The property is constructed of a steel portal frame with dark green steel cladding. The front elevation has been overclad with timber. There is a mix of powder coated aluminium pedestrian doors and a manual roller shutter door on the main frontage, with areas of external storage to front with side canopy.
Internally there is a mezzanine running the full length with sections on each shorter side of the building (in a U
shape). The ground floor under the mezzanine has been compartmentalised into a number of individual rooms which we understand were each let out separately to a variety of businesses. The first floor is broadly open plan with a guard rail running the full length.
The bungalow is built in c. 1980's and is in need of modernisation. Upon entry, the property opens into a reception area which the rooms all lead from. The property comprises x3 double bedrooms, a bathroom, cloakroom, kitchen and living room.
Immediately outside the house is a large building known as the Tractor Barn. The building is of steel portal frame construction with corrugated cladding on all sides, and concrete roof and a manual roller shutter door to the front. The building has an eaves height of 4.9 metres and a ridge height of of 6m.
There is an area of hard standing to the far East of the site adjacent to the A4. This area extends to 8,897 sq ft
and has previously had containers stored and rented on site. The site presents an opportunity for redevelopment, subject to planning . There are caravans on the scrub land beyond.
There is c. 5.5 acres of orchard and meadow land, from which cider was manufactured and retailed from the main barn.
The affluent Roman city of Bath is located approximately 186 km (116 miles) west of Central London, 80 km (50 miles) east of Cardiff and 23 km (14 miles) south east of Bristol.
The City benefits from excellent road communications and is served by the A4, A36 and A46, with junction 18 of the M4 Motorway approximately 13 km (8 miles) to the north of the City. The A4 runs west to Bristol (and the M5 beyond) and east to Chippenham, whilst the A36 connects Bath to Trowbridge and the south.
Bath Spa railway station is on the national railway network with a fastest direct journey time to London Paddington of 1 hour 25 minutes. Bristol International Airport is approximately 29 km (18 miles) to the west.
Bath was awarded World Heritage Site Status by UNESCO in 1987 in recognition of its Roman and Georgian architecture, which includes the world famous Roman Baths and Royal Crescent, and attracts 4.4 million visitors per year. The City is also a popular commercial centre attracting a wide range of businesses as well as being a renowned retailing destination. The retail offering has been significantly improved by the addition of the Southgate shopping centre in 2010.
The property lies on the outskirts of Bathford village, with Bath city centre c. 3.9 miles West, along the A4 bypass and to the East Chippenham is 10.5 miles and the M4 Junction 18 c. 9.4 miles to the north.
The site is set back from the A4 but with good prominence to the roadside. The site benefits from high vehicular traffic and close proximity to Bath City.
The property benefits from the following Net Internal Floor Areas:-
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