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Maybrick Road, Oldfield Park, Bath

£275,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 11883
  • Type: Mid Terraced House
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • 902sqft
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Two open plan receptions
  • No chain
  • 32ft x 14ft rear gardens
  • Unrestricted on street parking
  • Significant upgrading required
  • Double glazing
  • First floor bathroom
  • 200yds to Moorland Rd shops

Property Summary

A superb location just around the corner from Moorland Rd shops for this 902sqft two storey no chain late Victorian home. Now requiring significant upgrading to bring back to top potential, this is a perfect project for residential buyers to get their foot on the ladder in an ideal central Oldfield street. Two double bedrooms and first floor bathroom. Two open plan receptions, kitchen and utility/lean to. Southeast facing 32ft x 14ft level rear garden, open front aspect looking down South Av and unrestricted on road parking. Sole Agents

Full Details

AGENTS NOTES A superb location just around the corner from Moorland Rd shops for this 902sqft two storey no chain late Victorian home. Now requiring significant upgrading to bring back to top potential, this is a perfect project for residential buyers to get their foot on the ladder in an ideal central Oldfield street. Two double bedrooms and first floor bathroom. Two open plan receptions, kitchen and utility/lean to. Southeast facing 32ft x 14ft level rear garden, open front aspect looking down South Av and unrestricted on road parking. Sole Agents



This Oldfield Park road name derives from one of the largest landowners in the area at the time of build - Thomas Hughes Delabere May - and his business. Mr May was the owner of the Victoria Brick and Tile Co in Dartmouth Avenue (est 1887). Beyond Maybrick and Mayfield Roads celebrating the family and the local brickfields, there are two further local Oldfield streets named after the Mays - Claude and Cynthia, after Thomas and Mary's first two children.



Local residents in this section of the road in 1895 included;

17 - Charles Young (stoker)

18 - James Darby (foreman)

19 - George Holloway (stoker)

20 - Samuel J Miller (joiner)

21 - William Smith (detective sergeant)



ENTRANCE HALL Double glazed front door, meter cupboard, radiator, stairs to first floor.

SITTING ROOM Double glazed front bay window, radiator, fireplace with inset gas fire, archway to dining room.

DINING ROOM Double glazed rear window, understairs cupboard, radiator.

KITCHEN Double glazed rear and side windows, base and wall units with worktops and inset sink/drainer, inset gas hob with hood over, fitted oven, wall mounted gas boiler.

LEAN TO Double glazed side lit door to garden, base units and shelving, plumbing for washing machine.

LANDING Loft access.

BEDROOM 1 Two double glazed front windows, radiator.

BEDROOM 2 Double glazed rear window, radiator.

BATHROOM Double glazed rear window, radiator, heated towel rail, panelled bath, low level W.C, pedestal basin, tiled shower cubicle, gas water heater.

REAR GARDEN 32ft x 14ft - southeast facing

Primarily paved with raised flower/shrub bed and shed. Fences to side and rear.

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