- Grade II listed garden apartment
- Impressive sitting room with Ashlar fireplaces and sash windows
- Kitchen & utility space
- Well proportioned double bedroom with fireplace and fitted wardrobes
- Private entrance, vault and walled rear garden
- Refurbished high quality shower room
- Glazed rear extension to garden
- Prime location in central Bath
This extended garden apartment forms one of five apartments within this Georgian Grade II listed townhouse situated just off Great Pulteney Street. The location is hard to beat for those looking for a central address with access to all that Bath has to offer. Sydney Gardens and Henrietta Park are both on your doorstep and you can nip into Bath via the wide pavements along Great Pulteney Street. The Holburne museum, Bath's first public art gallery, is a short stroll away and the Kennet & Avon canal offers a pleasant change of scenery.
This impressive garden apartment with its own private entrance and vault has quality written all over it. A wrought iron gate from the pavement of Edward Street takes you down some steps to a courtyard and two vaults. One of the vaults is for the private use of the apartment with the other being a common vault shared by the residents in the building and is rather useful for bicycle storage.
Once inside, the entrance leads into a fabulous sitting room with large Ashlar fireplaces to the side wall and two front sash windows to the sunken courtyard. It feels very private. A hall from the sitting has built in cupboards en-route to the kitchen with aperture to the utility where you can enter the walled private garden. A light and bright sun room extension off the utility is a nice space to read with a view of the garden and could also be used as a dining room. You access the bedroom from the extension which is a generous double with attractive period fireplace and fitted wardrobes. The shower room has recently been refurbished with a glazed walk in shower enclosure and a quality finish throughout.
The private walled garden to the rear is a real stand out selling point of the property with a patio seating area and raised plant & shrub borders. The garden is the perfect retreat away from the hustle and bustle of Bath city centre that is literally on your doorstep.
Please note, the below lease details have been provided to us by the vendor. You should check with your solicitor that you are happy with this before proceeding.
Tenure: Leasehold, residue of a 999 year lease from 1986.
Annual service charge of circa £800 per annum.
Ground rent of £30 per annum.
Recess lights. Tiled floor. Radiator. Opens to sitting room.
Sitting Room - 18'3" (5.56m) Max x 13'6" (4.11m) Max
Two sash windows to front. Large ashlar fireplaces with working fire. Radiators. Ceiling rose.
Built-in cupboards and shelving. Opens to kitchen and door to shower room.
Large shower cubicle. Tiled. Sink unit with storage under. Recess lights. Extractor fan. Heated towel rail.
Kitchen leading to Utilty - 22'9" (6.93m) Max x 6'6" (1.98m)
Range of white gloss base units and wall units. One and half sink unit. Cooker and hob with extractor. Space for under counter sink. Utility space with wall mounted combi-boiler and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Heated towel rail. Door to rear garden and door to sun room.
Sun Room To Garden - 10'4" (3.15m) x 8'9" (2.67m)
Sliding door and floor to ceiling window to garden. Velux skylights. Wood flooring. Column radiators. Cupboard.
Bedroom - 15'7" (4.75m) Into Wardrobe Recess x 11'7" (3.53m) Max
Fireplace with hearth. Wall of built-in wardrobes. French doors to sun room. Floorboards. Radiator.
Rear Garden - 20'0" (6.1m) x 20'0" (6.1m)
Walled garden with raised beds and terrace. Outside light and tap.
Suitable for bike storage
Private vault - 17'0" (5.18m) x 7'0" (2.13m)
Door from courtyard. Light.
Bath And North East Somerset Council, Band C
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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