Reference 27904
Address Lark Mews House, Upper Lambridge Street, Larkhall, Bath, Somerset
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Beds 3
Baths 2
Type Semi-Detached house
Tenure Share of Freehold

Unusual light filled southerly facing Georgian stone house in charming Larkhall. Completely renovated to create a comfortable contemporary home which retains all original stone etc


Lark Mews House has been lovingly updated by an artist to provide a clean lined and restful home which preserves all the character and beauty of the original approx 1850's Bath stone structure. The house has a spacious open plan living, dining and kitchen area, a downstairs bathroom with double shower and semi sunken bath, a further room which can be used as a third double bedroom, study or extra living room and two double bedrooms upstairs, one with an ensuite wetroom with lavatory, shower and washbasin and the other with an ensuite shower and washbasin. Underfloor heating throughout, a Vaillant Ecotec boiler providing constant hot water, double glazing to all new windows, and a recently completely renovated, well insulated roof have all helped to achieve an unusually good E.P.C. rating { C }, especially for an older property. The house has a share of the Freehold and a 999 year lease. The council tax Band is C and there is free on street parking.

The house is located in the center of Larkhall village, which is a part of Bath World Heritage Site and is in a Conservation Area. Larkhall is exceptionally well supplied with local amenities. There is a beautiful community center with a library and various courses and classes. Other amenities include the Rondo Theatre, a very well stocked hardware shop, a post office/newsagent, supermarket, greengrocers supplying fresh, locally grown vegetables and flowers picked daily in a nearby valley, a chemist, pet shop, 2 cafe/delis, 3 takeaways, a wine bar/restaurant, charity shop, dental surgery, 2 garages, a hairdressers, printmakers workshop, specialist train lovers shop, a betting shop and 2 pubs. Larkhall has well regarded schools, dental surgeries and a vetinary surgery etc. Open spaces are provided by nearby Alice Park.

The sophisticated cultural life and shopping of central Bath can be reached by an approx 1 mile level walk/cycle or by the slightly longer route through a nature reserve, and up on to the Kennet and Avon canal towpath which goes directly to Sydney Gardens, the Holburn Museum and Gt Poultney St. etc. { A stunning 8 mile walk/cycle in the other direction takes you to Bradford on Avon etc.} Two single decker buses run a frequent daily service to and from Larkhall and central Bath. The M4 motorway is approx 10 minutes drive away and trains from Bath Spa Station go to London, Bristol, Cardiff and Portsmouth etc. A frequent bus service from central Bath goes to Bristol International Airport.

As most of Bath is encircled by land in National Trust ownership, spectacular countryside is visible and accessible from much of Bath and Larkhall.


  • South facing,
  • 1850's Georgian stone
  • underfloor heating
  • outlook over gardens
  • recently completely refurbished
  • covered patio
  • Good EPC rating
  • triple aspect open plan living area
  • center of conservation area village

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