A most appealing stone built, mid terrace, Victorian Villa offering comfortable accommodation and generous south westerly facing rear garden.
Early viewing recommended. No onward chain.
SITUATION AND GENERAL INFORMATION
Tucked away from the main Winsley Road, this appealing mid terrace Victorian Villa is contained within a terrace of similar style properties. Local facilities close by include a Southern Co-op incorporating a Post Office, Christ Church, Christchurch Primary School (OFSTED rating – Good), St Laurence School (OFSTED rating – Good), and Castle Inn. A regular bus service from Winsley Road connects to the town centre, Trowbridge and the World Heritage City of Bath. Bradford on Avon town centre boasts a mainline railway station which connects to many major towns and cities of importance.
The well-arranged accommodation offers period features and we highly recommend early internal viewing.
the following mini roundabout turn left into Winsley Road. Take the second turning on the right into Huntingdon Street. No.10 can be found in the terrace of properties on the left (opposite the entrance to Church Acre).
The accommodation is as follows:
Part glazed door.
About 11’9” x 11’1”; stone fireplace (not blocked); double radiator; secondary glazing to window.
LIVING ROOM / DINING ROOM
About 12’0” x 11’11”; stone fireplace with gas appliance; back boiler; radiator.
KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM
About 11’11” x 8’11”; stainless steel 1 ½ bowl sink unit with mixer taps and cupboards under; fitted work
surface with cupboards and drawers under; four ring electric hob; single oven; six door wall cupboards; extractor fan; single cupboard; dual aspect; plumbing for the automatic washing machine; radiator; under-stairs cupboard.
Access to roof space.
About 12’7” x 11’2”; wall of wardrobes; radiator.
About 12’0” x 8’0”; built in double wardrobe; radiator.
About 9’8” x 8’10; panelled bath with mixer taps and shower over; pedestal wash hand basin; low level w.c.; airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder with fitted immersion heater and slatted shelves.
The garden is happily south westerly facing and offers ample space for both a kitchen and pleasure garden. The area is bounded by stone walls and offers a garden store.
There is a pedestrian right of way via the end of the terrace, providing rear access to no.10.
Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas.
Telephone subject to British Telecom Transfer Regulations.
FIXTURES & FITTINGS
Any fixtures and fittings not mentioned in the sale particular are not included in the sale.
NOTE FROM THE AGENT
Geoffrey M Saxty FNAEA, Estate Agent, Letting and Property Management endeavours to provide informative, descriptive sale particulars. However, if there are any points that are of interest to you please
do not hesitate to contact this office for further information (particularly those applicants travelling from further afield).
Geoffrey M Saxty FNAEA has not carried out a detailed survey nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings. All room sizes are approximate.
In accordance with Money Laundering Regulations 2003, the intending purchaser(s) will be requested to provide the following:
BASIS OF SALE
Vacant possession upon legal completion.
COUNCIL TAX BAND
C – Approximately £1,525.21 per annum (this figure is given for the financial year starting 1st April 2017).
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