£400,000 - Under Offer

  • End of terrace Edwardian property
  • Bayed sitting room and separate dining room
  • Terracotta floor tiles to kitchen
  • Two double bedrooms
  • First floor bathroom
  • South facing rear garden
  • Popular location between Larkhall and the city centre
  • Double bay fronted
  • No onward chain

A double bay fronted Edwardian end of terrace two double bedroom period property with pretty south facing rear garden and no onward chain. Situated in this popular location in Fairfield Park, this charming period property has retained period features including cast iron fireplaces and sash windows with pretty gardens front and rear.

The front garden is mostly lawned with a path to the front door and makes a pretty garden approach.The ground floor comprises of an entrance hall with door into a bayed sitting room with a cast iron fireplace. The dining room to the rear is presented with floorboards and a woodburning stove inset to an Ashlar fireplace, beyond which, the kitchen with its terracotta tiled floor has a side door connecting to the garden. Upstairs, the first floor comprises an impressive full width bayed main bedroom to the front with a great view and a second double bedroom, both with retained cast iron period fireplaces. A generously proportioned bathroom with bath and separate shower enclosure completes the accommodation.

Being end of terrace, the gardens are slightly wider and due to the lay of the land are slightly longer than the other properties in the terrace. The pretty rear garden has a deck seating area with established shrubs and raised beds,

AGENTS NOTE: Previously tenanted until the end of February, the gas boiler was installed in September 2020 and the property now offers a blank canvas for those who are happy to decorate to make it their own.

Situated just above Larkhall in Fairfield Park, this edge of city location within a mile and a half of the city centre gives the best of both worlds with its semi rural outlook perfect for those looking for a balance between city life and countryside living.

Conveniently located for both Bath city centre and Larkhall village square, the scenic location is perfect for countryside walks towards Charlcombe, Woolley and Lansdown with straightforward M4 motorway access via Lansdown.

The amenities in Larkhall village are a 5 minute walk offering a range of independent shops and cafes including the Larkhall Butchers, Goodies Deli, a greengrocers, Larkhall Deli, a Co-Operative supermarket and an independent bookshop. There is also the Rondo theatre and the Oriel Hall offering Pilates and meditation classes.

Local schools include St Stephens primary school with both the Royal High and Kingswood independent schools within a mile. St Saviours junior and St Marks secondary schools are also within half a mile.

There is a regular bus service from Tyning Terrace literally round the corner making the city centre easily accessible with the option of a pleasant walk along Camden Road and down past Hedgemead Park to Walcot Street instead.

Offered for sale with no onward chain, viewings can be arranged through Strattons and Partners estate agents on 01225 683182.

Enclosed Entrance Porch - 5'0" (1.52m) x 3'0" (0.91m)
Front door with transom window. Stained glass door to sitting room. Ceiling cornice. Dado rails.

Sitting Room - 14'0" (4.27m) Into Bay x 13'0" (3.96m)
Bayed windows with sash. Cast iron period fireplace with granite hearth, wooden surround and mantelpiece. Low level alcove cupboard. Dado and picture rails. Radiator. Door to dining room.

Dining Room - 13'0" (3.96m) Max x 12'0" (3.66m)
Sash rear window. Ashlar fireplace opening with woodburning stove and stone hearth. Floorboards. Double doored understair cupboard with cupboard over and smaller understair cupboard. Partially glazed door to kitchen. Door to staircase. Picture rails.

Kitchen - 12'0" (3.66m) x 7'4" (2.24m)
Double glazed rear window. Casement side window. Terracotta floor tiles. Part tiled walls. Wood effect laminate worktops with one and a half bowl sink and drainer. Gas hob with stainless steel extractor over. Electric oven. Washing machine can be left by owner. Fitted fridge freezer. Kitchen cupboards and drawers. Wall mounted Ideal Logic combi C30 boiler. Electrical consumer unit. Side door to side return/rear garden.

Landing - 12'3" (3.73m) x 5'0" (1.52m)
Banister and spindles. Staircase with hand rail. Dado rails. Radiator. Loft access hatch.

Bedroom 1 - 14'0" (4.27m) Into Bay x 13'0" (3.96m)
Bayed windows with sash. Cast iron period fireplace and mantelpiece with alcove wardrobe/cupboard to side. Picture rails. Radiator.

Bedroom 2 - 12'3" (3.73m) x 7'4" (2.24m)
Sash rear window. Painted floorboards. Cast iron period fireplace and mantelpiece with stone hearth. Radiator.

Bathroom - 12'1" (3.68m) x 7'7" (2.31m)
Sash rear window. Floorboards. Panelled bath with mixer spray shower tap. Glazed shower enclosure with wall tiles. Hand basin. LLWC. Extractor fan. Radiator.

Front Garden - 26'0" (7.92m) x 15'0" (4.57m)
Walls to front and side. Hedge to side. Steps and path to front door. Lawn. Shrub beds.

Rear Garden - 43'1" (13.13m) Max x 13'2" (4.01m) Max
Wall and gate to rear with fence and hedge to sides. Decking. Raised beds. Shrubs. Tree to rear. Tap. Outside light. Wood/garden store and open storage area to side return.

Council Tax
Bath And North East Somerset Council, Band C

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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