Price £700,000 - Available

  • Four storey period terraced house
  • Open plan reception rooms
  • West facing 80ft rear garden
  • Stunning first floor bathroom
  • Refurbished garden floor kitchen, dining, utility and shower room
  • Three bedrooms & loft space
  • No through road
  • Between Oldfield Park and Bear Flat

Junction Avenue is a no through road located between Oldfield Park and Bear Flat within 1 mile of Bath Spa train station. Local amenities on Bear Flat includes a Co-op supermarket, pharmacy, Italian deli, restaurants, The Bear Inn and the local Bear Pad Cafe. Local schools include Beechen Cliff and Hayesfield secondary schools with the gates of St Johns primary a short walk away. The Linear Park and the Two Tunnels Sustrans cycle network is within 0.8 miles of the property with Alexandra Park and the Bloomfield green space just up the hill on Bear Flat.

This sizeable 1693 sq. ft / 157.3 sq. m refurbished Victorian family home offers versatile accommodation over four floors with wonderful 80ft west facing rear garden. Positioned on the favourable west side of the road, this bay fronted property offers an additional floor of accommodation compared to the properties opposite. The ground floor is bay fronted and open plan with oak flooring and impressive fireplaces to both rooms. A double bedroom to the rear has a pleasant view of the garden and downstairs at garden level, a refurbished kitchen opens into a dining room with glazed double doors connecting to the garden. A utility room and shower room to the front of the garden floor is a real bonus.

A generous landing to the first floor leads to an impressive full width bayed double bedroom to the front with fitted wardrobes to the alcoves. Bedroom two is also a double. A luxury bathroom with wood effect floor tiles includes a curved stand alone bath alongside a glazed walk in shower with fixed glass wall. The second floor landing with velux window has a door into the loft space that is currently being used as bedroom with large storage cupboard and velux rear window.

Outside, the mostly lawned 80ft west facing rear garden is pretty much level and catches the afternoon sun with a decked seating area off the dining room. Although terraced, there is a shared side access path with your immediate neighbour giving it easy access for bicycles, refuse and recycling.


Entrance - 4'5" (1.35m) x 3'2" (0.97m)
Mattwell. Glazed door to hall. Meter cupboards.

Hall - 9'7" (2.92m) x 3'2" (0.97m)
Oak flooring. Staircase. Radiator. Doors to sitting room and reception room.

Sitting Room - 13'3" (4.04m) Into Bay x 11'4" (3.45m)
Double glazed bayed front windows. Oak flooring. Open fireplace with stone hearth and mantel. Alcove TV cabinet. Radiator. Coved ceiling. Radiator. Opening into reception room.

Reception Room - 13'3" (4.04m) Max x 11'4" (3.45m)
Double glazed window to rear. Oak flooring. Open fireplace, stone hearth and mantel. Radiator. Coved ceiling. Opening into sitting room. Door to garden floor staircase.

Bedroom 3 - 11'0" (3.35m) Max x 9'5" (2.87m) Max
Double glazed window to rear. Radiator.


Kitchen - 14'3" (4.34m) x 12'3" (3.73m)
Double glazed window to rear. Vinyl herringbone patterned flooring. Island with composite worktop, undermount ceramic sink and breakfast bar seating. Composite worktop with tiled splashbacks. Induction hob with stainless steel cooker hood over. Eye level Fisher & Paykel electric oven and grill. Plumbing for dishwasher. Vertical radiator. Ceiling spotlights. Popout understair cupboards. Understair opening for fridge freezer. Opening into dining room.

Dining Room - 10'7" (3.23m) x 8'9" (2.67m)
Double glazed French doors to rear garden. Fixed double glazed side window. Vinyl herringbone patterned flooring. Vertical radiator. Ceiling spotlights.

Utility Room - 11'1" (3.38m) Max x 10'3" (3.12m) Max
Vinyl herringbone patterned flooring. Plumbing for washing machine. Space for condenser dryer. Ceiling spotlights. Radiator. Extractor fan. Radiator.

Shower Room - 8'10" (2.69m) Max x 6'1" (1.85m) Max
Vinyl herringbone patterned flooring. Walk in shower. Part tiled walls. LLWC. Extractor fan. Heated towel rail. Hand basin with shelving cupboard under.


Landing - 14'9" (4.5m) x 5'3" (1.6m)
Staircase to loft.

Bedroom 1 - 17'1" (5.21m) Max x 13'3" (4.04m) Into Bay
Double glazed bayed front window. Double glazed window to front. Fitted alcove wardrobes. Radiator. Coved ceiling.

Bedroom 2 - 12'9" (3.89m) x 11'3" (3.43m)
Double glazed window to rear. Fitted alcove airing cupboard and cupboard over. Alcove recess. Picture rails. Radiator.

Bathroom - 10'9" (3.28m) Max x 9'5" (2.87m) Max
Double glazed window to rear. Tiled wood effect flooring. Part tiled walls Rolltop curved bath with floor mounted tap and shower attachment. Walk in shower enclosure with shelved aperture and fixed glass wall. Double hand basin unit with wall mounted de-mist mirrors over and drawers under. LLWC. Vertical column radiator.


Second Floor Landing
Double glazed velux window to rear. Eaves storage. Door to loft space.

Loft Space - 13'4" (4.06m) Max x 13'2" (4.01m) Max
Double glazed velux window to rear. Radiator. Built in cupboard. Eaves storage to front.


Front Garden - 15'7" (4.75m) x 9'6" (2.9m)
Gravelled with shrub to front corner. Patio path to front door with walls to sides and front.

Rear Garden - 80'0" (24.38m) x 17'1" (5.21m)
Decked seating area accessed from dining room. Extensive lawn. Wall to side and rear. Fence to side. Shrub and plant bed to rear. Water tap. Trees. Gated side access.

Council Tax
Bath And North East Somerset Council, Band D

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