A fabulous apartment in an exceptional building and a world-class address.
This exquisite upper floor apartment is all about quality and opportunity. From the moment you turn the corner and walk into the spectacle that is ‘The Royal Crescent’, you will know you have arrived. This is probably one of the most revered locations in Europe and justifiably so. There is an advantage here to purchase a ‘bite size’ piece of one of the most expensive and coveted Georgian addresses in Bath. More importantly, in a Grade 1 Listed building that is beautifully restored, presented and well managed.
The advantages of being on the upper floor are the views, especially from this particular building and apartment. They sweep over the manicured gardens, on to the parkland of The Approach Golf Course, across to the uniformed chimney pots of St James’s Square and up to the skyline. Best of all, and a very rare feature, it has lift access.
The apartment has recently been refurbished and styled to the highest of standards. Much thought has gone into storage and function. So the apartment has a well-fitted and understated kitchen, to include larder cupboards, storage cupboards, dishwasher, full size fridge freezer, oven and hob. The shower room is all about luxury and pampering and is in-keeping with a more traditional style. In the hall there is a large storage/cloaks cupboard and a further utility cupboard housing the pressurised water system with plumbing for a washing machine. Even the radiators are period in design.
The Royal Crescent, designed by the architect John Wood, the Younger and built between 1767 and 1774, is central to everything that is Bath; including parks, local shops, museums, art galleries, The Theatre Royal, Spa hotels and further landmark locations.
A short stroll through Royal Victoria Park will lead you to the cosmopolitan city centre with unique shopping experiences as well as many fi ne dining destinations.
Bath is renowned for it’s Georgian architecture all complemented by the many parks and public spaces such as the riverside park of The Parade Gardens, access to the Kennett and Avon Canal, Henrietta Park and Sydney Gardens, as well as the open space and home ground of Bath Rugby and Cricket Club.
Bath is a vibrant city and offers something for everyone.
Bath has easy access to London via the M4 (90minutes) and train (90 minutes). It is 12 miles from Bristol and a 45-minute drive to Bristol International Airport. Drive a few miles in any direction out of the city to discover protected undulated countryside and idyllic villages.