Significantly extended to the rear on the ground floor, this superb three double bedroom Victorian central Oldfield Park home is handily placed for Moorland Rd and Orange bus routes alike. Crammed with features, including two gorgeous woodburners and ideal for families or investors. Ground floor comprises of two separate receptions, full width kitchen/breakfast room, rear lobby and a palatial shower room whilst the first floor houses three double bedrooms. South facing enclosed rear garden, double glazing throughout, gas central heating and even loft conversion potential (stp). Unrestricted on road parking. Sole Agents.
From our office, proceed north down Moorland Rd and croos the railway onto Brook Rd. Turn right into Caledonian Rd and the property will be found on the right.
Once called Rose Terrace and now forming part of “Scotch Corner” in Oldfield Park (next door roads are Ayr St, Stuart Place & Highland Terrace), Caledonian Rd is also the site of the old city gaol (opened in 1843 and designed to look like a stately home from the outside as it was, at the time, visible from the Royal Crescent). City records show Caledonian Rd as built in 1892-3, with this house being occupied by William Bartlett – a local mason. By 1894 Mr Bartlett had been replaced by Frederick James Swain (a stoker working for the GWR).
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