Landseer Road, Bath

£300,000 Offers In Excess Of
  • Ref: 12118
  • Type: End Terraced House
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • 816sqft
  • South facing garden
  • Cabin/home office
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Double glazing & GCH
  • Col de sac location
  • 100yds to High St shops
  • Conservatory
  • Retained character
  • Open plan kitchen/diner

Property Summary

Chain free, 816sqft of exquisitely styled accommodation, a beautiful south facing garden with a large cabin perfect for home working, plenty of retained character and a tucked away cul de sac location just moments from local High St shops, Bath City farm & woodland walks. A late Edwardian end terraced home with cosy front sitting room, recently renovated dual aspect full width kitchen/diner with woodburner, conservatory, stunning three piece first floor bathroom and two proper double bedrooms with built in storage. Double glazing & GCH. Sole Agents

Full Details

AGENTS NOTES 816sqft of exquisitely styled accommodation, a beautiful south facing garden with a large cabin perfect for home working, plenty of retained character and a tucked away cul de sac location just moments from local High St shops, Bath City farm & woodland walks. A late Edwardian end terraced home with cosy front sitting room, recently renovated dual aspect full width kitchen/diner with woodburner, conservatory, stunning three piece first floor bathroom and two proper double bedrooms with built in storage. Double glazing & GCH. Sole Agents



Although Twerton (or Twiverton as it is alternatively termed by the Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales in 1870-72)) is best known for its woollen/weaving trades, this part of Bath has also seen vineyards (around 1743 at "Mr Cawleys vineyard") and coal mining (Pennyquick Colliery in Newton Rd from 1833 - 1874). Fancy goods, writing paper, dressed leather and brass products were also all made at mills in the village from the early 1700s onwards. A favourite recreation for visitors to Bath like Jane Austen (who took a 'very pleasant' walk to Twerton in April 1805) was to take an airing along the riverside meadows to "view the curious machinery in operation at the mills".

Landseer and Highland Roads were an early 20th century addition to Twerton streets and built on the site of an orchard (hence Orchard Terrace next door), with 20 of the homes in this road occupied by 1911. The remainder of the southern terrace was added later, with brick rear elevations the earlier houses do not share.



ENTRANCE HALL Double glazed front door, cloaks area, radiator, meter/fuseboard cupboard, understairs study space.

SITTING ROOM Double glazed front window, radiator, picture rail, oak mantel.

KITCHEN/DINER Double glazed rear and side windows, part glazed door to conservatory, dining table area, fireplace with oak mantel and inset woodburner, new base and wall units with inset porcelain sink/drainer, wooden worktops, inset gas hob with hood over and oven under, space for tall fridge/freezer, fitted dishwasher.

CONSERVATORY Double glazed side and rear windows, double glazed French doors to garden, utility cupboards with plumbing for washing machine/sink unit and Ideal gas combination boiler.

LANDING Loft access with pull down ladder.

BEDROOM 1 Double glazed front and side windows, radiator, built in alcove wardrboe, picture rail, assortment of overstairs bespoke cupboards & storage shelving.

BEDROOM 2 Double glazed rear window, picture rail, radiator, built in alcove wardrobe & shelving.

BATHROOM Double glazed rear window. Recently renovated with rolltop & chrome clawfoot bath with rainfall shower over, tiled floor, part tiled walls, handbasin set into bespoke wooden top, low level W.C, heated towel rail.

REAR GARDENS 39ft x 14ft max - south facing

Tap, outside power point, patio, lawn, flower beds and borders. Gated side access, fences to side and rear.

OUTBUILDING 16ft x 10ft internal measurements - windows and French doors. Power fitted on extension from house. Perfect as a home office.

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