Triangle Villas, Oldfield Park, Bath
- Three double bedrooms
- Two large receptions
- Kitchen plus utility
- Garage & driveway
- 37ft x 23ft level rear gardens
- Within sight of Moorland Rd shops and Oldfield station
- Retained character
- Double glazing & GCH
- Further expansion potential
Property SummaryBack available due to chain breakdown. Right in the heart of the Oldfield community yet quietly tucked away in a cul de sac, this 1240sqft Victorian semi detached villa comes with a rare bonus of a 23ft attached garage with driveway to front. Three hugely spacious bedrooms, two large receptions, kitchen with utility and W.C behind. SE facing 37ft x 23ft level rear gardens. Retained charm and character. Further expansion potential into the loft if required (stnp). Sole Agents
AGENTS NOTES Unexpectedly back available due to chain below breaking down. Offering over 1240sqft of accommodation plus a large attached garage and a 37ft x 23ft level rear garden, this side extended late Victorian two storey villa sits quietly in this incredibly convenient cul de sac right next to Moorland Rd and Oldfield station. Three generous bedrooms (all three are doubles and two are huge), two separate large receptions, halls, kitchen with utility and W.C behind. Double glazing and GCH in situ. Retained character. Further expansion potential upwards (stnp) as neighbours have done. 23ft deep garage to side with driveway to front. Gorgeous southeast facing walled rear gardens. Sole Agents
The title of this property records the sale of the land that would become the Triangle estate in 1863 (from John Foley to Charles Collins) as follows;
"All that close piece or parcel of Meadow or Pasture Ground lying and being in the Parish of Twerton.....being parts of certain pieces of land now thrown together but formerly called the Tan Yard Ground, Nash or Mash Meads Charmbury and Withy Bed or Crabb Tree Ground and The Hayes and Nod...and which said Close of land contained by a recent admeasurement 6 acres 1 rood 26 poles"
The first sale of this property was recorded in 1901 - Henry Hinton to Clara Blanche Withy and again in 1902 to Hannah Marie Underwood. At that time, the remaining occupiers of the villa houses on what is now Triangle West included William Hedges (dairyman), Mrs Moran (Church Institute caretaker), George Sharp (cabinet maker) and Robert Stewart (manager).
ENTRANCE HALL Double glazed top lit front door, dado rail, original encaustic tiled floor, meter/fuseboard cupboard, coved ceiling.
SITTING ROOM Double glazed front bay window, three radiators, fireplace with fitted gas fire, alcove cupboard and shelving, corniced ceiling.
DINING ROOM Double glazed rear window, two radiators, corniced ceiling, fireplace with fitted electric fire.
INNER HALLS Receptions to kitchen - understairs cupboard
Entrance hall to first floor - cloaks area, stairs to first floor
KITCHEN Double glazed front window, radiator, suspended lit ceiling, modern white base and wall units with worktops and inset sink/drainer, inset induction hob, fitted oven, fitted dishwasher, two radiators.
UTILITY ROOM Double glazed rear window, worktops and Belfast sink, plumbing for washing machine, space for tall fridge/freezer, Viessmann gas combination boiler, double glazed door to rear garden with adjacent cloaks area, radiator.
WC Double glazed side window, radiator, low level W.C.
LANDING Double glazed front window, loft access.
BEDROOM 1 Double glazed rear window, built in alcove wardrobes, radiator, airing cupboard with radiator.
BEDROOM 2 Two double glazed front windows, two radiators, built in alcove wardrobes and cupboards.
BEDROOM 3 Double glazed rear window, radiator, built in alcove wardrobe, built in dresser unit and shelving.
BATHROOM Double glazed front window, low level W.C, panelled bath with mixer/spray thermostatic shower over, handbasin in vanity unit, radiator, part tiled walls.
GARAGE 23ft2 x 9ft8 minimum internal measurements
Up and over door to front, rear double glazed door, rear window. Light, power and H/C water feed.
REAR GARDENS 37ft wide by 23ft deep approx - southeast facing
Walls to side and rear, lawn, flower beds and borders, shed, gated rear pedestrian access.
FRONT GARDEN & DRIVEWAY Gated front driveway for one vehicle. Paved areas with flower beds. Walls to side and front.
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