Davies & Way

Tel: 01225 400400

Email: saltford@daviesandway.com

489 Bath Road,Saltford
BS31 3BA

North Road, Timsbury, Bath

Guide price £280,000 Sold (STC)

3 Bedroom House

  • Character property
  • Upside down layout
  • Three Bedrooms
  • En-suite to main bedroom and a Bathroom
  • Open plan Kitchen/dining/living area
  • Exposed wooden beams
  • Mezzanine office
  • Central village location
  • No onward chain

St. Johns House, a former ambulance building that has been transformed into a very trendy and quirky loft style residence. An upside down property if you will , with the bedrooms on the ground floor and main living space upstairs.
You will see exposed beams and stone walls, combined with a modern finish and high quality fittings. The property is very attractive and in turn key condition. Suiting a variety of buyers we feel.
You enter via the large double doors of the entrance hall, with plenty of space to remove shoes, coat's and so on, be sure to check the pretty tiled flooring. Then through the second set of double doors leading into the hallway, you have the stairs to you left and the three double bedrooms and bathroom to the front.
The bathroom has a great finish with a new three piece suite with lots of chrome giving an aged feel, nodding back to Victorian style. The main bedroom is bathed in light with its large window, a sumptuous finish and a crisp en-suite shower room.
Bedroom two is dressed in white and also full of light. Bedroom three has a high level window making it more cosy and space for a desk/wardrobe.
Climbing the stairs to the first floor you will see the exposed stone wall running the length of the room, next the exposed beams and handing lights, whilst the light floods in from three angles. A huge open space you can section up with furniture. The kitchen is in the corner with dark wooden work tops and black cabinets matching the beams pulling it together with an industrial feel.
There is a spiral staircase added that leads to a mezzanine level set up as office space and gives views to the rear.

Overall its a unique home that could suit downsizers, investors to rent out and first time buyers, looking for a place that will fit their needs straight away.



2.58m x 1.97m (8'5" x 6'5" )Single obscure glazed double doors leading into, a obscure double glazed window to the side aspect, a wall mounted Ideal boiler, fuse box consumer unit and tiled flooring.


Single glazed French doors into from the entrance hall, stairs to the first floor, radiator and laminate flooring.


2.37m x 1.51m (7'9" x 4'11" )An extractor fan, partially tiled walls, heated chrome towel radiator, high level WC, panel bath with glass shower screen and mixer shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, storage cupboard and laminate flooring.


3.90m max x 3.83m (12'9" max x 12'6" )A double glazed window to the rear aspect, radiator and television point.


2.70m x 0.88m (8'10" x 2'10")Extractor fan, shower cubicle with a glass door, and mixer shower over, vanity unit and wash hand basin, low level WC, heated chrome towel radiator, partially tiled walls and vinyl flooring.


3.74m x 2.54m (12'3" x 8'3" )A double glazed window to the rear aspect, radiator and television point.


3.53m max x 2.82m max (11'6" max x 9'3" max)Secondary glazed window to the front aspect, radiator and television point.



7.31m max x 6.54m max (23'11" max x 21'5" max)Two secondary glazed windows to the front aspect with two double glazed skylights above to the front aspect, a secondary glazed window to the rear aspect, exposed beams, exposed stone wall, spiral staircase leading to the mezzanine, two radiators, television and telephone point. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units with wooden work surfaces, including a breakfast bar area. ceramic sink/drainer unit with mixer taps, space for a fridge/freezer, washing machine and a range style cooker with an extractor hood over, partial tiling and laminate flooring.


4.95m x 2.23m at floorl evel (16'2" x 7'3" at flooA double glazed skylight window to the rear aspect, storage cupboard and laminate flooring.


According to the Valuation Office Agency website, cti.voa.gov.uk the present Council Tax Band for the property is C. Please note that change of ownership is a ‘relevant transaction’ that can lead to the review of the existing council tax banding assessment.



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