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The reception hall and stunning staircase are one of the major features of Number 17, designed by John Wood the Elder. The intricate plaster work, restored shutters and beautiful fireplaces are just a few of the features enhanced by the current owner’s recent refurbishment adding cast iron radiators, stylish interior design, polished wooden flooring and subtle mood colours. The drawing room is beautifully proportioned with a shallow bay window looking out to greenery and opens into the library/sitting room. Ascending the wide elegant staircase to the first floor one takes in the quality of the craftsmanship of the restorer of this fine house. This suite comprises a handsome bedroom, a bespoke dressing room which has been fitted with hand made wardrobes including a vanity unit plus a walk-in shower and a separate cloakroom. The second floor suite is beautifully light and airy with views across the gardens of The Circus and the mature trees of the Gravel Walk leading to the Royal Crescent. The luxury bathroom includes a free-standing bath to enjoy the views whilst soaking away the city life just down the road. The top floor has two bedrooms, a shower room and a kitchenette. The courtyard level is beautifully designed with a breakfast room opening to a bespoke kitchen beautifully fitted with hand painted cabinets, integral appliances as well as retaining some of the old features such as the Bath stone ovens. Polished stone flooring flows throughout linking the rooms together including the dining room with a door opening to the small west facing garden. There are two light wells to the front one with an external staircase from the pavement, great for deliveries. Within the vaults are three rooms; a guest room, office and store room.
3 Reception Rooms
Grade I Listed
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