One of the most beautifully created and crafted houses on the market at present, situated immediately adjacent to Moorland Road. We defy you not to be impressed with the attention to detail this property offers – hand built dressers and shelving, reinstated original features and a bespoke kitchen with innovative breakfast area. All in all you will find two reception rooms and kitchen/breakfast room on the ground floor, with bathroom, shower room and three bedrooms on the first floor. Sash double glazed windows, gas central heating. Ideal for investors or residential buyers. Vendor suited and keen to move forward.
From our office in Shaftesbury Road, proceed down Moorland Road where Crandale Road will be the second turning on your right. The property will be found a short way down on your right hand side.
City records show Nos 1 through 21 built in Crandale Road by 1892-3, with this property occupied by George Lynham (engine driver for the GWR railway), although both neighbours were still vacant. Mr Lynham was replaced in 1894 by John W Hunt (agent). As with many other roads in the Oldfield Park area at the time, Crandale Rd was a favourite location for railway workers, with 10 houses out of 33 occupied by GWR staff (4 engine drivers, 2 stokers, 2 guards and an engine fitter).
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