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A stunning, iconic and elegant end of terrace house built circa 1870 and Listed Grade II, enjoying a fabulous bright and sunny location and with one of the finest panoramic views in Bath - along Camden Crescent, over the city and round to the Limpley Stoke Valley.
The house stands in particularly large and remarkably secluded gardens. They are mostly laid to lawn with an extensive flagged sun terrace from where, like the house, widespread and far reaching, stunning views across the city are enjoyed. The gardens are enclosed with natural stone walling, flower borders, shrubs, bushes and trees. Summerhouse and outbuilding/home office. In addition to the available residents car parking permits (zone 15), there is - rarely for this close to the centre - a garage.
Thorham Villa occupies a splendid and commanding position. It is also most conveniently placed, being just a short walk from the many shops, restaurants, Bath Spa Railway Station and other amenities in the heart of the city. There are excellent schools within walking distance (both Independent and State), the house is well served by buses into the city centre, whilst swift access to the M4 is available without having to cross Bath.
kitchen with dining/living area running into conservatory
gas fired heating
garage and permit parking
Council tax band: ‘G’ £3,181.59