Sion Hill Place is one of Bath's hidden treasures. Dating from 1818 and designed by John Pinch, one of Bath's most renowned architects, this stunning terrace is one of his finest works; described by Walter Ison in 'The Georgian Buildings of Bath' as being "…situated amidst surroundings of park-like beauty on the high ground of Sion Hill. The simple elegance of the elevation is reflective of the best contemporary taste."
It is also the last and highest of the Georgian terraces to be built in Bath. Poised between town and country, Sion Hill Place is ideally situated for rural walks in the neighbouring countryside along The Cotswold Way, or for access to the city centre past The Approach Golf Course and through Royal Victoria Park.
Bath is a World Heritage City renowned for its Georgian architecture and Roman heritage. The city offers a wide variety of leisure, cultural and business amenities along with a variety of excellent schools in both the state and private sector. Communication links are good, with a regular mainline rail service from Bath Spa to London Paddington (journey time from 75 minutes) and Bristol Temple Meads (journey time from 15 mins) .
This flat is beautifully presented lower ground floor apartment which has been in the same ownership since 2006 and has undergone significant upgrading in that time.
The apartment has the benefit of access through the buildings main front door and also independently from the front via external steps. To the front of the property is a kitchen and dining area. The main sitting room is a wonderful room with beautiful sash window and fireplace with gas insert. In the middle of the apartment is the bathroom and main bedroom along with useful storage cupboards.
To the rear of the property are two converted vaults which the current owners use as bedrooms. They have also covered over with glass, the rear courtyard providing an exceptional study/further reception space.