Claude Avenue, Oldfield Park, Bath

£375,000
  • Ref: 12034
  • Type: Mid Terraced House
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • 892sqft
  • Two double bedrooms
  • 134ft long rear gardens
  • Garage & hardstanding
  • Character features
  • Double glazing
  • GCH
  • Further expansion into loft?
  • 400yds to Moorland Rd
  • Impeccable presentation

Property Summary

An exquisitely detailed rear extended two storey late Victorian 892sqft two bedroom three reception terrace with a stunning 134ft long rear garden, a garage and hardstanding. Packed with character charm but brought bang up to date with modern conveniences, this home is a top of the range package in a superbly convenient spot just above the Two Tunnels cyclepath. Sitting room, dining room, breakfast room and kitchen on the ground floor. Two classic double bedrooms and three piece bathroom on the first floor. Further expansion potential into loft if neighbours are any judge and the most gloriously lengthy rear gardens ending in a larger than average detached garage (with hardstanding beyond). Double glazing, GCH, woodburner, exposed floorboards and plasterwork - utterly beautiful and thoroughly recommended for inspection by the owners Sole Agents.

Full Details

ENTRANCE HALL Double glazed top lit front door, dado rail, coved ceiling, part decorative glazed internal door, meter/fuseboard cupboard, radiator, stairs to first floor.

SITTING ROOM Two double glazed front windows, radiator, picture rail, coved ceiling, ceiling rose, open fireplace with ashlar hearth.

DINING ROOM Archway to breakfast room, radiator, understairs study alcove, exposed floorboards, picture rail, fireplace with exposed ashlar surround/slate tiled hearth/inset Morso woodburner.

BREAKFAST ROOM Double glazed French doors to gardens, skylight, archway to kitchen, built in storage cupboard, radiator.

KITCHEN Double glazed rear window, wall mounted Vaillant gas combination boiler, range of base and wall units with worktops and inset porcelain sink/drainer, fitted double oven, inset 5 ring gas hob with hood over, plumbing for washing machine, fitted microwave.

LANDING Loft access with pull down ladder, picture rail, dado rail.

BEDROOM 1 Two double glazed front windows, picture rail, radiator, exposed floorboards.

BEDROOM 2 Double glazed rear window, radiator.

BATHROOM Double glazed rear window, P shaped panelled bath with shower over, heated towel rail, handbasin inset into vanity unit, low level W.C, shaver point.

REAR GARDENS 134ft x 11ft min - east facing and divided into three sections



- Lawns adjacent to property with flower and shrub borders.

- Raised beds with gravelled surround. Storage shed.

- Further lawns and mature apple tree.



Hedges and fences to sides. Access to garage at rear of garden.

GARAGE & HARDSTANDING 21ft5 x 9ft internal measurements

Large single garage with up and over door, rear personal door and rear window. Hardstanding to rear and rear access lane leading up past Ascension Church.

AGENTS NOTES An exquisitely detailed rear extended two storey late Victorian 892sqft two bedroom three reception terrace with a stunning 134ft long rear garden, a garage and hardstanding. Packed with character charm but brought bang up to date with modern conveniences, this home is a top of the range package in a superbly convenient spot just above the Two Tunnels cyclepath. Sitting room, dining room, breakfast room and kitchen on the ground floor. Two classic double bedrooms and three piece bathroom on the first floor. Further expansion potential into loft if neighbours are any judge and the most gloriously lengthy rear gardens ending in a larger than average detached garage (with hardstanding beyond). Double glazing, GCH, woodburner, exposed floorboards and plasterwork - utterly beautiful and thoroughly recommended for inspection by the owners Sole Agents.



Oldfield Junior School, at the junction of Claude/Lymore/Coronation Avenues, was originally Ascension School and opened in 1893 but it was not until 1897 that Claude Avenue itself appears in local street directories. Houses on the road built and occupied that year were numbered 1 through 34 and 61 - 62, plus Claude House itself (the home of butter merchant William H Chapman). The builders, George & John Hallett, lived at 61 & 62. In 1902, the list of occupations of homeowners on the road make for an interesting snapshot into life in Oldfield Park - fourteen houses were occupied by GWR workers and there were twelve owners in the building industry (including five masons & three carpenters). Other professions included shoemakers, cabinet makers, foundrymen and clerks.

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