Cavendish Crescent, Lansdown – Sold

Sold £2,500,000
  • • 5 double bedrooms, 4 en suite, additional shower room & cloakroom
  • • Fabulous drawing room & withdrawing room
  • • Impressive handmade kitchen leading to dining room
  • • Lower ground floor ideal as a self contained apartment or home office
  • • Attractive walled paved garden & further south facing communal gardens • Internal area: 4621 sq ft/429 sq m


Sold Offers In Excess Of: £2,500,000
A stunning example of a Grade II Listed Georgian townhouse in this commanding & delightful Crescent enjoying the most spectacular views over the Approach Golf Course and the City beyond. Enjoying particularly elegant, well proportioned accommodation over 5 floors.


Sold Offers In Excess Of: £2,500,000
A stunning example of a rarely available Grade II Listed Georgian townhouse in this commanding & delightful Crescent enjoying the most spectacular views over the Approach Golf Course and the City beyond. Enjoying particularly elegant and well proportioned accommodation over 5 floors.
The History of Cavendish Crescent.
Cavendish Crescent was designed by John Pinch and built for William Broom (a spectacular builder) between 1817 and 1830. The Crescent comprised 11 houses of equal size originally and combines to form a confident elevation of simple Eighteenth Century elegance. The fronts of the house are identical architecturally with the entrance doors set within arched openings emphasized by restricted stone surrounds. The elevation is unified by strong horizontal lines by the first floor plantland, the stringcourse at 3rd floor level and the main cornice with parapet above. The first floor windows have segmental balconies of trellis design in ornate iron. During the 20th Century, most houses were divided to create apartments and Number 2 offers a rare opportunity to acquire a complete Town House.
Cavendish Crescent is conveniently situated on the lower slopes of Lansdown on Sion Hill only 10 minutes walk to centre of Bath. A splendid choice of local shops and boutiques can be found in either St. James’s Square or Margaret’s Buildings including restaurants, pubs, delicatessen, small supermarket and newsagent. Those of a more sporting inclination will be delighted by The Bath Recreational Ground (the home of Bath Rugby), the nearby Lansdown Race Course, Lansdown Tennis Club and the almost-adjacent Par 3 Approach Golf Course. Delightful walks are available in Royal Victoria Park and the Botanical Gardens, straight from the door which includes the latter stage of the Cotswold Way. Commuters and ‘weekenders’ alike will be pleased to note Bath Spa Station is within 15 minutes (London Paddington approx. 90 minutes) and Junction 18, M4 located at Tormarton some 10 miles north of the City. Bristol International Airport is only some 19 miles distant from the City of Bath. A selection of local schools including The Royal High School, Kingswood School, King Edwards School are also within easy reach.
We are advised that mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are supplied to the property.
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Proceed out of Queens Square past Charlotte Street Car park and onto the A4 Upper Bristol Road turning right in Marlborough Street. Proceed uphill past Marlborough Buildings and The Royal Crescent on your right. At the Cross Roads by the Marlborough Tavern proceed straight across into Cavendish Road and proceed up the hill following the line of the Approach Golf Course on your left. Cavendish Crescent will be found on the right hand side. Parking is available on the street for visitors.
Alternative directions if approaching from Junction 18, M4:
After 3 signs to Dyrham Park, Turn right at the Toll Gate Tea Rooms. Follow this road to staggered junction and cross over, passing Toghill Farm on your right. At the next junction turn left and continue uphill and pass Bath Race Course on your right. Continue down past Kingswood School also on your right and turn right at the sign into Sion Road. Proceed along Sion Road and past the turning for Winifred’s Lane on your left hand side and follow the road down, turning left at the gate pillars to Bath Spa College, then right. Cavendish Crescent will be on your left. Upon leaving proceed up St. Winifred’s Lane at the top of Cavendish Road, turning right at the top onto Sion Road.
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APPOINTMENTS TO VIEW AND ALL NEGOTIATIONS MUST BE CONDUCTED THROUGH THE AGENTS. These particulars do not constitute, nor constitute any part of, any offer or contract and all statements made herein are made without responsibility on the part of Pritchards or the Vendor. Any intending purchaser should satisfy themselves as to their correctness. The Vendor does not make nor give, and neither Pritchards nor any person on their employment has any authority to make or give, any representation or warranty in relation to this property. These particulars are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through the agents above. REF 92/jb/draft


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