Portland Place is a grand terrace of Georgian houses built in 1786 by John Eveleigh. The terrace is Grade II* listed and the buildings offer well proportioned spacious accommodation. This particular property is located on the top floor of No.6 Portland Place.
You enter the property into a communal hallway where stairs climb four floors to the entrance to the flat. Once inside a spacious hallway greets you which provides access to all bedrooms, sitting room and bathroom. Bedroom one to the front aspect is a real highlight with two 12-pane sash windows providing glorious far reaching views over the city and as far as Prior Park house in Combe Down to the south. Bedroom two also affords similar views from a single 12-pane sash window to the front aspect. Bedroom three is another good size double room with views to the rear. The sitting room is a very good size with feature log burner and space for dining with access to the kitchen. The kitchen is a galley style with modern wall and floor units with wooden worktop. Integrated appliances with double oven and 4-ring gas hob with inset sink drainer nicely positioned in line with a window to the side aspect providing lovely views across towards the golf course in Victoria Park. The bathroom has a modern fitted white suite with bath and shower with screen, wash basin, WC and heated towel rail. There is plenty of storage in the apartment and additional space can be found in the communal vaults on the lower ground floor accessed from the street, a useful place for bikes if required.
In Portland Place you are a stones throw from everything that the city has to offer. A short walk takes you to the Royal Crescent, The Circus and Victoria Park for leisure activities. Locally Julian Road and St. Margaret's Buildings offer a range of amenities including Co-Op supermarket, dry cleaners, art gallery, Italian restaurant, hair salon, jewellery store and cafe. There are also a number of highly regarded restaurants within a short walking distance of the property.
'A palace-fronted terrace, 300 ft in length and imposingly raised on low podium with central obelisks. This is a Neoclassical version of the north front of Queen Square, but executed in Eveleigh's characteristically refined manner. It takes full advantage of the sloping site, and its monumentality is accentuated by the triangular opening to Burlington Street in front. The large central house was built for one P.C. Crespigny; other houses were built for Cross, banker of Bath.'
Share of freehold.
Lease is 999 years from 18 October 1991.
Ground rent £10 p.a.
Service charge - £1,990 p.a. (£167pcm incl ground rent)
6 Portland Place Bath Limited
Resident Permit Parking: Zone 7
You will have to pay £2,500 in Stamp Duty.
Your effective stamp duty rate is 0.45%.
The Stamp Duty holiday expires on 31st March 2021.
Band - D
N/A - Grade II* listed
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