skillings will be found on your right hand side after about 200 yards.
gas (LPG) fired heating