Henrietta Street is located just off Laura Place, close to Great Pulteney Street and the city centre.
There are excellent facilities including the theatre, restaurants and the Thermae Bath Spa.
Train services from Bath Spa railway station give high speed links to London Paddington (from 75 minutes), Bristol Temple Meads (15 minutes approximately) and the South West rail network.
The M4 motorway (junction 18) is approximately 10 miles to the north.
There is an excellent range of schools locally, both private and state, including King Edward's, Prior Park College, Bathwick St Mary's Primary and Widcombe Junior.
Built in 1793-1800 in this central Bath location, 35 Henrietta Street is Grade I listed and full of character. Part of the notable eighteenth century development of the Pulteney Estate east of the river, Henrietta Street was the most substantial of the subsidiary roads to Great Pulteney Street and consists of very impressive ranks of Georgian townhouses.
The property has been restored over the course of three years to return this wonderful property to its original glory. This includes a two-storey contemporary glass-fronted stone extension to the rear of the property.
The property is entered through a grand front door. The entrance hall on the ground floor features Victorian patterned tiles and a striking, contemporary designer chandelier which looks stunning with the Georgian cornicing. The hall leads into a fantastic drawing room and withdrawing room full of original features and more impressive hanging chandeliers. On the lower floor is a spacious modern open-plan kitchen - a striking Italian design with white granite top, integrated wine cooler, two smart ovens, coffee machine, a hob set within the old Bath stone fireplace and an island with overhanging chrome pendant lights. There is a cosy sitting room/family room to the rear of this room. Off the kitchen is a small WC, then the first floor of the two-storey contemporary extension in Bath stone, which is a wonderful study/work space with floor to ceiling glass, bi-folding doors into a Juliette balcony overlooking the garden.
The first floor has a stunning principal bedroom with large, grand folding doors to the principal bathroom which has a William Holland bespoke freestanding bath, a walk-in shower with smart touch screen controls, twin vanity units and a traditional style high level cistern toilet.
The second floor has two spacious bedrooms with high ceilings, original features such as traditional wooden shutters, and views over the back of Great Pulteney Street and Henrietta Park.
The top floor of the main house has two bedrooms and a modern, minimalist wet room style bathroom, complete with stone bath, and views of Bath Abbey.
As an added bonus and with independent access via a separate set of stairs at the front of the property, is the self-contained garden flat, with an imposing glass and wooden door entrance, custom fitted to the original arches of the house. The flat itself is a light, contemporary style throughout with one bedroom at the front, before a modern bathroom, brand new fully kitted out kitchen, and a living room which has floor to ceiling glass bi-folding doors leading out to the garden.
The apartment has the potential for many uses including as a home office, guest accommodation, staff quarters or as a holiday let/rental.
The garden, which is an excellent size for such a central location, has a combination of original Welsh pennant and Bath stone that forms the patio, sun terrace and walls. All of these have been touchingly restored and assembled by hand by a local stonemason using traditional methods. The garden has been designed with clean, symmetrical, contemporary lines to form a beautiful turfed area, bordered on all sides by flowers and cut down the middle by a stepping stone path of traditional stone to the sun terrace at the rear of the garden.