This 8-bedroom suite Georgian terrace (3,971 sq ft) retains all the period features one would expect, including:
* Large sash windows
* Wrought-iron balconettes on the first and second floor
* Open cast-iron fireplaces
* Detailed cornicing
* The original bath stone surrounds of the ovens on the lower ground floor
* And the grand proportions and ceiling heights of an impressive Georgian terrace.
The property is positioned centrally in a terrace of 15 similar architecturally important
properties, with just an 8-minute walk to the Roman Baths.
The property has had extensive infrastructure works, including new electrics, a fire safety system, lighting, and a new twin-boiler pressured system with a holding tank to ensure that all bathrooms can run at the same time.
All of the property's windows have been refurbished and repaired, with its door frames and door stops all repaired or replaced and newly plastered walls and ceilings.
There are some finishing works required that the buyers would take on to suit their style and taste. These include, tiling, showers, baths, light fittings, the fitting of floors or carpets, and any interior design and furniture.
A full interior design package is available on request from the architect.
There is a reception area with a separate cloakroom that could be used as a hotel-style concierge/reception — or could be made into another lettable suite.
The lower ground-floor suite affords a generous garden that faces east, and the views to the rear of the property stretch across Bath to the hills beyond.
This superb property offers a rare versatility in the centre being of interest to investors.
Bladud Buildings is a splendid terrace of Georgian properties located at the bottom of Lansdown Road and adjoining the architecturally renowned Paragon.
It's at the end of a row of similar residential/commercial premises including a bookshop, a
wedding dress maker, and a recruitment agent.
Bath city centre is on your doorstep here providing numerous cultural, leisure and
shopping facilities — including the Thermae Bath Spa, the Theatre Royal, a variety of art galleries and museums, as well as premiership rugby.
Bath is a World Heritage city that is famous for its Georgian architecture and Roman origins and is positioned in the River Avon valley, close to the M4 (J18 10 miles).
London Paddington is 90 minutes from Bath Spa station. The city is well served with schools, a college and two universities.
From Queen Square proceed North up Gay Street and follow the road round to the right onto George Street. At the second pair of traffic lights, you will see the property across the junction on the right-hand side of the road — a few doors up from Toppings Bookshop.