Coronation Avenue, Bath

£399,500
  • Ref: 12714
  • Type: End Terraced House
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • 873sqft
  • Off street parking
  • Long rear garden
  • Further expansion potential
  • End terraced
  • Two bedrooms
  • Two open plan receptions
  • Modern kitchen
  • Four piece bathroom
  • Retained character

Property Summary

More than a flavour of loft style living inside this exquisitely open plan Edwardian end terrace. Backing onto allotments, enjoying a lengthy rear garden and a generous driveway, this spacious 873sqft two bedroom home flows beautifully from an entirely open ground floor up to a more private upper level. Two reception spaces and a copper accented fitted kitchen downstairs. First floor houses two double bedrooms and a gloriously decadent four piece rear bathroom. 60ft x 15ft rear garden with large shed/workshop and a 31ft x 14ft driveway. Retained character showcased throughout. Sole Agents. EPC rating= F

Full Details

AGENTS NOTES More than a flavour of loft style living inside this exquisitely open plan Edwardian end terrace. Backing onto allotments, enjoying a lengthy rear garden and a generous driveway, this spacious 873sqft two bedroom home flows beautifully from an entirely open ground floor up to a more private upper level. Two reception spaces and a copper accented fitted kitchen downstairs. First floor houses two double bedrooms and a gloriously decadent four piece rear bathroom. 60ft x 15ft rear garden with large shed/workshop and a 31ft x 14ft driveway. Retained character showcased throughout. Sole Agents

The first occupier of this property was listed in 1905 as Alfred T Doyle, who lived at the property until at least the early 1920s. His profession was noted as Inspector for the P.C.A. He was joined at the property by the next resident, Henry Hiscott, around 1916. Mr Hiscott was a man of many professions - originally a baker & grocer from Angel Place on the Wells Road but later becoming a maltster and contractor. He initially moved to No39 Coronation Avenue in 1905 and then occupied this property. By the late 1920's, Mr Hiscott was running a furniture dealership and secondhand store from the house.

HALL Double glazed front door, cloaks area, tiled floor, part glazed internal door.

SITTING ROOM Meters & fuseboard, two double glazed front windows, electric radiator, brick & ashlar fireplace, painted floorboards, exposed brick wall.

DINING ROOM Double glazed rear window, stairs to first floor with alcove storage under, electric radiator, brick & ashlar fireplace, painted floorboards, exposed brick wall.

KITCHEN Double glazed rear and side windows, double glazed door to rear gardens, base and wall units with worktops and inset sink, cooker point with hood over, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for tall fridge/freezer.

LANDING Loft access, painted floorboards.

BEDROOM 1 Two double glazed front windows, painted floorboards, alcove hanging rails, electric radiator, brick & ashlar fireplace, exposed brick wall.

BEDROOM 2 Double glazed rear window, electric radiator, painted floorboards, brick & ashlar fireplace.

BATHROOM Double glazed rear window, heated towel rail, freestanding bath with mixer/spray tap, handbasin, low level W.C, double shower cubicle, part tiled walls, painted floorboards, extractor fan.

REAR GARDENS 60ft x 15ft patio and paved side return adjacent to property with gated side access. Lawned and gravelled terraces with hedges and fences to sides.
12ft x 9ft timber shed to rear with windows and French doors - currently a home gym but could be a useful office or workshop.

REAR PARKING AREA 31ft x 14ft gravelled parking area adjacent to rear access lane. Hedges to sides.

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