An elegant lateral first-floor apartment spread over two Grade I listed Georgian townhouses, in the centre of Bath.
Every aspect of this beautiful property is impressive: from its classical Georgian facade, through to its spacious and elegant proportions. This is a beautifully presented three bedroom apartment within a development of three townhouses (converted 1999 - 2000). The apartment is one of the largest, spanning across two buildings and occupying the principal first floor. It is accessed via a communal entrance hall from street level and stairs leading up to its private front door. Once inside you are greeted by an entrance hall with all accommodation leading off. To the front of the building is the drawing room with grand sash windows overlooking Great Pulteney Street and fine period detail. The principal bedroom also enjoys the same aspect. Bedroom two with en suite is to the rear. Up a few stairs from the hall is a study lined with bookshelves that could also be used as an occasional third bedroom if required. A formal dining room leads to a breakfast room and kitchens over two levels. There are communal vaults to the building housing meters, mains services and recycling bins
Commissioned by Sir William Pulteney, designed by Thomas Baldwin and completed in 1792, Great Pulteney Street is considered one of the most iconic and grandest streets in Bath with some of the finest examples of Georgian terraced townhouses. Bath is famed for its architecture and Roman history, as well as a cultural hub in the region and boasts several renowned venues including the Bath Abbey, the Theatre Royal and the Assembly Rooms amongst other famous historic sites and museums. It also offers a wealth of cultural, business and recreational facilities together with excellent schooling and two universities. These include Prior Park, Monkton Combe, King Edwards School, The Royal High School for Girls and Kingswood. Communication links are excellent with a mainline railway from Bath Spa Station to London Paddington and there is easy access to the M4 motorway (10 miles) at Junction 18 for the Midlands, Southwest, Wales, London and Southeast. Bristol Airport lies 17 miles to the west, offering domestic and international flights.