Moorfields Road, Bath

£305,000
  • Ref: 12061
  • Type: Mid Terraced House
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • 906sqft
  • Three bedrooms
  • 62ft x 22ft level gardens
  • Views to rear
  • Two bathrooms
  • Workshop with conversion potential
  • Double glazing & GCH
  • Open plan kitchen/diner
  • Modern kitchen and bathroom fittings
  • Bus route adjacent

Property Summary

A spacious and light 906sqft family home in the heart of this sought after postwar estate above the Two Tunnels cyclepath. Three bedrooms (two doubles - one of which ensuite - and a decent single), three piece bathroom, large sitting room and a 18ft8 x 8ft8 kitchen/diner. Rear workshop and store with potential for conversion. 62ft x 22ft level rear gardens backing onto communal green space and impeccable presentation. Within sight of the local school, right on the bus route and convenient for the multifarious amenities of Oldfield Park & Bear Flat. Double glazing and GCH in situ. Solid and sensible construction on a well designed estate full of open spaces. Sole Agents

Full Details

AGENTS NOTES A spacious and light 906sqft family home in the heart of this sought after postwar estate above the Two Tunnels cyclepath. Three bedrooms (two doubles - one of which ensuite - and a decent single), three piece bathroom, large sitting room and a 18ft8 x 8ft8 kitchen/diner. Rear workshop and store with potential for conversion. 62ft x 22ft level rear gardens backing onto communal green space and impeccable presentation. Within sight of the local school, right on the bus route and convenient for the multifarious amenities of Oldfield Park & Bear Flat. Double glazing and GCH in situ. Solid and sensible construction on a well designed estate full of open spaces. Sole Agents



The origins of the estate names either side of the old S&D line date back to the original name of the dairy & sheep grazing land prior to building - the Moor Lands - and Moorfields House, built by Dr Ashmoor (later occupied by the Sewells, the family of the famous authoress of 'Black Beauty' and subsequently owned by the Jolly family). Built by local firms like Howell Bros to house displaced Bathonians after the Blitz, the first houses here were finished in 1947 and the last home of the first phase was handed over fifteen months later by Nye Bevan who was Minister of Health at the time.

ENTRANCE HALL Double glazed side lit front door, fuseboard cupboard, stairs to first floor.

SITTING ROOM Double glazed front window, radiator, understairs cupboard.

KITCHEN/DINER Two double glazed rear windows and one double glazed side window, double glazed door to rear lobby, base and wall units with worktops and inset sink/drainer, inset gas hob with hood over and oven under, plumbing for washing machine, fitted dishwasher, dining table area, radiator, Worcester gas combination boiler.

REAR LOBBY Double glazed door to side alley, part glazed door to rear garden, side window.

WORKSHOP & STORE Store cupboard and workshop room with light, power and rear window. Potential for conversion into home office or additional accommodation.

LANDING Loft access, radiator.

BEDROOM 1 Double glazed rear window, radiator, fitted wardrobes.

ENSUITE Tiled shower cubicle with electric shower, handbasin, low level W.C, extractor fan.

BEDROOM 2 Double glazed front window, radiator.

BEDROOM 3 Double glazed front window, radiator, overstairs storage cupboard.

BATHROOM Double glazed rear window, heated towel rail, low level W.C, handbasin, panelled bath with shower over, part tiled walls, extractor fan.

REAR GARDEN 62ft x 22ft min - patio area adjacent to property leading to lawn with flower beds, borders, shrubs and veg plot. Fences to side and rear.

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