Inverness Rd – family home or investment?

Inverness Road

An exquisite four bedroom two reception end of cul de sac family home in a superbly convenient spot next to the Linear Park. Convenient for Moorland Rd shops, local train station and Lower Bristol Rd access alike. This immaculately presented mid terrace has a showstopping extended kitchen, bay windowed sitting room, dining room, a level 64ft rear garden and a first floor that stretches over the side arch and comprises of four bedrooms and a family bathroom. Double glazing, gas central heating, a total of 968sqft of internal accommodation and the owner has already found a no chain property to buy. Sole Agents.

Inverness Rd

Investor note – The property is currently outside the high density HMO zone designated by BANES therefore, subject to planning permission for change of use, may be able to be converted to HMO accommodation.

Inverness Road

Inverness Rd was built between 1892 and 1894, with the first occupants listed from 1894 onwards (Nos1 through 12 occupied barring No7 – vacant). As was common in Oldfield Park at the time, the builder (Walter W Bailey) lived at No1. The road is variously called Inverness Rd or Inverness Terrace throughout 1895 – 1900.
It is likely that No4 was a police house or district station as the property is listed as occupied by a number of police sergeants from 1894 until 1913.
This property first appears in street directories in 1930, as the residence of Joseph Leonard Marquiss (sorting clerk), with neighbours Stanley Bull (tailor) and P.G Carey

rear garden


Inverness Road floorplan