Spectacular city views from a sitting room flooded with light and perfectly located for city life just 800yds to the south – this third floor two bedroom apartment could just be the perfect Bath pied a terre. Generous 17ft x 15ft1 sitting room with dining area, fitted kitchen, gleaming shower room with decadent double shower and two bedrooms (one double and a single). Residents management company with sensible service charges and long lease. Tenanted until Feb 2013 then offered with no chain.
Proceed out of the city centre northwards on Lansdown Road. Turn left into Julian Rd and immediately left again into Rivers St, where the property will be found on the left.
Historical Notes – Rivers Street is the work of John Wood the Younger (who purchased the land from the Rivers Estate, owned by Sir Peter Rivers Gay). Rivers Street was built between 1775 and 1786, Catherine Place in 1780 and the Royal Crescent between 1767 and 1774. The houses around Rivers St were, for some time, the northernmost boundary of the built up area of the city. By 1791, census reports indicate Rivers St was already a popular spot for lodging houses for city visitors, with 11 homes in the road listed trading as lodgings. In 1809, the occupier of No32 was listed as a William Ewers (tin and iron plate manufacturer, brazier and coppersmith).
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