Nestled conveniently in the heart of ‘Scotch Corner’, this beautiful home is a well presented two up two down Victorian mid terrace. The property, which is within not only a level walk of the centre but also just around the corner for Moorland Road shops & Oldfield Park train station, comprises of: Entrance hallway, sitting room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom on the ground floor. First floor houses two generous double bedrooms. To the rear there is a west facing enclosed patio garden whilst the property also benefits from gas central heating and double glazing. Cul de sac location with a park 40yds to the north.
First appearing in the Bath Directories in 1892-3 as the residence of John Lassman (a musician with bootmaker and hairdresser neighbours at 51 and 53 respectively), the house lay vacant between 1894 and 1897 before occupation by a printer called Henry Self, a presser by the name of Henry Phillips (1904) and Edwin Ball ( a sawyer) in 1913. Mr Ball moved to No13 Dorset St in 1915.
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