A fully refurbished three double bedroom courtyard garden maisonette. Grade I listed it has been sympathetically and beautifully restored retaining period features throughout. Spacious accommodation over two floors providing kitchen/diner, sitting room, study/reception room, three double bedrooms, ensuite and bathroom. Ideal for family living, pied-a-terre or as a short term holiday rental investment. Depending on requirements the second reception room could be utilised as an additional fourth bedroom.
Great Pulteney Street is one of the most highly desired addresses in the city alongside The Royal Crescent and The Circus. At the eastern end of this grand street you have the Holburne Museum and Sydney Gardens, whilst at the western end you have the gateway to the city via the famous Pulteney Bridge. This particular property sits on the corner of Johnstone Street adjacent to the Lara Place fountain next to Pulteney Bridge. You are quite simply a short walk from everything the city has to offer.
Radiator. Fuse box and meter. Stone flooring. Access to vaults, kitchen/diner, sitting room and reception room.
Two 2-pane sash windows to rear aspect. Two Anthracite school radiators. Feature fireplace. Ceiling rose. Storage cupboard. Industrial pendant light fittings. Television, internet and telephone points. Access to rear courtyard.
Kitchen / Diner
Two 2-pane sash windows to front aspect. Newly fitted wall and floor units with soft white granite worktops and splash back. 1.5 stainless steel sink with mixer tap over. Integrated Neff oven with electric hob and extractor over. Integrated: microwave, washing machine and fridge/freezer. Two school radiators. Spotlighting. Stone flooring. Open archway access to the sitting room.
Reception Room / Study
Two 12-pane sash windows to the front aspect with working shutters. Feature fireplace. Large cupboard. Anthracite radiator. Telephone point. Decorative ceiling rose.
White suite comprising: walk-in shower with rainforest shower head, wash hand basin with mixer tap over. Low level WC. Cupboard housing Vaillant gas boiler and hot water tank. Black marble tiles to splash prone areas.
Carpeted. Radiator. Spotlights. Access to all rooms.
Two 6-pane windows to rear aspect. Two Anthracite school radiators. Spotlights. Television point. Storage cupboard. Spotlighting. Access to ensuite.
Ensuite Shower Room
White suite comprising: Walk-in shower with rainforest shower head. His and hers wash hand basins with mixer taps over and draws below. Low level WC. Heated towel rail. Smart mirror with led lighting. Floor to ceiling tiles. Spotlighting.
Two 12-pane sash windows to front aspect. Anthracite school radiators. Storage cupboard. Spotlighting.
Two 12-pane sash windows to front aspect. Anthracite school radiator. Spotlighting.
White suite comprising: Tiled bath with shower over and dual mixer taps, Marble wash hand basin with mixer tap and storage cupboard below, Low level WC. Vanity cabinet. Electric towel rail. Extractor fan. Floor to ceiling tiles. extractor fan.
This particular property was occupied by William Pitt the Younger in 1802. He became the youngest Prime Minister in 1783 at the ripe old age of 24. A plaque is mounted on the building frontage to commemorate this.
Great Pulteney Street is a grand thoroughfare that connects Bathwick on the east of the River Avon with the City of Bath via Pulteney Bridge. Commissioned by Sir William Pulteney, it was designed by the architect Thomas Baldwin and completed in 1789. At over 1,000 feet (300 m) long and 100 feet (30 m) wide, the road itself is the widest and the grandest in Bath. However, the architect, Baldwin, designed only the façades of buildings. A variety of owners acquired plots of land along the new street and built the actual structures behind the façades, so that while the street has a visual external unity, the buildings have different internal features, some having been designed as private houses and others as hotels.
Great Pulteney Street was intended to form the centre of a much larger geometrical layout of grand streets, squares and circuses. However, the scheme by Thomas Baldwin to create a whole new town south of the river was hit by financial panic as a result of the French Revolution and the collapse of many banks – including the one funding Baldwin’s grand plans.
There will be £23,750 Stamp Duty payable if the purchase completes by 30th June 2021.
Share of Freehold
Management Charge: £1200 per annum
Ground Rent: TBC
Lease: 999 years from 1/1/2017
Services: All main services are connected
Heating: Gas fired central heating
On-Street - Zone 1 parking permit
Band - E
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