First Floor Flat, 78 Newbridge Road, Bath, BA1 3LA
Guide Price: £ 265,000
Top to toe renovated and now a spectacularly beautiful city home, this 664sqft late Victorian first floor apartment offers space and style in spades. Large south facing full width sitting room, double bedroom to rear, generous Wren fitted kitchen, gleaming shower room, storage and space in the hall for a study area.
Under 1.5miles to the city centre, handy for Chelsea Rd, the Royal United Hospital, Avon cyclepath and frequent Newbridge Rd bus routes. Only one other neighbour in the building, plenty of period features, loft storage and even a little garden at the front to sit out in! Whether you work at the hospital, in town or even Bristol, this fantastic pad would make an ideal first home or indeed an investment.
Council Tax: Band B
Viewing Arrangements Strictly by appointment
Communal entrance hall with solid oak flooring and new composite front door. Leading to private flat front door with stairs to first floor.
Large storage cupboard with plumbing for washing machine and wall mounted gas condensing boiler. Loft access. Radiator, original balustrade. Space for study desk with Velux skylight above.
Three south facing double glazed front windows, two radiators, original fireplace surround with flue for woodburner, picture rail. A very generous room with lovely views to southern slopes.
Walk in shower area, handbasin with illuminated mirror cabinet above, extractor fan, Velux skylight, tiled floor and part tiled walls. Heated towel rail.
Double glazed rear window, radiator, picture rail, original fireplace with cast iron inset.
Double glazed rear window, Wren fitted base and wall units with worktops and inset sink/drainer. Plumbing for dishwasher, fitted fridge/freezer, inset induction hob, fitted oven. Original fireplace with cast iron inset, radiator.
South facing gravelled terrace for the exclusive use of the first floor flat. Screened by mature hedging from the road. Shed.
There are only two apartments in this building and the freehold is shared between them. Any buildings insurance and communal costs are shared between the two owners.
No78 (Glenavon) is first recorded as occupied by George Helps Esq in 1882, the same year that saw the Great Flood of Bath, in October. Looking back at property records in 1882, sales of 15 Oak St (£87), the Marlborough Tavern (£915) and 28 Great Pulteney St (£900) were recorded by the Chronicle.
9 Moorland Road | Oldfield Park | Bath | BA2 3PL
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