Victoria Terrace, Oldfield Park, Bath

£395,000
  • Ref: 12120
  • Type: Mid Terraced House
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • 974sqft
  • Cul de sac position
  • Gorgeous secluded garden
  • Permit parking
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Two receptions
  • First floor bathroom
  • Retained character features
  • Double glazing & GCH
  • Convenient for local amenities & Oldfield station

Property Summary

An exquisitely detailed late Victorian two storey 974sqft home tucked away in this quiet cul de sac (with permit parking) and boasting a beautifully stocked and gloriously colourful rear garden. Two original receptions lead through to a modern kitchen with a lean to conservatory on the side. Upstairs, you'll find two double bedrooms and a stunning four piece rear bathroom. Further expansion potential upwards if neighbours are any judge. Retained period character perfectly married to modern conveniences. Extraordinarily handy for city access, Moorland Road shopping or Oldfield station. Owner suited. Sole Agents

Full Details

AGENTS NOTES An exquisitely detailed late Victorian two storey 974sqft home tucked away in this quiet cul de sac (with permit parking) and boasting a beautifully stocked and gloriously colourful rear garden. Two original receptions lead through to a modern kitchen with a lean to conservatory on the side. Upstairs, you'll find two double bedrooms and a stunning four piece rear bathroom. Further expansion potential upwards if neighbours are any judge. Retained period character perfectly married to modern conveniences. Extraordinarily handy for city access, Moorland Road shopping or Oldfield station. Owner suited. Sole Agents



Built on land once part of the Crandale Nursery (market gardens and orchards - also named on old maps as Crandells) which extended over Brunel's railway towards what is now the Moorland Rd area of Oldfield Park. Construction on Victoria Terrace began in the early 1890s - records from 1895 city directories show Nos1 - 9 and Nos19 - 33 built.The builder was James Parker, who lived at No1 with another family member at No6. By 1902, all but two homes on the road were occupied and by 1911 the residents on this section of the road were;



19 - Francis J Cole (baker)

20 - Herbert H Bishop (grocer)

21 - Barton J Smith

22 - Frederick Hazell (postman)

23 - William James Wood

24 - Jonas Francis (engine driver)

ENTRANCE HALL Modern composite front door leads you in, inset floor mat, internal stained glass door, dado rail, radiator, ornate arch, stairs to the first floor. Doors into rooms.

LIVING ROOM A beautiful room, full of detail and charm. Bay window to the front with double glazed windows, inset Victorian fireplace, dado and picture rails, wall lights, radiator and Karndean flooring.

DINING ROOM Another wonderfully detailed reception room with built in dresser cupboard and shelving, fire recess currently being used as a feature, rear internal sash window, coving, understairs storage, Karndean floor and hanging pendants.

KITCHEN With a range of matching wall and base units, laminate roll top work surface with inset sink and drainer. Inset gas hob with oven under and hood over. Space and plumbing for washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer. Double glazed window to the rear and door to the side. Spot lights.

CONSERVATORY Quarry tiled floor, door and window leading out onto the rear garden.

LANDING Stripped doors leading into all rooms, access to the loft and storage cupboard. New carpet.

BATHROOM A superb four piece bathroom suite, set off with large limestone tiles on the floor and wall. Freestanding bath, walk in shower, wall hung basin and WC. Obscure double glazed window to the rear, spot lights, heated towel rail.

BEDROOM 1 Double glazed bay window to the front, dado rail, coving and radiator.

BEDROOM 2 Double glazed window to the rear, radiator and double wardrobe housing Worcester combi boiler.

GARDEN The east facing rear garden is very private and has been well maintained and thought out over the years by the current owner. Beautifully stocked and bursting with colour, there is a secluded patio adjacent to the house, then an area of lawn leading to a perfect evening terrace at the bottom of the garden next to the shed. Gated rear pedestrian access. What a treat to have a haven like this so close to town.

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