The Hollow, Southdown, Bath
- No chain
- Two double bedrooms
- Double garage
- Open plan sitting/dining room
- Modern kitchen
- Shower/wet room
- Mature gardens
- Double glazing & GCH
- 100yds to Mount Rd shops
Property SummaryEnjoying superb views down the hill over the city, this no chain 746sqft late 1930s semi detached bungalow has the rare bonus of a double garage and carport at the rear which also offers level access into the property. Sensibly laid out internal accommodation with a bayed sitting/dining room, two double bedrooms, modern fitted kitchen, shower/wet room and utility. Beautifully kept mature gardens to front and rear. Double glazing and GCH in situ. Ideal downsize but these properties also offer scope to expand and adapt. Sole Agents. EPC rating= D
AGENTS NOTES Enjoying superb views down the hill over the city, this no chain 746sqft late 1930s semi detached bungalow has the rare bonus of a double garage and carport at the rear which also offers level access into the property. Sensibly laid out internal accommodation with a bayed sitting/dining room, two double bedrooms, modern fitted kitchen, shower/wet room and utility. Beautifully kept mature gardens to front and rear. Double glazing and GCH in situ. Ideal downsize but these properties also offer scope to expand and adapt. Sole Agents
The Hollow itself was once called Blackdown Lane, just as Shophouse Road was once Sheepfair Lane and the hills of Southdown were once used by monks of the the Priory of Bath as sheep grazing. The road 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). Until the late 1930s, this part of Southdown was primarily farm fields and orchards, with only Hope Cottages opposite and a scattering of homes clustered around the Mission Room and old quarry workings at the junction of The Hollow and Rush Hill.
PORCH Double glazed side lit front door, double glazed side window.
HALL Part glazed internal door, meter cupboard, radiator, picture rail.
SITTING/DINING ROOM Double glazed front bay window, double glazed side window, two radiators, picture rail, fireplace with fitted gas fire.
BEDROOM 1 Double glazed front window, radiator, picture rail, fitted wardrobes/cupboards/drawers.
BEDROOM 2 Double glazed rear window, radiator, built in alcove wardrobe housing immersion tank, picture rail.
KITCHEN Double glazed rear window, rear internal window, base and wall units with inset sink/drainer, inset electric hob with hood over and oven under.
SHOWER ROOM Double glazed side window, radiator, extractor fan, fully tiled walls, pedestal basin, shower oarea, low level W.C, loft access.
UTILITY ROOM Double glazed rear and side windows, double glazed door to rear garden, radiator, plumbing for washing machine, space under worktop for freezer and tumble dryer, built in cupboards.
REAR GARDEN 28ft x 27ft min - patio with awning, flower beds and borders, shrubs, walls and fences to sides. Gate to covered carport with up and over door to rear. Access to double garage. Side gated access to front garden.
DOUBLE GARAGE Electric up and over door to rear lane. Rear window, light and power.
FRONT GARDEN 26ft x 27ft - fences and walls to side and front, mature trees and shrubs with flower beds and borders.
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