Price £375,000 Under Offer
  • Victorian terraced home
  • Through living room dining room
  • PVC Double glazing
  • Two decent bedrooms
  • West facing garden
  • In need of some upgrading to taste
  • Extended kitchen
  • Gas central heating
  • Upstairs bathroom
  • No onward chain of sales

A two bedroom late Victorian terraced home with a manageable west facing garden in need of some upgrading to taste. Entrance hall leading to a communicating living room dining room with stripped wooden floors and a cast iron fireplace in the living room, this leads to the extended kitchen encompassing the side return, the extended section has a glass roof and double doors making the most of the light and enjoying a view of the trees in the cemetery beyond the garden. On the first floor are two good bedrooms and the bathroom.

The property is situated in a very convenient location just over a mile to the west of the city centre and with Victoria Park and Tesco Express close by. It is also handy for the local shops in Chelsea Road which include a bakery, two convenience stores, hardware shop, take away, Thai restaurant, café, a well- stocked green grocers, delicatessen and a fantastic estate agent. The Royal United Hospital is also close at hand.

Bath itself offers a great range of restaurants, shops and cultural opportunities including the Abbey, the Bath Spa, Theatre Royal, Roman Baths and Pump Rooms and the Holburne Museum.

The Bath Spa railway station provides a main line link with London Paddington, as well as Wales and the South West. The M4 motorway is also accessible via Lansdown Lane to junction 18, as is the A4 to Bristol.

Council Tax
Bath & North East Somerset Council

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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