Livingstone Road, Oldfield Park, Bath

£375,000
  • Ref: 11549
  • Type: Mid Terraced House
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • Three storeys
  • Three double bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms
  • Beautifully finished
  • South facing garden
  • Just off Moorland Road
  • Double glazing & GCH
  • First floor bathroom
  • Retained features
  • No chain

Property Summary

An utterly charming three double bedroom bay fronted Victorian home,within sight of Moorland Road shops in the heart of Oldfield Park. An abundance of accommodation set over three floors with plenty of retained features and a secluded south facing garden. 1023sqft of space inside including; two reception rooms & characterful kitchen, beautiful first floor bathroom with roll top freestanding bath & separate shower, two first floor bedrooms & a further double bedroom in the loft. To the rear there is an enclosed level child friendly garden. Mods cons such as gas central heating & double glazing make this a must view if you are searching for a Victorian home with a carefully balanced blend of character and modern convenience. Sole Agents

Full Details

SUMMARY An utterly charming three double bedroom bay fronted Victorian home,within sight of Moorland Road shops in the heart of Oldfield Park. An abundance of accommodation set over three floors with plenty of retained features and a secluded south facing garden. 1023sqft of space inside including; two reception rooms & characterful kitchen, beautiful first floor bathroom with roll top freestanding bath & separate shower, two first floor bedrooms & a further double bedroom in the loft. To the rear there is an enclosed level child friendly garden. Mods cons such as gas central heating & double glazing make this a must view if you are searching for a Victorian home with a carefully balanced blend of character and modern convenience. Sole Agents



The name of this Oldfield road and of its next door neighbour celebrate two of the most popular national heroes of the late 19th century in Victorian Britain, African explorers Dr David Livingstone and Sir Henry Morton Stanley. Five years after construction in 1890, the occupiers of this section of the road were listed as;

5 William Rapsey - policeman

6 James Stamp - carpenter

7 Charles Betteridge - porter

8 Albert Salter - mail porter

9 Theophilus Palmer - bootmaker

ENTRANCE HALL With wooden part glazed door leading in. Inset floor mat, stripped wooden flooring, radiator, coving, stairs to the first floor, door into the downstairs living accommodation.

SITTING ROOM Double glazed bay window to the front, cornicing, wooden flooring, radiator, TV point, inset shelving. Open plan to dining room.

DINING ROOM Double glazed window to the rear, built in alcove seating, stripped wooden flooring, storage and shelving area under the stairs, radiator and opening into kitchen.

KITCHEN An intriguing room with some striking features. The left wall is exposed painted brick whilst on the right hand wall there is some exposed lath behind the plaster. These features have been worked into a sympathetically styled farmhouse kitchen with oak block work top and a range of matching wall and base units. Down lit wall units. Tiled flooring, space and plumbing for electric cooker, fridge, freezer and washing machine. Inset ceramic 1.5 bowl sink unit with swan neck tap. Double glazed window to the rear, radiator, shelving and door to the rear.

LANDING With stairs continuing up to the loft conversion and doors into rooms.

BATHROOM A beautiful bathroom suite, well thought through and carried out with practicality and design in mind. Walk in shower with glass screen and metro tiled cubicle. Free standing claw foot roll top bath with mixer tap. Stripped and painted flooring, concealed low level WC and vanity unit. Double glazed window to the rear, radiator and airing cupboard.

BEDROOM 1 Stripped wooden floor, two double glazed windows to the front, inset cast iron fireplace with hearth and mantle over. Radiator.

BEDROOM 3 Inset cast iron fireplace with mantle over. Built in wardrobe and radiator.

BEDROOM 2 Situated in the loft and providing a great space currently set with a double bed and desk/office area - the room is light and spacious. Velux windows to the front and rear, eaves storage, radiator and white wooden flooring.

GARDEN South facing with fences to side and wall to rear. Lawn, mature trees and shrubs, beds and borders.

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