Claremont Place is situated along Camden Road and enjoys excellent views of Prior Park directly opposite. Camden is a popular family area on Bath's north east slopes, and is well placed for good schools and the city centre, as well as offering local shops and a doctor's surgery.
Bath is a World Heritage Site famed for its Georgian architecture and Roman heritage and provides an extensive range of business, entertainment and cultural facilities along with two universities.
There are well regarded schools in both the state and independent sectors and a mainline rail link to London Paddington (journey time from approx 75 mins) and Bristol Temple Meads (journey time from approx 15 mins). Junction 18 of the M4 motorway is approx 9 miles to the north and Bristol International airport is approx 20 miles to the north west.
11 Claremont Place is an elegant and well-appointed Grade II listed semi-detached Georgian house, believed to have been designed by prominent architect John Pinch. Built in traditional Bath stone with a balanced and attractive fa�ade, the property offers 1,864 sq ft of accommodation arranged over three floors and benefits from extensive views to the front elevation. On entering there is a welcoming entrance hall and cloakroom. The drawing room features a fireplace and large sash window. The dining room also has a feature fireplace. The kitchen/breakfast room has a practical kitchen area, whilst also having space for a breakfast table and access to both outside areas. A utility room leads off the kitchen.
To the lower floor is a study/bedroom 4 and well-appointed shower room. There is also an integral door into the garage, which is equipped to take a town car, whilst offering storage solutions. To the first floor are three bedrooms and a bathroom, all beautifully appointed. Overall he house offers ease of living within a fine period home, offering uninterrupted views of the Georgian city of Bath.
To the front of the property is a driveway suitable for a town car leading to the single integral garage with up-and-over door. There are steps accessed via an ornate iron gate that leads up to the front paved courtyard. This courtyard has extensive views across the valley over Bath's southern slopes. There is a timber door opening in a Bath stone wall, which leads to the side of the property and a private paved courtyard. This is ideal for al fresco dining with easy access off the kitchen. There is subtle lighting for entertaining long into the evening. Further to the other side of the house and accessed off the breakfast room is another courtyard with timber deck. The garden/outside space has been designed with minimal maintenance in mind, making it easy to lock up and leave.