44 Richmond Place is a pretty Grade II listed period terraced cottage located on the highly sought after Lansdown slopes, within easy reach of Bath city centre. The property sits beautifully towards the end of this attractive terrace, opposite Richmond Green.
The accommodation which is tastefully presented throughout offers an attractive open plan, split level living, dining and kitchen on the ground floor, with floor to floor, wall to wall sliding doors which lead onto the sun terrace and garden. In addition at ground floor level there is a generous well-appointed utility room and linked separate shower and WC.
On the first floor there are 2 charming double bedrooms both with beautiful aspects and a further family bathroom.
Externally to the rear there are lovely well stocked mature gardens and a pretty paved sun terrace that spans the width of the property, both enjoying wonderful far reaching views. Significantly number 44 is one of only a few of the houses on the terrace that has an off street free standing parking space to the front.
Richmond Place is a highly prized terrace of 56 Grade II listed Georgian artisan cottages, formerly the cottages for the workers who built the Royal Crescent and considered to be the longest terrace of period cottages in the UK.
This attractive terrace is located on Bath’s highly sought after northern slopes and is particularly well placed for easy access into Bath city centre, many excellent state and independent schools and the M4 Motorway
The unesco World Heritage City of Bath is within easy walking distance and offers a wonderful array of chain and independent shopping outlets, many fine restaurants, cafes and wine bars along with a number of well-respected cultural activities which include a world famous international music and literary festival, a selection of museums and art galleries, the attractions at The Pump Rooms and Roman Baths and many pre-London shows at The Theatre Royal.
World class sporting facilities are available at Bath Rugby and Cricket Clubs and at Bath University and there is an excellent local tennis and bowls club in Lansdown.
The property is particularly well placed for easy access to a triangle of excellent state and independent schools which include the Outstanding Ofsted St Stephen’s Primary School which is on the doorstep along with The Royal High and Kingswood Schools on Lansdown Road, all of which are within easy walking distance.
Communications include a direct line to London Paddington, Bristol and South Wales from Bath Spa Railway Station (Crossrail link commences date tbc), the M4 motorway is approximately 6 miles to the north and Bristol Airport is 18 miles to the west.
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