A simply exquisite Grade II listed Georgian townhouse in a highly desirable central location.
Bridgerton House is a simply exquisite townhouse which dates from 1753 by the renowned architect Thomas Jelly, and forms part of a magnificent Grade II listed terrace of properties in the centre of Bath. The property has been the subject of a full, yet sympathetic refurbishment over the years and combines a wealth of period features and charm with a contemporary style. The property has residential usage on the ground, first, second and third floors and commercial office usage on the lower ground. Now more than ever this arrangement is proving incredibly popular with buyers. The property is entered into a spacious entrance hallway. The ground floor has a beautiful kitchen to the rear and the dining room to the front.
On the first floor is a truly impressive drawing with a wonderful outlook through three sash windows. To the rear is a well-proportioned withdrawing room. The layout is versatile on upper floors with the principal suite spanning the whole of the second floor meaning one gets a true sense of luxury. The main bedroom is to the front with an en suite shower room. There is a spacious dressing room or potentially another bedroom. In addition this floor comprises another shower room.
On the third floor are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The lower floor with the aforementioned commercial usage has a bathroom and terrific size room to the front and a further office at the rear. There is access to the garden at this level and a utility room. The property also has access to two vaults under the pavement to the front of the property. The two offices could be converted back into two additional bedrooms (subject to the necessary contents being obtained).
A door to the rear of the property opens into a beautifully landscaped communal garden.
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This has got to be one of the finest properties in central Bath. The refurbishment is second to none.Jack King