Situated between the fountain at Laura Place and Robert Adam's iconic Pulteney Bridge, Argyle Street is surrounded by illustrious neighbours and can rightfully claim a place at the very heart of Georgian Bath.
The recreation ground and Bath Rugby Club is located nearby (at the end of William Street) and the neatly manicured gardens of Henrietta Park or the more formal Sydney Gardens can be enjoyed in the locality.
From its stunning triple sash window the property overlooks the river and Sydney Gardens with the architecturally imposing and stylistic eclectic Empire Hotel rising above it on Grand Parade.
Delightful walks and cycle rides may be enjoyed along the river and Kennet and Avon Canal giving access to beautiful open countryside.
A truly unique opportunity to purchase an apartment with such a dramatic view. Due to its elevated position (adjacent to the famous Bath landmark of Pulteney Bridge) and large triple sash windows, it allows for views across the weir towards Bath Abbey and follows the river down to the further bridge next to the recreation ground.
This Grade II listed property benefits from the characteristics associated with its age which include high ceilings, cornicing and large proportions. The present owners have renovated internally to create luxurious bath/shower rooms and a lovely fitted kitchen beneath the balustrade mezzanine. The two double bedrooms, one having an en suite shower room, are positioned at the front of the property facing onto Argyle Street. The apartment also enjoys ample storage space throughout.