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A smart modern mews home beautifully presented and arranged over three floors to provide a versatile layout including a private walled courtyard. The ground floor entrance is flanked by the integral garage and the study or bedroom four. Also on this floor is the family bathroom and two further bedrooms which both benefit from double doors opening out onto a private courtyard. Of particular note is the first floor accommodation with an L shaped open plan sitting room and dining room with windows and double doors opening out to a private terrace. The enviable location within the sweep of mews homes adds to the appeal. From the dining area, double doors open into the modern kitchen which allows the whole space to be opened up for entertaining, but be closed if desired when cooking. The second floor houses the master bedroom suite which benefits from a wall of fitted cupboards and an en-suite bathroom including a separate shower cubicle.
Crescent Lane was built in this Century to create a sweep of contemporary city mews located behind the gardens of the world famous Georgian Royal Crescent. To the front of these stylish modern homes is a public green and opposite this is St James' Square; Bath’s only residential Georgian Square which buzzes with life due to the amenities including a delicatessen, coffee shop, public house, newsagents and a chemist. Walking into the city, one can stroll along the pedestrianised Margaret’s Buildings with its boutiques and bistros into Brock Street and The Circus ending at the top of George Street with the city at your feet. A walk past such iconic architecture is quite something.
Both the ground floor courtyard and first floor terrace are paved and can be designed with potted plants to create a super city centre outside space. With outside wall lighting on the upper terrace and double doors opening from the reception room it adds a further dimension when entertaining.
Services: All mains connected. Term of Lease: 999 years from 01.06.2003. Ground Rent £250pa.
Council Tax Band F.
L-Shaped Sitting and Dining Room
Mews Home Behind The Royal Crescent
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