Great Pulteney Street, Bath, BA2
Drawing room, Bathroom, 2 bedrooms one with en suite shower room, kitchen/dining room, riverside deck and garden.
Cleveland Bridge was built in in 1827 for horse drawn vehicles and pedestrians to access the city of Bath. The bridge is a Grade II* listed structure with 4 former toll houses positioned, 2 at either end of the bridge.
Number 4 is a 2 bedroom leasehold house arranged over three storeys leading down to a riverside patio and garden area. The property is accessed at street level with a bathroom and dawing room on this level. On the next level down there are two bedrooms with one having a secreted en suite shower room. Stairs then lead down to the lower floor which comprises a high ceilinged kitchen with exposed stone walls and patio doors leading out to the decked area overlooking the river Avon with a small riverside garden giving access for boating and observing life on the river.
Cleveland Bridge is one of the most significant bridges in the city linking the A4 with the A36 in Bathwick. It is a level walk into the shopping cetre of Bath and there are a number of parls and wlks within the ner vicinity (Sydney Gardens and Henrietta Park) and close for cycling on the Kennet and Avon canal.
Guide Price £2,000,000 Freehold
Guide Price £900,000 Freehold
Guide Price £700,000 Freehold