An immaculately presented three double bedroom lower ground garden maisonette. Built in 1795 and Grade II listed it has been sympathetically and beautifully refurbished retaining period features throughout. Spacious accommodation over two floors with its own private entrance providing kitchen/diner, sitting room, study/utility, 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.
This maisonette apartment is found on the lower ground floor of a Grade II Listed townhouse just off of the highly desired Great Pulteney Street, in the centre of the city. You access the property down a stone staircase leading down to a small front courtyard. The private entrance hallway gives access to the sitting room and the utility room/converted vaults. The sitting room is a very spacious, comfortable room retaining the remains of the Bath stone fireplaces that would have housed the range ovens for the original larger Georgian property. Along the hallway you find bedroom one which overlooks the garden to the rear and benefits from a private bathroom with a decorated tiled floor, free standing roll-top bath and a walk-in shower. To the rear aspect at this level is the newly fitted kitchen with natural stone flooring and granite worktops, integrated appliances and space for a dining table with glazed double doors opening onto the enclosed south-west facing garden.
To the front aspect at this level, from the hallway, you access the converted vaults with a utility/study room leading to a further reception TV/cinema room. This in-turn leads to another double bedroom with luxury ensuite bathroom. Stairs lead down to the lower level where you find a further double bedroom suite with private shower room with WC.
The south-west aspect garden is a real sun-trap to be enjoyed during the finer weather. Enclosed by fencing it has been designed to be low maintenance and provides plenty of space for exercise and alfresco dining or to just unwind. It is accessed via double doors from the kitchen and has pedestrian access via a path leading to the street at the front aspect.
Edward Street is found towards the eastern end of Great Pulteney Street which is one of the most highly desired addresses in the city alongside The Royal Crescent and The Circus. A very short walk from the property takes you to the Holburne Museum and Sydney Gardens, whilst at the western end of Great Pulteney Street you have the 'gateway to the city' via the famous Pulteney Bridge. Bath Spa train station, Southgate Shopping centre, Waitrose, Bath Recreation ground and the Kennet & Avon canal are all within a level walking distance of the property. You really are quite simply a short walk from everything the city has to offer.
There will be £18,750 Stamp Duty payable if the transaction completes by or before 30th June. After this time there will be £31,250 Stamp Duty payable until 31st September.
Share of Freehold
Lease is 999 years from 1995.
Pets allowed on a management company license.
Management Company: Bower house Property Management. Management Charge: £100 pcm
On-Street - Zone 1 parking permit
Band - C
Band - E
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