An impressive Grade I listed keystone townhouse with accommodation across five floors. It has recently been refurbished throughout and offers a south west facing garden. There is secure off street parking immediately to the rear available by separate negotiation.
A magnificent five storey Grade I listed central Bath townhouse overlooking one of Bath’s most prestigious and central garden squares.
Reception Hall • Stair Hall • Reception Room • Living Room • Snug • Drawing Room • Dining Room • Kitchen/Breakfast Room • Utility Room • Cloakroom • Master Bedroom with En Suite Bath/Shower Room • Four Further Bedroom Suites • Cellars • Enclosed South West Facing Rear Garden • Storage • Pavilion • Secure off street parking available by separate negotiation
A truly remarkable, grand and central Bath residence offering volume and versatility in a brilliant location. A central keystone house, built around 1736 and having been recently renovated throughout to a very high standard that include rewiring, plumbing, bespoke bathroom and kitchen fittings and complete redecoration. It retains an abundance of period character and charm across five floors, around a splendid central staircase with a glazed canopy roof above, flooding the centre of the property with light. The main rooms have views over Queen Square with three large windows, all with their working shutters. The property has wood panelling, open fireplaces and ornate plasterwork mouldings, to list but a few of the period detail. At the rear of the house is a lovely enclosed south west facing garden with access beyond to a storage pavilion. There is also secure off street parking available immediately behind the house, offered by separate negotiation.
No. 19 sits on the western side of Queen Square, in the centre of the city – a square of Georgian houses designed by John Wood the Elder in the early 18th century and paid for by Beau Nash. Queen Square has been described as the first element in “the most important architectural sequence in Bath”, which includes the Circus and the Royal Crescent. The square was designed to join the houses in unison and give the impression that together they formed one large mansion when viewed from the south facing side. The focal point of Queen Square is the obelisk at the centre which commemorates the visit of Frederick, Prince of Wales.
In close proximity are numerous city centre attractions, including a wide range of shopping, dining, cultural and sporting opportunities. The historic Theatre Royal is nearby and offers a wonderfully varied programme of top quality entertainment all year round, with many productions coming directly from or to London’s West End. Queen Square hosts the annual Bath Boules Festival and visiting French markets and is a very popular place to sit and enjoy a picnic lunch in the sunshine. Bath is a World Heritage city famed for its Roman Heritage and Georgian architecture. With a variety of historical sites and museums, Bath also plays host to a variety of cultural events including Bath Literature Festival, The Great Bath Feast and The Bath International Music Festival. Communication links from the city are excellent, with a direct rail link from Bath Spa to London Paddington (approx 90 mins) and Bristol Temple Meads (approx 15 mins), whilst Bristol International Airport is approximately 19 miles to the south east and M4 Junction 18 about 10 miles to the north.
Tenure - Freehold
Services - All mains services connected
Viewing - Strictly by appointment through Carter Jonas
Planning - Grade I Listed