Vernon Terrace, Lower Bristol Road, Bath, BA2 3DA

£325,000 Guide Price
Availability: Under Offer
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Property Summary

1178sqft no chain two storey Victorian three bedroom home in need of updating with south facing gardens backing onto the Linear Park

Full Details

Significantly larger than many nearby terraces at 1178sqft over two storeys and benefiting from gloriously sunny south facing rear gardens backing onto the Linear Park.

Offered with no chain, a fine Victorian home now in need of updating throughout but with much potential to re-arrange and extend to create a generous family home in a superbly convenient location under half a mile from central Oldfield Park amenities.

Bayed front sitting room, dining room, kitchen, lean to and bathroom on the ground floor. First floor currently houses three bedrooms. Further potential to convert loft as neighbours have done.

EPC rating E
Council tax band B
Tenure Freehold

Ground floor hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, lean to, rear lobby and bathroom. First floor houses three bedrooms.

External Amenities
Rear garden - 32ft x 16ft min plus side return. South facing with pedestrian access directly onto the Linear Park. Gravelled with flower borders, gooseberry bush and rhubarb. Coal store, tap, walls to side and rear.

Less than half a mile from Moorland Road shops and Oldfield Park station. Within sight of Lidl, Costa, Puregym etc on the Lower Bristol Road. Approx 1.2miles to the city centre (Guildhall) via Green Park.

Agents Notes
First listed as occupied in 1870 by David Milbourne (county police sergeant) with three of the first 9 houses in the terrace lived in by cloth workers/weavers. Late 19th century Bath maps show sites and terraces opposite named as Cooks Buildings, Soundwell Cottages and Midland Cottages. Charles Wilkins operated on the Cooks Buildings site as part of his woollen cloth business in the early 19th century and it later became a carpet factory. In 1891, W & R Cook Ltd began manufacturing ready made clothing at the mill. Cook's ceased working in the 1960s and the buildings were pulled down in 1965.

Property location

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