Faulkland Road, Oldfield Park, Bath
- Extended kitchen/breakfast room
- West facing garden
- Two double bedrooms
- Further expansion potential
- Hugely popular quiet street
- Close to Moorland Rd amenities & Linear Park walks
- Double glazing & GCH
- Open plan receptions
- First floor bathroom
Property SummaryExtended to 942sqft, this classic Edwardian two storey terrace is perfectly placed between Moorland Road and the Linear Park in this hugely popular broad street with views over to Lansdown. Gloriously open plan reception space on the ground floor, with a stove in pride of place, leading to an extended 17ft6 x 8ft9 kitchen/breakfast room opening onto a secluded west facing rear garden. Two double bedrooms upstairs plus a large rear three piece bathroom. Further upwards expansion potential judging by neighbours efforts. Recently installed double glazing and boiler. Sole Agents
AGENTS NOTES Extended to 942sqft, this classic Edwardian two storey terrace is perfectly placed between Moorland Road and the Linear Park in this hugely popular broad street with views over to Lansdown. Gloriously open plan reception space on the ground floor, with a stove in pride of place, leading to an extended 17ft6 x 8ft9 kitchen/breakfast room opening onto a secluded west facing rear garden. Two double bedrooms upstairs plus a large rear three piece bathroom. Further upwards expansion potential judging by neighbours efforts. Recently installed double glazing and boiler. Sole Agents
Faulkland Road was built from 1902 (and first listed in city directories as "Falkland Road, Durley Park"). However, it was not until 1912 that all of the houses in the road were finished and even then 13 homes were not yet occupied. Occupation records at that time show this property to be the home of Ernest E Coleman (bacon curer) with neighbours John Budd (schoolmaster) and Ernest Grandfield (cutter).
During the early 1900s, the Moorland Brick and Tile Works occupied the site of the old Moorlands Farm, just across the railway line from the top of Faulkland Road (where the Sandpits play park is now) and the Griffin Engineering Works was located on the corner of Monksdale Rd and Beckhampton Rd.
ENTRANCE HALL Double glazed top lit front door, coved ceiling, cloaks area.
SITTING ROOM Double glazed front bay window, radiator, meter/fuseboard cupboard, coved ceiling, ceiling rose, fireplace with inset gas stove, large storage cupboard, archway to dining room.
DINING ROOM Double glazed rear window, radiator, stairs to first floor.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM Double glazed side window, double glazed French doors to rear garden, space for fridge/freezer, plumbing for washing machine, base and wall units with inset sink/drainer, fitted oven, inset gas hob with hood over, breakfast bar, radiator.
LANDING Loft access, overstairs storage cupboard.
BEDROOM 1 Two double glazed front windows, fitted alcove wardrobes with cupboards over, radiator.
BEDROOM 2 Double glazed rear window, radiator.
BATHROOM Double glazed rear window, low level W.C, panelled bath with shower over, handbasin inset into vanity unit, original cast iron fireplace, linen cupboard housing Vaillant gas combination boiler.
REAR GARDEN 31ft x 15ft + side return - west facing
Patio adjacent to property with steps up to shrub and flower beds. Fences and walls to side and rear.
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