An immaculate Grade I listed Georgian townhouse with a garden, and self-contained apartment, all in a prestigious central Bath location.
The scale of Georgian architecture is impressive on every floor of this stylish townhouse. Decorated throughout by professional interior designers, number 34 is immaculate, with quality fixtures and finishes throughout.Inside, a light and airy hallway has tiled flooring and an ornate ceiling arch - its shape echoing the entrance and ground floor front windows. There are two reception rooms, both with period fireplaces, generous ceiling heights, and windows with shutters. Wedding doors between the two rooms allow them to be one space or divided into two; the same applies to the reception rooms on the first floor.Upstairs, there's a laundry room on the half-landing and on the first floor, there are two reception rooms - again, both capacious with beautiful fireplaces and windows. On the second floor, the luxurious principal bedroom is decorated in soft, calming hues and features floor-to-ceiling wardrobes and curtains. The adjacent bathroom has marble tiled flooring and shower, a freestanding bath, and a double handbasin unit. The third floor is home to two further bedrooms and a family bathroom (the other bedrooms in the house are both suites - ideal for guests - and are situated on the half landings between the ground and lower floors).Decor in the hallway down to the lower ground floors has a more contemporary feel, with glass-paneled balustrades on the staircase, spotlighting and dark, painted walls. At lower ground level, there's a cosy media room (great for family movie night), utility, WC, and kitchen/dining room that opens onto the garden via bi-fold glass doors. It's a light space thanks to the lantern skylight and the room connects well to the outside spaces, the tiled flooring continuing from the inside, out. The kitchen has a large Aga range and gas hob, American-style fridge/freezer, and breakfast bar. The painted wooden units have marble worktops, the same material used for the bespoke dining table with built-in banquette seating.Throughout this elegant home, quality historical details such as paneled doors and windows, window shutters, dado rails, ornate coving, traditional column radiators and original fireplaces have either been refurbished or replaced and are in perfect condition. The self-contained apartment can be accessed internally on the lower ground floor, as well as via steps down at the front of the property where there is also a courtyard and storage vault. Gardens and GroundsThe walled garden has stone paving throughout and features three outdoor 'rooms' - a dining space closest to the house/kitchen, a central courtyard with a water feature,s and a raised terrace for outdoor furniture and relaxing. Trellising extends the wall height, creating privacy and a framework for orna-mental trees and shrubs. At the rear of the garden, steps up lead to a gate and to two private RENTED parking spaces.
Henrietta Street is adjacent to Laura Place Fountain and Great Pulteney Street, the widest and grand-est street in Bath, connecting Bath city centre with Bathwick via Pulteney Bridge. Bath has a wide range of independent retailers, restaurants, museums, theatre and art galleries, all of which are close by; Waitrose supermarket is within 0.2 miles on foot. To the rear of the property the gardens of Hen-rietta Park with its fine selection of trees can be enjoyed, as can the larger and more formal Sydney Gardens at the end of Great Pulteney Street.