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Property of the Month

  This beautiful six bedroom Georgian town house in Bath is an incredible home with plenty of space for all the family. With a wealth of fascinating period detail, the property offers stylish living in one of the most beautiful cities in the country. Described by the Daily Telegraph as ‘elegant accommodation on a grand scale’, there is an abundance of space over the five floors of this immaculately presented home, with views through the lovely sash windows of Sydney Gardens and the Holburne museum. The lower ground floor also offers a great opportunity to put your own stamp on the property as this area of the house remains unmodernised. One of the last remaining houses on Sydney Place (many have been converted into apartments) the area has a great historical background as it was one of the few terraces in Bath to be regarded extremely highly and so was home to many noble residents including Queen Charlotte and The Duke of Clarence who later became King William IV. Bath itself has plenty to offer with many museums, restaurants and of course the famous Roman baths, which you can experience for yourself at the Thermae Bath Spa. For more information on both the property and Bath please visit the Winkworth Bath website.

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This beautiful six bedroom Georgian town house in Bath is an incredible home with plenty of space for all the family. With a wealth of fascinating period detail, the property offers stylish living in one of the most beautiful cities in the country.

Described by the Daily Telegraph as ‘elegant accommodation on a grand scale’, there is an abundance of space over the five floors of this immaculately presented home, with views through the lovely sash windows of Sydney Gardens and the Holburne museum. The lower ground floor also offers a great opportunity to put your own stamp on the property as this area of the house remains unmodernised.

One of the last remaining houses on Sydney Place (many have been converted into apartments) the area has a great historical background as it was one of the few terraces in Bath to be regarded extremely highly and so was home to many noble residents including Queen Charlotte and The Duke of Clarence who later became King William IV.

Bath itself has plenty to offer with many museums, restaurants and of course the famous Roman baths, which you can experience for yourself at the Thermae Bath Spa.

For more information on both the property and Bath please visit the Winkworth Bath website.

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