Beauford Square, Bath

3 Bedroom House | Bath, BA1 1HJ

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£650,000 Guide Price
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Property Features

  • A fine example of a Grade II Listed residence set in a quiet location over looking Beauford Square
  • Kitchen/breakfast room, living room, dining room/bedroom four, home office
  • Versatile accommodation spread over 4 floors, with many retained period features
  • Three bedrooms, bathroom, cloakroom
  • Situated in a pretty quiet location, within the heart of the city of Bath
  • Freehold, EPC rating D, Council Tax band E, Residents permit parking

Property Summary

An exquisite Grade II Listed property forming part of the famous Beauford Square. Recently recognised for its part within the filming of Bridgeton. Living room, dining room/bedroom four, three bedrooms, home office, family bathroom, cloakroom.

Full Details

Full Details

An exquisite Grade II Listed property forming part of the famous Beauford Square. Laid in 1730 to a design of John Strathan, but more recently recognised for its part within the filming of Bridgeton. This charming Georgian home provides versatile accommodation benefitting from many original features. The ground floor offers a living room, a well equipped kitchen/breakfast room and a cloakroom, stairs to the lower ground floor provides access to the dining room/bedroom four with its original flagstone flooring. The first floor has a generous east facing principle bedroom, flooded with light and a further double bedroom. The upper floor consists of a further double bedroom, home office
ursery and a family bathroom.

Beauford Square is situated in the heart of Bath, a stone throw away from the Bath Theatre Royal, with The Circus, Brock Street and The Royal Crescent to the north, Abbey and Thermae spa to the south.

Bath is a World Heritage Site famed for its Georgian architecture and Roman heritage and provides an extensive range of business, entertainment and cultural facilities along with two universities. There is a range of schools in both the public and state sector with Kingswood, The Royal High School and King Edwards all close by.

Bath Spa train station is within a ten minute walk providing a link to London Paddington (journey time from 75 mins) and Bristol Temple Meads (journey time from 15 mins). Junction 18 of the M4 motorway is about 9 miles to the north and Bristol International airport is some 20 miles to the north west.


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