Thornbank Place, Bath
- Two double bedrooms
- 23ft x 14ft kitchen/diner
- Superb city views
- South facing garden
- Cul de sac location
- 0.9mile to Guildhall / 0.7 mile to Bath Spa station
- Zone 5 permit parking
- Immaculate condition internally
- First floor showpiece bathroom
Property SummaryStunning city views, a south facing garden and 944sqft of beautifully presented extended well lit space in this very substantial end of cul de sac Victorian home. Hugely convenient location for city access (0.9mile to Guildhall) and Moorland Rd amenities, Bay windowed sitting room, a gorgeous fully fitted open plan 23ft x 14ft kitchen diner, two dual aspect double bedrooms and a massive showpiece first floor bathroom. Landscaped south facing gardens over four terraces with a detached workshop. Zone 5 permit parking outside in the cul de sac. No chain. Sole Agents
AGENTS NOTES Stunning city views, a south facing garden and 944sqft of beautifully presented extended well lit space in this very substantial end of cul de sac Victorian home. Hugely convenient location for city access (0.9mile to Guildhall) and Moorland Rd amenities, Bay windowed sitting room, a gorgeous fully fitted open plan 23ft x 14ft kitchen diner, two dual aspect double bedrooms and a massive showpiece first floor bathroom. Landscaped south facing gardens over four terraces with a detached workshop. Zone 5 permit parking outside in the cul de sac. No chain. Sole Agents
Thornbank Place is Zone 5 residents permit parking only. Our client also rents an off street parking space at the lower end of Thornbank Place for £20pa which could be transferred to a new owner if required.
The street dates from the mid 1890s and is named after Thornbank (also listed as Thorne Bank) the large detached house which stood where Thornbank Gardens is now (and was, in 1895, the residence of Albert Rowe, a grocer whose shop was at No2 Hot Bath St).
In 1902, this end of the road was occupied by the following residents;
27 - Arthur Feltham (machinist)
28 - Arthur Turll (GWR porter)
29 - William H Price (confectioner)
30 - Ivor William Helps (clerk and also Treasurer of the Bath Wesleyan Temperance Society)
ENTRANCE HALL Double glazed top lit front door, radiator, wood flooring, staircase to first floor.
SITTING ROOM Double glazed front bay window with three radiators below, inset gas fire, wood flooring.
DINING ROOM Two double glazed side windows, wood flooring, understairs storage cupboards with shelving and fuseboard. Double openings into kitchen/breakfast room.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM Double glazed rear window, large double glazed French doors to rear, wood flooring. Range of base, island and wall units with inset Belfast sink and Starlight Galaxy granite worktops, fitted five ring gas hob, integrated washing machine/dishwasher/tumble dryer, fitted double combination oven/microwave, plumbed in American fridge freezer, hot water tap, waste disposal, wall radiator.
LANDING Loft access with pull down ladder, radiator.
BEDROOM 1 Double glazed front bay window with fitted plantation shutters, additional double glazed side window, radiator.
BEDROOM 2 Double glazed side and rear windows, radiator.
BATHROOM Double glazed rear window, radiator, low level W.C, twin handbasins with vanity unit under, freestanding bath with mixer/spray tap, double shower cubicle, recessed lighting, heated towel rail, loft access, extractor fan, tiled floor.
REAR GARDEN 41ft x 15ft - south facing
Four terraces enclosed by walls and fences. Sheltered patio adjacent to property with steps leading to upper lawned terraces. Top terrace houses block built detached workshop (8ft5 x 7ft1 internal measurements, front window, light and power fitted) which could make a lovely home office
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