Offers in Excess of £2,500,000 For Sale

Brock Street, Bath

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Key Features

  • A quite outstanding and remarkable lateral maisonette
  • Completely restored and refurbished to an exacting standard
  • Stunning south facing sun terraces and gardens
  • Four single garages available by separate negotiation
  • Approximately 3,250 sq ft of accommodation
  • Spacious and light, high ceilings, large windows and rich in period features
  • Beautiful balcony off the master bedroom suite
A spacious and wonderful maisonette with approximately 3,250 square feet of accommodation. An unusual lateral conversion across two 18th century co-joined houses designed by John Wood the Elder (1770).

A spacious and wonderful maisonette with approximately 3,250 square feet of accommodation. An unusual lateral conversion across two 18th century co-joined houses designed by John Wood the Elder (1770).

With light and spacious living accommodation, high ceilings and large windows, the property is rich in period features throughout. All the conveniences of modern living have been tastefully blended into a superb Grade II Georgian home that feels more like a small grand house than an apartment.

Three other lovely owner-occupied flats make up a well-maintained and much loved historical building painstakingly restore.

This quite outstanding property represents a remarkable opportunity to live in a very special place, perfectly located between The Royal Crescent and The Circus, with a stunning south facing garden and idyllic aspect overlooking the gravel walk.

Less than ten minutes on foot to the city centre of Bath, a World Heritage city, offering a full range of retail outlets together with an excellent selection of wine bars and restaurants and cultural interests such as the Holburne Museum, Theatre Royal and Thermae Spa. More locally there are a number of individual retail shops within Margaret’s Buildings together with restaurants and hotels.

Bath Spa Railway Station is within a fifteen minute stroll and other communications include the M4, Junction 18, approximately 10 miles to the north, Bristol Airport, approximately 20 miles, and London Heathrow approximately 100 miles.

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