The property is positioned at the top end of Park Street which is a quiet no-through road off St James's Square; the square has a village atmosphere and local shops.
The beautiful Victoria Park is nearby as well as the Approach Golf Course, a coffee bar/delicatessen and a number of excellent pubs and restaurants.
The Royal Crescent and Circus are also close by and the City Centre with its beautiful Georgian architecture is less than a mile away.
The World Heritage City of Bath offers excellent shopping, The Theatre Royal, art galleries and museums, sporting facilities, the home of Bath Rugby and numerous bars and restaurants.
There are two Universities and several very well-regarded schools. The mainline Bath Spa station provides an Intercity service to London Paddington and Bristol as well as local services.
The property, built in 1808, is listed Grade II and is attributed to John Pinch the Elder, a well-known Bath architect. Flat 1, is a well-presented ground floor two bedroom apartment. There are a wealth of retained and enhanced period features including attractive ceiling cornicing and working shutters. In addition, this apartment has the rare benefit of a private garden.
The property is entered into a good-sized entrance hall with very useful storage cupboard. The sitting/dining room is spacious with attractive ceiling cornice and a gas fire with surround. The kitchen comprises a range of base and wall units with timber worktops and a range of integrated appliances.
Both double bedrooms are situated at the rear of the apartment and have a wonderful west-facing aspect over the rear garden towards the Approach Golf Course and Cavendish Crescent. In
addition, there is a bathroom comprising bath with shower over, wc and hand basin.
The garden of Flat 1 has a west-facing aspect with apple, fig and plum trees and a vine. There is a patio area where one can dine al fresco and on fine evenings watch balloons taking off from the Royal Victoria Park.