Occupying a magnificent position within one of the most historic and architecturally finest Georgian streets in Bath, the discerning buyer is offered the rare opportunity to join such illustrious names as William Wilberforce, Napoleon III and Admiral Earl Howe in owning property in Great Pulteney Street. The city centre is within approximately 0.2 miles past the fountain at Laura Place and across the famous Pulteney Bridge. The Recreation Ground - home of Bath Rugby Club is located on the opposite side of Great Pulteney Street.
To the rear of the property the carefully manicured gardens of Henrietta Park can be enjoyed, as can the larger and more formal Sydney Gardens at the end of Great Pulteney Street. From Sydney Gardens, attractive walks and cycle rides may be enjoyed along the Kennet and Avon Canal giving access to beautiful open countryside. The wide range of amenities including extensive shopping, museum theatre and art galleries are available in the city centre, whilst Waitrose is within approx. 0.2 miles on foot.
A beautifully presented two bedroom apartment in the highly regarded "Fitzroy House" development. This apartment has the benefit of its own access via steps from street level to a courtyard garden and onto the front door. Once inside you are greeted by spacious entrance hall with utility cupboard and a further storage cupboard. To the front of the apartment is a spacious kitchen (Bulthaup)/dining/sitting room.
To the rear is the principal bedroom with en-suite shower room. The current owner has turned the second bedroom into a dressing room which could be reverted back to a bedroom if one wished. There is a generous size family bathroom.