Lansdown Crescent is among one of the best examples of Georgian architecture to be found in the country and its prestigious homes are arguably the most sought after in the whole of the city.
Bath is a World Heritage Site famed for its Georgian architecture and Roman heritage and provides an extensive range of business, entertainment and cultural facilities along with two universities.
There are well-regarded schools in both the state and independent sectors and a mainline rail link to London Paddington (journey time from approx. 85 mins) and Bristol Temple Meads (journey time from approx. 15 mins).
12 Lansdown Crescent, believed to be the former home of Lloyd George, is a beautiful Bath property. The apartment is located within one of Bath's most highly regarded crescents, offering over 2,200 sq ft of exceptional space and versatile accommodation.
There is a front courtyard entrance to the main front door which has a long corridor, providing access to two spacious double bedrooms and a bathroom. The dining room is entered from the hallway and the open central courtyard with a spiral staircase lies to the side. The courtyard is also accessed from the impressive living room, which is truly magnificent. An equipped kitchen is open to the living room which has a magnificent lantern skylight, allowing an abundance of light to this room and beyond.
The basement has stone wine racking which could offer other ideas. There is lots of storage throughout the apartment which contribute to its unique qualities and appeal.