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Cavendish Crescent is Grade II Listed and comprises eleven terraced houses that were designed by John Pinch the Elder. This smart address is conveniently situated on the lower slopes of Lansdown, just below Sion Hill, and takes full advantage of the fine south-westerly prospect. This wonderful maisonette is self contained on the upper floors of one of these townhouses and benefits from just two other homeowners within the building. The cantilevered communal staircase rises to the entrance on the first floor with a private staircase to a study area on a half landing with wonderful views of the neighbouring gardens from the glass atrium. The principal living accommodation is located on one floor with a super drawing room to the front with those stunning views across the city, a central fireplace and bridal doors opening into the dining room, an equally impressive room. The kitchen has bespoke hand painted units and built in seating with room for a dining table close to the window to take in those views. The upper floor houses the master bedroom with plenty of built in wardrobes, two front bedrooms with, yes again the beautiful panorama. There is a further bedroom/study all served by two bathrooms. Of further note is the pretty communal garden located to the front of the crescent which is truly charming.
Cavendish Crescent is situated in an almost unique position in the city, facing south-west and bordering the wonderful parkland of the Approach Golf Course. It is just a stroll through Bath’s only residential square, St James Square, which also has a cluster of individual shops including a delicatessen and café, greengrocers, newsagents, chemist, and popular pub; a village within the city. A walk into town via the world famous Royal Crescent or the pretty paved enclave of Margaret’s Buildings with its boutiques and restaurants is a further reason to live in this desirable location. On a practical note, Bath Spa Station has a journey time of 90 minutes to London Paddington, there is excellent access to Junction 18 of the M4 and there is a bus service from bath to Bristol International Airport.
Services and Lease: All mains connected. Gas central heating. The Lease has 972 years remaining and comes with a share of the Freehold; 8 Cavendish Crescent Ltd. The annual building insurance and any maintenance is split between the three flats proportionally. The upper maisonette has a 40% share.
Stunning Hidden Crescent
Grade II Listed
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