Dorset Street, Oldfield Park, Bath
- Two double bedrooms
- Two receptions
- South facing garden
- Double glazing
- GCH with new boiler
- Modern kitchen
- Cul de sac location
- Unusual double fronted corner terrace
- Close to local shops & station
Property SummaryOffering 902sqft of space across two floors, this double fronted corner terrace enjoys a south facing garden, retained features, a recently fitted kitchen and an ideal location close to Moorland Rd or Oldfield station. Two double bedrooms (one with ensuite shower room), two separate receptions, kitchen, lean to, utility and extra ground floor W.C. Enclosed 23ft x 18ft south facing rear garden, double glazing and gas central heating with new boiler. A unique layout compared to other local Victorian terraces but a fine well maintained home owned by the same family since 1940. Sole Agents
AGENTS NOTES Offering 902sqft of space across two floors, this double fronted corner terrace enjoys a south facing garden, retained features, a recently fitted kitchen and an ideal location close to Moorland Rd or Oldfield station. Two double bedrooms (one with ensuite shower room), two separate receptions, kitchen, lean to, utility and extra ground floor W.C. Enclosed 23ft x 18ft south facing rear garden, double glazing and gas central heating with new boiler. A unique layout compared to other local Victorian terraces but a fine well maintained home owned by the same family since 1940. Sole Agents
The property is leasehold - residue 999yr lease from date of build thus 862yrs remaining. The yearly ground rent is fixed at £2.10pa and payable to a local freeholder.
Recent improvements to the house have included a Worcester gas boiler (installed Nov 2018) and a new kitchen (installed Feb 2018).
At the time of build (1880), this property backed onto Crandale Nursery (replaced by Victoria Road & Victoria Terrace) and, at the front Summerlays Place/Cottages/Buildings sat between Dorset St and Denmark Terrace. By 1884, the residents in this section of the street were;
14 - William Kinnersley (engine driver)
15 - James Cox (billiard marker)
16 - Henry Bailey - labourer
17 - Miss Elizabeth Hole (grocer)
18 - Charles Pomeroy (fireman)
Of the 57 residents in the street in the early 1880s, at least 15 were employed on the railways. If like us, you're wondering about No15's owners profession the definition we found was "A Billiard Marker keeps scores made by players and indicates them on a scoring board. In public billiard halls, his duties also entailed things such as allocating tables, cues, chalk, and sometimes refreshment too. He coaches learners, plays with patrons and collects fees for use of the tables."
ENTRANCE HALL Double glazed top lit front door, electric meter & fuseboard, dado rail, cloaks area, radiator, stairs to first floor.
DINING ROOM Double glazed front window, radiator, understairs storage cupboard, original ashlar fireplace surround with tile inset.
SITTING ROOM Double glazed front and rear windows, radiator, tiled fireplace.
KITCHEN Double glazed rear window, double glazed door to lean to, range of base and wall units with worktops and inset sink/drainer, fitted slimline dishwasher, fitted washing machine, fitted microwave, inset gas hob with hood over and oven under. Larder cupboard housing Worcester gas condensing boiler.
UTILITY Double glazed rear window, space for tall fridge/freezer and chest freezer, handbasin.
WC Double glazed rear window, low level W.C, radiator.
LEAN TO Double glazed door and windows to garden.
LANDING Double glazed rear window.
BEDROOM 1 Double glazed front window, radiator, loft access, original cast iron fireplace.
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM Double glazed rear window, low level W.C, extractor fan, tiled shower cubicle, radiator.
BEDROOM 2 Double glazed front window, radiator, original cast iron fireplace, large overstairs storage cupboard.
REAR GARDEN Southeast facing - 23ft x 18ft
Paved areas with interspersed beds and borders. Fences to side and rear, gated rear pedestrian access, tap.
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