Hillcrest Drive, Bath, BA2 1HE

£375,000 Asking Price Of
Availability: Under Offer
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Property Summary

924sqft three bedroom family semi with garage, driveway, rear conservatory, landscaped gardens and super city views

Full Details

Quietly situated on the east side of this tucked away estate, enjoying superb city views to the rear and benefiting from plenty of parking - this 924sqft home has been extended to the rear with a superb conservatory and is absolutely ready to move into with excellent presentation.

Family friendly 36ft x 16ft min enclosed rear gardens plus a long driveway to the side leading to a single garage.

Double glazing & GCH in situ. Local shop and bus routes 200yds away on Southdown Road. Sole Agents

EPC rating C
Council tax band D
Tenure Freehold

Accommodation
Ground floor hall, sitting room open plan to dining room, kitchen and rear conservatory. First floor houses three bedrooms and family bathroom.

External Amenities
Rear garden - 36ft x 16ft widening to 24ft. East facing. Lawn, patio and pebbled borders. Fences and walls to side and rear. Gated side access to driveway/garage.

Single garage and three car driveway to south side of property.

Location
Tucked away in this quiet estate between Ivy Avenue and Southdown Rd, with Southdown Post Office and bus route just around the corner. Close to Hillcrest Park. 0.8miles to Moorland Road shops and Oldfield Park train station. 1.9miles from the city centre (Guildhall).

Agents Notes
Hillcrest Drive was constructed in the early 1970s on land once belonging to Sladebrook Farm. However, from the beginning of the 20th century, this part of the southern slopes of Bath was best known for a concentration of flower nurseries (the biggest of which was Blackmore & Langdon at Twerton Hill Nursery) including one run in 1911 by Matthew Coombe at the northern end of what is now Hillcrest Drive.

Property location

Enquire about this property or call 01225 829040