For Sale, Lansdown Crescent is arguably the most sought after of all Bath's Georgian crescents due to its elevated position overlooking the city. One of only seven complete houses, No. 16 has elegant proportions, gracious reception rooms, a large garden and ample private parking.
16 Lansdown Crescent is a classical townhouse with well-proportioned rooms on each floor giving the property a sense of space and light. Whilst needing some cosmetic updating, the house is well presented with period features such as high ceilings, stone flags, magnificent large sash windows and many others.
The grand hallway leads to a large well-appointed dining room and separate kitchen / breakfast room. The conservatory overlooks the lawned garden with doors leading out. There is also a guest cloakroom on this floor.
An elegant curved staircase takes you to the lower ground floor where there are two double bedrooms, one with an adjoining bathroom and the other with a dressing room and separate bathroom. There is also a utility room / secondary kitchen and the cellar is accessed via a trap door from this floor. There is separate access to this floor from the front and rear courtyards and vaults.
The large first floor drawing room has three impressive sash windows providing spectacular views across the city whilst a smaller room overlooking the garden makes a lovely study or snug. There is a further guest cloakroom on this floor.
The principal bedroom has stunning views, a walk-in dressing room and en-suite shower room. There is also a further bedroom and bathroom.
The top floor can be a self-contained one bedroom flat or a superb entertaining space, with a private roof terrace.
The landscaped garden links to the double garage and private off-street parking.
Lansdown Crescent is arguably the most sought after of all Bath's Georgian crescents due to its elevated position overlooking the city. The property is just a short walk to the city centre of Bath where you can experience a vast array of shopping and entertainment facilities, including The Theatre Royal, the Roman Baths and Pump Rooms and many more cultural venues such as the Holburne Museum. The city is also renowned for its fantastic choice of superb restaurants, cafes and bars.
Bath Spa Station provides high speed rail links to London Paddington (90 minutes). The M4 motorway is approximately 10 miles to the north of the city and Bristol Airport is 18 miles to the west.