City centre Georgian home with views, currently run as a successful air BnB, averaging £1250 per night. Shop available by separate negotiation.
The HouseClassic Georgian features abound in this Grade II listed flying freehold home - tall ceilings, transom windows, an elegant staircase, shuttered windows, wedding doors, coving details and iron and marble fireplaces. The ground floor hallway extends from front to rear of the property and has just a bathroom, door to the rear courtyard and stairs leading up to other floors. There are half landings between floors, each with good sized rooms that have views to the rear: between the ground and first, there's a snug and twixt the first and second, a generous bathroom.The whole of the first floor is the kitchen/dining and sitting rooms, the two spaces are open plan but can be separated by wedding doors. In the kitchen, there's a large Rangemaster gas range, a ceramic double butler's sink, wooden worktops and painted wooden floorboards. The sitting room has a wrought iron fireplace with stone surround, built-in alcove units and attractive, curved, floor to ceiling, triple sash windows with views down Morford Street, across the city and towards the hills beyond.The views from the second floor windows extend further; there's a rolltop bath positioned in front of the window in the principal bedroom, making it possible to bathe and enjoy the vistas in privacy (this property is elevated beyond the heights of others in its vicinity). There's a second bedroom on this floor with views to the rear.The third floor has two more bedrooms and a shower room. All bathrooms have modern fixtures, quality fittings and attractive tiles.Gardens and GroundsAt the rear, accessed from the ground floor, there's a private courtyard with a faux lawn and decking area with space for outdoor seating.
Number 2 Lansdown is a prominent building, its four floors notably taller than adjacent properties on the lower slopes of Lansdown. This is an historic part of Bath's city centre, just around the corner is Camden Crescent, and just down the road are The Assembly Rooms, The Circus and a range of quality bistros, restaurants and cafes in Saville Row, Russell Street and Alfred Street. As well as its restaurants, Bath is famous for its excellent cultural and leisure amenities including specialist shops, museums, art galleries and theatres. The city also has a highly regarded range of private and state schools, catering for all age groups, which include King Edwards, Kingswood and The Royal High, all within easy reach. There's a high-speed train services from Bath Spa Railway Station to London Paddington (approximately 90 minutes).