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This ground floor apartment is currently arranged as two bedrooms with an internal kitchen and the beautifully proportioned drawing room to the front of the townhouse making the most of the crescent’s glorious position elevated above the city. Self-contained within a fine Grade I Listed townhouse, the ground floor is often the most popular level and with the benefit of a small lawned garden to the rear is sure to attract much interest. It must be noted that this apartment is in need of a major refurbishment and would benefit from an architect who understands the rules of a listed building to re-design and enhance this potentially great city home.
Lansdown Crescent is amongst the greatest examples of Georgian architecture to be found in the country and these prestigious homes are amongst the most sought after in the City occupying an enviable and peaceful position with views over Bath. The crescent has all the advantages of being on the northern slopes of the city whilst still being within a pleasant walk down Cavendish Road, passing the Approach Golf Course and to the local shops in St James’s Square and Margaret’s Buildings. Bath is home to many elegant crescents and streets interspersed with parks and recreational areas, including Lansdown Crescent where sheep are often grazing on the green to the front. Bath has some of the finest shopping, theatres and restaurants to be found outside of London as well as excellent communications with a high-speed train service to London Paddington and access to Junction 18 of the M4.
Term of Lease: 983 years remaining. Services: All mains connected. Council Tax Band E.
Grade I Listed
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