Situated in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath in one of the principal shopping areas of the city, this fashionable street benefits from being home to an array of designer retailers and popular restaurants which cater for a variety of styles and tastes.
Bath Spa train station is approximately 0.4 miles from the development and provides a regular train service into central London with journey times from 75 minutes, and from 15 minutes to Bristol.
As you would expect there are also a range of amenities including supermarkets, cafes and a plethora of independent retailers.
Apartment 11 is located on the top floor of this fine development on Milsom Street and provides spacious accommodation over one floor.
The apartment is entered into an excellent size hallway with a spacious living room offering views over Milsom Street. There is a separate kitchen with attractive glazed vaulted ceiling. In addition there is a double bedroom with fitted wardrobe and a separate shower room.
Milsom Apartments is a unique residential development of 14 apartments within a Grade II listed building and combines a traditional Georgian exterior with contemporary internal elegance. This exceptional development by Bath-based developer Longacre is perfect for those who desire convenient city living in an iconic Bath location. The third floor is set well above street level and provides the perfect view of Georgian Bath. Each apartment has been meticulously designed in order to utilise every square metre of space effectively, offering a combination of Georgian elegance and contemporary modern living.
Milsom Street was first built in 1762 and gets its name from Daniel Milsom a school master and member of the Corporation who leased this last strip of untouched land between the old town and the new architecture on the hill. During this early period until 1830 Bath was the place to be for out-of-London social activity. At this time Milsom Street was seen as a very fashionable Georgian thoroughfare and is mentioned several times in the works of Jane Austen.
James Jolly, the original owner of the business Jolly's, first took occupation of 12 Milsom Street in 1823 and over the next 100 years the business would go on to acquire numbers 9, 10, 11, 13 and 14 to create an impressive shop frontage. In 1970 the business was taken over by Dingles of Plymouth which would in turn be bought by House of Fraser in 1971, who also acquired 7 and 8 Milsom Street to expand the Jolly's building further.