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Brougham Hayes, Oldfield Park, Bath

£330,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 11865
  • Type: Mid Terraced House
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • Three receptions
  • Two bedrooms
  • West facing level garden
  • Off street parking
  • No chain
  • Retained character
  • Convenient for city and train station access
  • Double glazing & GCH
  • Local shops close by
  • Bus route adjacent

Property Summary

Significantly extended to the rear, a gloriously sunny 70ft+ level rear garden and a two vehicle rear hardstanding - this 1830s built two storey beauty has charm and character in spades. Superbly convenient location for city access, train commuting and Moorland Road shopping alike. Two double bedrooms, three receptions, long kitchen and white three piece bathroom. Absolutely ready to move into and offered with no chain. External amenities include a covered rear terrace leading to a 70ft x 15ft mature level garden and the rear parking area. Double glazing and GCH in situ. Sole Agents

Full Details

ENTRANCE LOBBY AND HALL Double glazed top lit front door, cloaks area, part glazed top lit internal door, stairs to first floor.

SITTING ROOM Two double glazed front sash windows, radiator, open fireplace with tiled hearth, exposed floorboards.

DINING ROOM Radiator, understairs storage cupboard, open fireplace with tiled hearth, archways to kitchen and breakfast room.

BREAKFAST ROOM Radiator, archway to kitchen.

BATHROOM Double glazed rear window, heated towel rail, low level W.C, pedestal basin, panelled bath with electric shower over, extractor fan, tiled floor, part tiled walls.

KITCHEN Skylight, double glazed French doors to rear covered terrace and garden, tiled floor, radiator, base and wall units with inset sink/drainer, inset gas hob with oven under and hood over, space for tall fridge/freezer, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for tumble dryer.

LANDING Doors to bedrooms.

BEDROOM 1 Double glazed front sash window, radiator, open fireplace.

BEDROOM 2 Double glazed rear window, radiator, original fireplace with cast iron basket inset, loft access, overstairs wardrobe alcove and storage cupboard.

COVERED TERRACE Glazed roof, walls to sides, decking, external power points, light and tap.

REAR GARDENS 70ft x 15ft approx - west facing

Patio and lawned areas with flower and shrub borders. Mature sliver birch tree. Fences and walls to side and rear. Shed, external power points and light. Gated rear access to parking area.

PARKING AREA 14ft10 x 18ft max - hardstanding for two vehicles with access to rear lane. Walls to sides.

AGENTS NOTES Significantly extended to the rear, a gloriously sunny 70ft+ level rear garden and a two vehicle rear hardstanding - this 1830s built two storey beauty has charm and character in spades. Superbly convenient location for city access, train commuting and Moorland Road shopping alike. Two double bedrooms, three receptions, long kitchen and white three piece bathroom. Absolutely ready to move into and offered with no chain. External amenities include a covered rear terrace leading to a 70ft x 15ft mature level garden and the rear parking area. Double glazing and GCH in situ. Sole Agents



Prior to the construction of the majority of the Oldfield Park suburb, Brougham Hayes was a cul de sac ending in the grounds of Crandale Nursery (next to the Somerset Certified Industrial Home for Boys - now Hayesfield Lower School). On 1882 Bath maps, the terrace was divided into two addresses - Twerton Hayes Buildings (south end) and Brougham Hayes Buildings (north end). Lorne Road (then called Lorne Terrace) ran behind with its own entrance onto the Lower Bristol Road, with Brougham Hayes Cottages and Brougham Hayes Terrace at the northern end of that street.

The buildings on Brougham Hayes were first occupied in the early 1830s and this property was No20 Twerton Hayes Bldgs. Over the next century, the residents of this property included;



1846 - William Collins

1884 - Charles Newman

1895 - George A. Tucker (iron moulder)

1902 - Wyndham Davis (insurance agent)

1911 - Mrs Rosenberg (greengrocer)

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