The former home of William Pitt The Younger – British Prime Minister in the 1760s – is now up for sale in Bath. The Georgian townhouse has been valued at £3,400,000.
The grand abode includes five bedrooms and three bathrooms, with hand-crafted fixtures and fittings, and restored fine architectural detailing. The property also has period fireplaces and a traditional stone cantilevered staircase.
A Grade One listed townhouse spanning over five floors, agents describe it as a "truly luxurious" property that is "perfectly located to enjoy all the culture and vibrancy the World Heritage City of Bath has to offer."
Luxury seems the definition of this elegant Bath home, adorned with warm lights and delicate ornaments. Stepping through the front door and past the staircase leads you into the ground floor dining room, with an elegant glass table and white leather chairs, complemented by the room's own period fireplace.
Upstairs, there is a well-lit office room with large windows looking out onto the street below. Further along, there is a cozy living area, again with its own fireplace, and two chandeliers that decorate the ceiling. Heading up to the second floor brings you to the principal bedroom, with an abundance of space and four large windows that overlook the grounds below.
Meticulously well maintained, and located near many amenities such as Bath University and Lansdown Racecourse, this property is ideal for lovers of luxury and leisure.
This Georgian townhouse is currently on the market for £3,400,000 with Sotheby's.
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