Mount Road, Southdown, Bath, BA2 1LL

£435,000 Guide Price
Availability: Under Offer
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Property Summary

Substantially extended 1288sqft four double bedroom family semi with south facing gardens, double garage & driveway.

Full Details

South facing gardens, three storeys and 1288sqft of accommodation, plenty of parking front and rear and beautifully presented throughout - this substantially extended 1950s family semi offers a great deal of bang for your buck. Perfectly designed with a large open plan kitchen/dining room opening onto the rear garden, bayed front sitting room, four double bedrooms, office, bathroom and extra W.C.
46ft x 23ft south facing rear garden leading to a 21ft x 15ft double garage onto the rear lane. Front two car driveway.
Handy for the shops opposite or buses on Mount Rd/Sladebrook Rd. Bath City Farm and Englishcombe valley walks close by.
EPC rating C
Council tax band D
Tenure Freehold

Substantially extended over three storeys. Ground floor hall, bay fronted sitting room, open plan kitchen/dining room with woodburner, additional side extension office, rear utility and W.C. First floor houses three bedrooms and family bathroom. Second floor loft conversion double bedroom.

External Amenities
Rear garden - 46ft x 23ft min - southwest facing. Patio adjacent to property with raised beds. Steps to lawn and paved rear patio adjacent to garage. Rear gated access. Exterior light and power. Fences and walls to side and rear.
Double garage - 21ft x 15ft internal measurements. Electric rear roller door, light and power, double glazed side and rear windows, double glazed door to garden.
Front garden & driveway - gravelled off street parking for two vehicles.

Local shops and bus routes opposite on Mount Rd and Sladebrook Rd. Englishcombe Valley walks and open countryside at the end of the The Hollow. 1.1miles to Moorland Road shops and Oldfield Park station. 2.2miles to city centre (Guildhall).

Agents Notes
The original name of Mount Road was Blind Lane and it was not until the construction of The Mount in the 1890s that this changed. Whilst we are on the subject of local names, these days the majority of Mount Road houses are simply numbered but local street plans from 1950 show a bewildering variety of names for these homes. On the southern side of the road, house names included Encore, Kinver, Windyridge, Raglands, Rawscott, Dunkery and Ebenezer.

Property location

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