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A first class Grade I Listed Georgian townhouse offers the divine features of the period enhanced by a stylish interior design. The layout of this stunning city home works so well for the modern day family. The all important open plan kitchen and dining room are situated on the ground floor; with direct access from the study to the walled garden, this is often seen as the perfect scenario. The first floor drawing and withdrawing room offer a dual aspect of the bustling city contrasting with the fabulous greenery of the west facing gardens, which open on to the famous gravel walk leading up to the Royal Crescent. The five bedrooms are served by two extremely stylish contemporary bathrooms whilst the lower ground floor provides a great family room and utility room but could also be self-contained if desired. With outstanding proportioned rooms, retained period features such as fine corniced ceiling and period fire places complemented by a smart interior; this is truly a perfect gem.
Gay Street is situated in the very heart of Bath with The Circus, Brock Street and The Royal Crescent a stroll away. A walk down to Milsom Street and the city centre, offering an array of cultural and leisure facilities with some of the finest shops and restaurants to be found outside London. Bath Spa train station allows access to London Paddington and the M4 (Junction 18) is approximately 10 miles distant. There is an excellent range of schools in both the public and state sector. Bath is one of only three UK World Heritage Cities and this property is ideally placed to walk into Bath and enjoy all it offers including The Theatre Royal and Bath Festivals Trust, providing an eclectic programme of events over the year.
Of particular note is the most glorious west facing walled garden. From the ground floor there is a terrace of pennant stone adjacent to the house with a smart wooden gazebo providing a sheltered seating area. At the far end of the garden is a glazed summer house offering a further area for covered summer dining or a particularly stylish potting shed and garden room. In-between these two delightful areas is the parterre garden designed to create an all-season garden with formal structure including box hedging, rosemary and yew. Planted within the evergreen hedges is a summer palette of lavender, roses and delphiniums adding a further dimension to this beautiful city garden.
Council Tax Band G.
5 Reception Rooms
Grade I Listed
Impressive Walled Garden
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