The Hollow, Southdown, Bath, BA2 1NE

£385,000 Asking Price Of
Availability: Under Offer
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Property Summary

No chain 1029sqft extended three bedroom family semi with huge gardens and driveway

Full Details

Enjoying glorious views from front and rear, offered with no chain and with plenty of potential to update or extend - a 1029sqft 1930s semi detached family home with driveway parking and useful outbuilding space for office or hobbies.

Extended ground floor accommodation comprising; hall, sitting room open plan to dining room, kitchen, utility, conservatory and W.C. Original first floor layout of three bedrooms and bathroom.

81ft x 25ft rear gardens with flat upper terrace and further terraces sloping down to the ear of Langdon Rd. Front driveway parking. Three room outbuilding to rear/side.

Double glazing & GCH in situ.

EPC rating TBC
Council tax band D
Tenure Freehold

Ground floor hall, sitting room open plan to dining room, kitchen, utility, conservatory and W.C. First floor houses three bedrooms and a bathroom.

External Amenities
Rear garden - 31ft x 17ft level upper terrace with superb views, side access and outbuildings. 50ft x 25ft lower terraces with greenhouse. Walls to side and rear.

Outbuildings - three rooms created from extending the original garage. Light and power to all.
Room 1 14ftx10 x 7ft4
Room 2 6ft3 x 4ft11
Room 3 5ft5 x 4ft7

Front driveway for two vehicles.

Enjoying stunning views over the city and close to open green space at Bath City Farm, Innox Park and Brickfields Park. 0.8miles to Oldfield Park station and Moorland Rd. 1.9miles to the city centre (Guildhall).

Agents Notes
The 1839 Parish Map of Twerton has field names of Upper and Lower Blackdown marked in this area, along with the more esoteric Lower Catsbrain Field. The Hollow itself was once called Blackdown Lane.
The Hollow is suspected to follow the route of a branch of the Roman Fosse Way (which ran through Odd Down along the route of the present day A367).
Houses on the road were built from 1935, often with names like Everest and Mornside. The closest local employer was Blackmore and Langdon Nurseries. and many of their employees are listed in the street directories as resident on the Hollow, whilst the proprietors themselves lived at No37 – Highfield.

Property location

Enquire about this property or call 01225 829040