Great Pulteney Street, Bath. BA2 4DP

£1,300 pcm Let Agreed
DESCRIPTION
An exciting opportunity to let this elegant, newly refurbished, two bedroom garden apartment in one of Georgian Bath's premier residential locations. Large windows and tall ceilings abound.

LOCATION
Great Pulteney Street justifiably enjoys its place as one of the jewels in the crown of Georgian path. Lying between the exquisite Pulteney Bridge and the clipped lawns of Sydney Gardens and the Holbourne Museum it is within less than ½ miles? level walk of the city centre. Great Pulteney Street was set out by the celebrated architect Thomas Baldwin in 1789 and is now considered one of Europe's finest and widest Georgian streets. Notable residents who have made their homes here include William Wilberforce, Louis XVIII of France, Louis Napoleon Bonaparte, Admirals Hood and Howe and Lord Lytton. Bath city centre offers a wide range of amenities including extensive shopping, theatre and art galleries, whilst a more local array of day to day shopping can be found in nearby Bathwick Street. A choice of local schools is available within the area including The Royal High School for Girls, King Edwards School and Kingswood School on Lansdown. Commuters will be pleased to note that excellent rail services are afforded within 10-15 minutes' walk from Bath Spa Station, with high-speed links to London Paddington taking approximately 90 minutes. Junction 18 of the M4 giving access to London, Bristol and the M5 serving the Midlands and South West is located at Tormarton some 10 miles north of the City.

Property Features

  • Enjoying one of Georgian Baths most prestigious residential addresses
  • With 1/2 miles' level walk of the city centre
  • Large windows and tall ceilings
  • Two bedrooms, bathroom and further en-suite washroom to Master bedroom
  • Living room with fitted kitchen and bay window overlooking rear garden
  • Further vault storage room off front courtyard
  • Ideally placed for access to Sydney Gardens and the Kennet and Avon Canal
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