Second Avenue, BATH, Somerset, BA2 3NN SSTC £425,000

FEATURES

Mid Terraced
Two reception rooms
Kitchen/breakfast room
Excellent access to local amenities
Garden and single garage.
Entrance vestibule
Victorian style house

Entered through a front door into an entrance vestibule there is an inner part stained glazed door leading into the hallway.

The sitting room is situated to the front of the house and has a splayed bay window and plaster cornicing and rose. A period fire place commands the front room with built in storage either side. There is a arched opening to the dining room, which is in the centre of the property offering a great amount of space. Included in the hallway is additional storage under the stairs and a separate WC.

At the back of the house is a sensibly sized kitchen/breakfast room. There are a range of kitchen cabinets, comprising cupboards and drawers with built-in waist-high oven and inset hob. A back door then leads into a patio area, which in turn leads into the rear garden. There is a single garage to the back to the property.

Upstairs, on the first floor are 3 bedrooms and a bathroom. Bedrooms one and two are both double rooms, whilst bedroom three is a single room. The bathroom, although small, has room for a bath (with shower over), wash basin and WC.

The house is equipped with gas central heating.

LOCATION Second Avenue is conveniently located between Oldfield Park and Bear Flat within 1.2 miles of Bath Spa train station. Bear Flat offers a wide variety of amenities including a pharmacy, two delicatessens, restaurants, family pub and the local Bear Pad Cafe. Local schooling includes two popular pre schools, and well regarded primary and secondary schools within 1.5 miles of the property. Offering even more is Moorland Road, in very close proximity and offering a very wide range of shops, restaurants, cafes its the very heart of Oldfield Park and really has changed over the last few years.

The Two Tunnels Sustrans cycle network is within 300m of the house connecting Bath to the Midford valley following the track bed of the former Somerset and Dorset Railway. This impressive 13 mile circular route includes the longest walking and cycling tunnel in Britain.

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