Gay Street is situated in the heart of Bath, with The Circus, Brock Street and The Royal Crescent to the north and the city centre to the south.
There are local amenities on Brock Street as well as the picturesque shopping promenade of Margaret's Buildings.
There is a range of schools in both the public and state sector with Kingswood, The Royal High School and King Edwards all close by.
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 is a mainline rail link to London Paddington (journey time from 75 mins) and Bristol Temple Meads (journey time from 15 mins). Junction 18 of the M4 motorway is about 9 miles to the north and Bristol International airport is some 20 miles to the north west.
29 Gay Street is a truly exquisite Grade I listed townhouse. The property was converted from commercial usage to residential around 8 years ago and has the benefit of a wealth of period features and charm. The central staircase with roof lantern is really quite exceptional and there is a beautiful glazed balcony/garden room to the rear. Other impressive features include beautiful cornicing, shutters and sash windows.
The property is entered into a spacious entrance hall which leads through to a truly impressive reception hallway with a magnificent staircase leading to the upper floors. Natural light streams down the stairwell and into the hallway via a beautiful roof lantern. The kitchen is situated to the rear of the property and has been very well designed to maximise the space. There are a range of base and wall units with integrated appliances and a terrific central island unit. There is plenty of space for a breakfast table and there is direct access out to a wonderful terrace. To the front of the property is a formal dining room with views out to Gay Street.
On the first floor are two exceptional reception spaces, the sitting room and the drawing room. The drawing room is to the front of the property and has a wonderful outlook through three sash windows to Gay Street. The sitting room, to the rear of the property, is, like the rest of the house, very well proportioned. The room has a beautiful glazed sun room off the back with ornate stained glass.
On the second floor are two excellent size double bedrooms, both with en suites. On the top floor are three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The lower floor of the property is incredibly versatile and has a spacious room to the front, currently a bedroom. There is a shower room and utility room, as well as access to the garden.
The property has the unusual benefit of a terrace off the kitchen at first floor level, ideal for outside dining and entertaining. There is a walled garden below.