Sydenham Buildings, Oldfield Park, Bath, BA2 3BS

£300,000 Offers Over
Availability: Under Offer
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Property Summary

907sqft no chain two bedroom two reception Victorian cul de sac home with 33ft x 16ft level rear gardens

Full Details

An ideal project for further updating and improvement - this 1880s mid terraced two storey 907sqft home has been well loved and maintained over decades of family occupation but would now benefit from refurbishment to reach top potential.

Offered with no chain. Hidden away in a cul de sac behind the southern side of the Lower Bristol Road. Two original receptions, kitchen, two bedrooms and a first floor bathroom. Further potential for extension judging by neighbours efforts.

A sensible, solid and characterful city home which provides an excellent blank slate for buyers to add their own ideas to.

Full 360 virtual tour available

EPC rating D
Council tax band B
Tenure Freehold

Ground floor hall, sitting room, dining room and kitchen. First floor houses two bedrooms and a three piece bathroom.

External Amenities
Rear garden - 33ft x 16ft plus side return. East facing. Lawn with flower beds and borders. Fences to side and rear.
Outside W.C (6ft10 x 2ft6) and storage cupboard/coal shed (6ft10 x 2ft4).

Perfectly placed for city amenities (Sainsburys Green Park 0.3miles north and the Guildhall 0.7miles in the same direction) and local Moorland Road shopping or Oldfield Park station commuter routes. Tucked away in this little cul de sac behind the Lower Bristol Road.

Agents Notes
Initially occupied in 1884 by Henry Turtle (engineer), followed by another engineer - Thomas Reeve - in 1895. Occupiers professions in the early 1900s included a cabinet maker, coachman, poulterer, gardener and a chemists assistant.

Property location

Enquire about this property or call 01225 829040