Vernhamwood Close, Pulteney View, Bath, BA2 2TT

£232,500 Asking Price Of
Availability: Under Offer
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Property Summary

A 2007 built 80sqm three bedroom cul de sac home with allocated parking and east facing rear gardens. Sold under the affordable ownership scheme at 75% of market value for 100% of the property (ie NOT shared ownership).

Full Details

A 2007 built Persimmon three bedroom mid terraced family home, located in this sought after cul de sac on the edge of the Englishcombe valley, with allocated parking and east facing rear gardens. Sold under the Guinness Housing Association affordable ownership scheme (see agents notes).
With accommodation briefly comprising of; entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, kitchen, dining room, three bedrooms (master ensuite) and family bathroom. Allocated off street parking space, double glazing, gas central heating and enclosed rear garden.
Communal green spaces and play facilities, local amenities and bus routes nearby at Noads Corner. Sole Agents.

EPC rating C
Council tax band C
Tenure Freehold

Please note this property is being sold under the Guinness Housing low cost ownership affordable housing scheme. The asking price reflects 75% of the full market value - new owners (who must be owner/occupiers and live or work within BANES) will own 100% of the property but are only able to sell the house at any stage at 75% of its value.
Buyers mortgage lenders must also be approved by Guinness Housing.

Double glazed front door, radiator, phone point, stairs leading to first floor with large cupboard under.

Double glazed front window, low level W.C, handbasin, radiator.

Double glazed front window, radiator, T.V point.

Double glazed rear window, range of modern base and wall units with laminated worktops, inset sink/drainer, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, fitted gas hob with hood over and oven under, wall mounted Ideal gas boiler, cupboard with pressurised immersion tank, part tiled walls, archway to dining room.

Double glazed French doors to rear garden, radiator.

Loft access, radiator.

Double glazed front window, radiator, T.V point.

Tiled shower cubicle, handbasin, low level W.C, radiator, extractor fan.

Double glazed rear window, radiator.

Double glazed rear window, radiator.

Double glazed front window, radiator, pedestal basin, low level W.C, panelled bath, part tiled walls, extractor fan.

21ft x 12ft min - fences and walls to side and rear, gated rear access.

One allocated space located at the end of the cul de sac, on the right hand (west side) - the middle space of three.

Odd Down (Odda's Hill is the likely translation) is the crossroads of two of Britain's historical linear landmarks, the Wansdyke and the Roman Fosse Way. Haddon's Portrait of Bath also suggests a secondary Roman road from Frome and Poole intersected the Fosse Way here. However Odd Down is better known historically for being a quarrying area for oolitic limestone (which was used to build many of Bath's Georgian and Victorian buildings) as well as Fullers Earth (used in the wool/textile industry).

Property location

Enquire about this property or call 01225 829040