A well presented ground floor apartment with its own private front door and benefitting from a great central location, a shared west facing outside space to the rear and an off street parking space. (Approximately 1,025 sq ft / 95.2 sq m)
Private front door • Reception Hall • Sitting Room • Double Bedroom • Kitchen/Dining Room • Shower Room • Mezzanine Storage area.
West facing shared rear outside space • Off street parking
The property forms part of a Grade I Listed terrace of buildings designed by Thomas Baldwin around 1795. This is a unique apartment, having a private entrance off Sydney Place, leading to a well presented ground floor apartment with grand proportions. The property enjoys high ceilings, fireplaces, sash windows with their original shutters, decorative plasterwork and plenty of storage space.
The kitchen has been recently updated to provide fitted storage cabinets with a marble work top and fitted appliances. The private back door of the property leads out onto a west facing courtyard that leads onto a secure gated parking area where one of the spaces is allocated to the property with access from a rear lane.
The apartment is brilliantly positioned, in a very historic part of the city, with Jane Austen having lived at No 4 Sydney Place and the property neighbouring the Holburne Museum and Sydney Pleasure Gardens at the end of Great Pulteney Street. Great Pulteney Street provides a delightful level approach to the City centre. The Kennet and Avon canal is easily accessed through Sydney Gardens, with good walking routes and the centre of Bath offers numerous leisure, shopping and sporting facilities. Access to major transport links is equally easy with the recently redeveloped Bath Spa railway station providing a fast route to London Paddington and the A4/M4/A36 are near at hand.
Tenure - Leasehold
Services - All mains services are connected
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