Mayfield Road, Bath, BA2 3QA

£340,000 Asking Price Of
Availability: Under Offer
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Property Summary

No chain extended 986sqft late Victorian two storey home with southeast facing garden, two receptions, first floor bathroom and full width kitchen.

Full Details

Extended to the rear with a large full width kitchen/breakfast room and rear porch, this 986sqft currently two storey terrace has been well maintained over many years of family ownership but now has bags of potential to update and expand. A superb road to live on as well - close enough to the shops and bus routes yet quietly tucked away from main transit routes.
Two open plan receptions, ground floor W.C, kitchen/breakfast room and porch on the ground floor. First floor houses two bedrooms and a three piece bathroom. Loft conversion potential judging by the neighbours efforts.
Double glazing and GCH in situ. Offered with no onward chain.
EPC rating TBC
Council tax band C
Tenure Freehold

Small hallway leading into front sitting room with archway through to dining room. W.C under stairs. Rear full width kitchen/breakfast room with porch out into rear garden. First floor houses two double bedrooms and a rear three piece bathroom. Further expansion potential into loft as adjacent neighbour has done.

External Amenities
42ft x 14ft southeast facing rear garden with patio, lawn, flower and shrub beds. Shed and gated rear pedestrian access.
Residents permit parking on street.

Mayfield Road is two streets from Moorland Road shopping and next to Cynthia Road bus routes. The Linear Park is 750yds to the southwest via Claude Avenue. The city centre (Guildhall) is 1.3miles to the northeast. Commuters further afield will be pleased to note the proximity of Oldfield Park station.

Agents Notes
First occupied in 1895 by Henry Rideout (gardener & French Polisher) then William Amos (engine driver) from 1932. This Oldfield Park road name derives from one of the largest landowners in the area at the time of build - Thomas Hughes Delabere May. 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.

Property location

Enquire about this property or call 01225 829040