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Royal Crescent is a row of 30 beautiful terraced houses laid out in a sweeping crescent. Designed by the architect John Wood the Younger, built between 1767 & 1774, it is among one of the greatest examples of Georgian architecture to be found in the United Kingdom. Hamptons are excited to bring this exceptionally well presented Grade I listed apartment to the lettings market. Offering so much more than your typical city apartment, the views alone are exceptional; boasting the full view of the Royal Crescent's splendid architecture, residents lawn and city views. Upon entering the property you are welcomed by a luxury communal entrance hall which is professionally cleaned on a weekly basis. The apartment occupies the 2nd floor offering a well equipped kitchen with all mod cons, quality kitchen units & natural stone flooring, the lounge benefits from exceptional views & period features, there is a luxury family bathroom complete with roll top bath, separate shower cubicle, plus en suite shower room off the master bedroom. Nothing has been over looked when it comes to quality or finish, the property offers good storage and is located in one of the most prestigious areas of Bath. Parking is on street & requires a permit.
Royal Crescent is close to Royal Victoria Park. The street that is known today as "Royal Crescent" was originally named "The Crescent." It is claimed that the adjective "Royal" was added at the end of the 18th century after Prince Frederick, Duke of York and Albany had stayed there. Local shopping areas can be found within a flat convenient walk of Royal Crescent in Brock Street, St Margaret's Building's & St James Square all of which offer an abundance of independent traders, Art galleries, Boutiques, Coffee shops, Delicatessens, Gastro pubs as well as Doctors Surgery, Local Dentist and a couple of Pharmacies.
Parking requires a permit.
Access to the Motorway via Lansdown lane and the A46 is convenient for M4. If you regularly commute to London the Bath Spa Railway station offers direct links to Paddington in approximately 90 mins and south west trains.
To suit professionals only
Period features with contemporary mix
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