A handsome double bay fronted Grade II listed five storey terrace house presented to an exceptionally high standard throughout and opening onto a lovely enclosed garden. (Approximately 3,559 sq ft / 332 sq m)
Ornate plaster work • Large bay windows and wooden shutters • Open fireplaces • Mahogany stair rail and party tables • Under floor heating • Recently installed heavy duty boiler system
The property forms the centre piece of this attractive and prominent terrace of Grade II Listed houses, built in 1780 and offering generous and beautifully presented accommodation across five floors. One is immediately drawn to the feel of space and volume throughout the house and especially on the ground and first floors with its large reception hall, open plan kitchen/dining room, and open double drawing room, creating an excellent living and entertaining space surrounded by a wealth of period features. The lower ground floor has an informal sitting room that is currently used as a cinema room. The large bedrooms (master en-suite) on the upper floors enjoy incredible views across the city. The property opens onto a lovely enclosed garden with decked patio areas to enjoy the sunshine and watch the sun set over Bath.
The property is located on Bear Flat in the popular residential area of Poets Corner. Bear Flat is in walking distance (approx. 1 mile) of the city centre and provides a wide range of local amenities including mini super markets, pharmacy, fine dining restaurant, delicatessen, gastro pub, newsagents and post office. Beechen Cliff boy’s senior school and Hayesfield School for girls are both nearby. There is easy access to Monkton, Prior Park and King Edward’s schools. Alexandra Park, at the top of the road, is a beautiful open green area that has a children’s play area, a bowls club and boules area along with some of the most spectacular views of Bath, which are also visible from the first and second floors of the property.
Bath is a World Heritage Site famed for its Roman heritage and Georgian architecture that offers a wide variety of cultural, leisure, sports and shopping facilities. There is a mainline rail link to London Paddington (journey time approx. 90 min s) and Bristol Temple Meads (journey time approx 15 mins). Junction 18 of the M4 is approximately 11 miles north.
Services: All mains services are connected
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Carter Jonas