2 bedroom terraced house for saleAlbert Terrace, Bath
- Two bedrooms
- No onward chain
- Sheltered rear garden
- Tucked away location
- Open plan reception space
- Mostly double glazed
- GCH via Worcester combi
- Close to Lower Bristol Rd amenities
- Ideal for access to Moorland Rd and Oldfield station
ENTRANCE HALL Part double glazed front door, cloaks area.
SITTING/DINING ROOM Double glazed front sash window, two radiators, understairs storage cupboard, coved ceiling, fireplace surround with blocked hearth, alcove cupboard, fuseboard cupboard.
HALL Staircase to first floor.
KITCHEN Rear window and part glazed door to rear garden. Radiator, wall mounted Worcester gas combination boiler, plumbing for washing machine, range of base and wall units with inset sink/drainer, inset gas hob with oven under and hood over, space for undercounter fridge, internal window to dining area, skylight, part tiling to walls.
BATHROOM Secondary glazed rear window, panelled bath with electric shower over, pedestal basin, heated towel rail, low level W.C, part tiling to walls.
LANDING Loft access.
BEDROOM 1 Double glazed front sash window, coved ceiling, radiator.
BEDROOM 2 Double glazed rear sash window, coved ceiling, radiator.
REAR GARDEN 15ft x 13ft - east facing paved terrace with surrounding borders. Fences and walls to side and rear.
AGENTS NOTES A gorgeous city bolthole - a mid Victorian 577sqft two storey freehold cottage, hidden away yet perfectly situated close to Lower Bristol Rd transit routes and amenities. Properties at this price level with character and convenience are vanishingly rare in the city at present so this one is bound to be popular. Meticulously maintained over the last thirteen years of ownership, with gas central heating via Worcester combi and majority double glazing but now ready for some primarily cosmetic upgrading to suit new tastes.
Open plan sitting/dining room, kitchen and bathroom on the ground floor. Upstairs, you'll find two bedrooms (a decent double and a rear single). East facing sheltered rear garden. Offered with no onward chain. Sole Agents
This was not the only terrace in Bath to be named after Queen Victoria's Prince Consort (the other being Albert Bldgs - now long gone but once stood behind Victoria Buildings next to the old Stothert & Pitt works). The first residents we can find listed were in 1876;
1 Coates Peter J., gardener
2 Davis James R.
3 Head Abel, smith
4 Adlam Samuel, cloth weaver
5 Starr Jane, laundress
6 Wickham Henry, pensioner
7 Millett Jas., dairyman
8 Pope Albert, labourer
9 Caddy John, stoker
10 Keates George, dyer
11 Ashman Thomas
12 Gore James ·
13 Scott Simon, weaver
14 Brown Thomas, stoker
Even by 1885, this part of Bath was relatively sparsely populated with housing - Burnham Rd only had one row (the west side up to the railway, called Burnham Terrace) and what we now know as Argyle Terrace had three separate names (Argyle Terrace, Victoria Terrace and Bloomfield Place). These terraces, together with Vernon Terrace and Railway Buildings (where Bathwick Tyres is now) were all that stood on the south side of the Lower Bristol Rd between Brook Road and Twerton High St.
Local parking is unrestricted on street. However, many of the current terrace residents rent parking spaces or garages opposite and contact details for the landlord can be supplied on request.
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