A magnificent six bedroom complete townhouse has come up for sale in one of Bath’s most desirable locations. The house on the famous Lansdown Crescent is absolutely stunning with an amazing drawing room and staggering views.
Lansdown Crescent is better than the Royal Crescent to live; it’s more private, higher up so away from the noise and hustle and bustle. Houses rarely come up for sale on this iconic crescent built by the legendary John Palmer in the late 1700’s.
The inside of number 4, Lansdown Crescent has recently been restored and refurbished so the kitchen and bathrooms have been completely modernised to a very high standard.
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Of particular note is the first floor drawing room. The ceiling heights and proportions are sublime. The drawing room has beautiful cornicing and a marble fireplace. There are three large sash windows to the front offering superb views. A library sits to the rear also with a fireplace and good views back towards St Stephens Church.
A luxurious principal bedroom suite occupies the entire second floor where the views become even more far reaching. There is a bathroom on the half landing. On the top floor there are a further four bedrooms (two en suite) and a shower room.
The lower ground floor could easily be turned into a self contained flat with bed room, sitting room, bathroom and kitchen with separate entrance to the front staircase.
This house really is an one off on this most sumptuous of locations in Bath, a beautiful crescent with a field at the front which famously hosts sheep during certain seasons.
To the rear of the house is an enclosed garden, which has been terraced and landscaped along with well-established borders stocked having a variety of plants and shrubs. There is a wonderful terrace perfect for outdoor dining immediately to the rear of the house and a lower courtyard area also.
The house comes with a single garage and is on the market with Savills, George St, Bath for £4. 25m.