Savills | Eagle House, 71 Northend, Batheaston, Bath, BA1 7EH | Properties for sale
1,755 sq ft(163.04 sq m)
Guide price £695,000

Eagle House71 Northend, Batheaston, Bath, BA1 7EH

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Stylish and beautifully-appointed accommodation
  • Benefit of a private entrance
  • Private garden set behind stone walls
  • Private parking space
  • Covered courtyard/store area

An impressive garden villa within a magnificent Grade II* listed property situated in an idyllic country setting.

About this property

  • Garden Villa is a generous garden villa offering in excess of 1,750 sq ft of stylish and beautifully appointed accommodation arranged over two floors. The property boasts its own private entrance off Northend as well as secondary access off the grand communal entrance hall.

    Garden Villa is self-contained within Eagle House, a magnificent and historically important Grade II* listed Georgian property, recently renovated and redeveloped to a high standard.

    The accommodation comprises of spacious hallways linked by a wide return staircase and practical cloak/shower room. There is an impressive drawing room with tall sash windows with views onto the garden, exposed wooden flooring and period fi replace. The kitchen benefits from a bespoke Hawker Joinery hand-built and painted kitchen complimented by sleek silestone work surfaces and integrated appliances, as well as a feature Everhot stove. There is a spacious living room leading off the kitchen with feature wood burner. There is also a study/bedroom 3. There is a principal bedroom with a feature fi replace and access to a well-appointed Jack and Jill bathroom suite, and a further guest bedroom.

    This generous property is ideally suited to those interested in a quality country home close to Georgian Bath with easy access to the glorious St. Catherine's Valley.

    To the front of the property is a shared driveway where there is parking for one. A private garden lies to the side of the property set behind stone walls topped with ornate railings. A further raised garden area lies to the front of the property, linked via steps and a paved pathway and seating area. There is also access to a private covered storage area leading off the garden.

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The sleek interior design and stylish fittings complemented by the private garden space makes this a truly special property.

Matthew PeglerProperty agent

Local information

  • Eagle House is located in the heart of the sought-after village of Northend, approximately 3 miles east of Bath conveniently located between Batheaston and St. Catherine's Valley.
  • It is also within easy access of the nearby larger village of Batheaston, which offers many local amenities including a newsagents, chemist, dentist surgery, hairdresser as well as a well-regarded primary school.
  • There is a frequent bus service to the centre of the World Heritage City of Bath.
  • Bath city centre has a range of retail outlets including the Southgate shopping centre, many fine restaurants, cafes and bars along with The Theatre Royal, first class sporting facilities and the Thermae Spa.
  • Bristol and London are both easily accessible by mainline train from Bath Spa Station and the M4 motorway is approximately 10 miles to the north.
  • Bath schools include King Edwards, The Paragon, Prior Park, Monkton Combe, The Royal High School and Kingswood.
  • Bath is a World Heritage City famed for its Georgian architecture and Roman origins. It is also renowned for its annual international music festival and all around the city there are excellent leisure and recreational opportunities.
  • There are golf courses at Tracy Park, Lansdown and Orchardleigh, and racecourses at Bath and Salisbury.
  • There is excellent walking and riding country all around, and health spas nearby at Lucknam Park, Babington House, Combe Grove Manor and The Thermae Spa in Bath.

Additional information

  • HISTORY - Eagle House was built in the late 17th early 18th century but later remodelled by one of Bath's master architects, John Wood the Elder (responsible for Queen Square and The Circus) between 1720 to 1730. The house was later associated with his son John Wood the Younger. In the 1880's the house fell under the ownership of Colonel Linley Blathwayt and his wife Mary who, on retiring, wanted a house to indulge their love of nature and horticulture.
  • The Blathwayt name was already well known in the area as the extended family also owned and lived in Dyrham House now in the stewardship of the National Trust. It was during the Blathwayt's ownership that the house really came into its own as a place of importance as it became the resting place for the women's sufferance movement and was visited by Emmeline Pankhurst, Adela Pankhurst and Annie Kenney amongst others. It became a tradition to commemorate those dear to the movement and more than 40 trees were planted in the extensive grounds marking the contribution many women had made to the sufferance movement. Emily Blathwayt took over the home with the passing of her parents but with no children of her own the house was sold on in the 1960's. Sadly the gardens were sold separately for development (now Eagle Park) and all but one of the trees were removed. A single Australian pine remains planted in 1909 by Rose Lamartine Yates. The property was then divided into apartments as were many large Georgian buildings at the time. This beautiful property has now undergone a full refurbishment to create four individually crafted and stylishly appointed properties ready for the next phase of this remarkable buildings existence.
  • Directions: Leave Bath on the A4/London Road. At the roundabout proceed straight over into Batheaston. Take the left turning signposted Northend. Follow the road into Northend continuing past the church. A little further along and just past Steway Lane is Eagle House on your left. Parking is unrestricted along the roadside.
  • EPC Exempt