A detached Georgian Lodge house of individual charm and character. Situated in one of Bath’s most sought after locations, just 5 minutes walk downhill to the city centre. The property has 2 bedrooms (1 double and 1 single), 1 bathroom and an open-plan kitchen/dining area.Camden Crescent was built by John Eveleigh in 1788. Listed Grade II as being of Special Historic or Architectural Interest, the Lodge house has been refurbished to the highest standard with quality and comfort in mind. The house comprises an open-plan dining room/ kitchen, separate sitting room, good-sized master bedroom, a single bedroom, bathroom and door leading to the walled garden.
The sitting room is furnished with two sofas (one is a double sofa bed), LCD TV & DVD, and SONOS integrated sound system.
The master bedroom has a super king size deep-sprung divan bed, which can be converted into twin beds, wardrobe, console table and stool and flat-screen television. The bedding is fine percale cotton linen with a luxurious mattress topper and completed with a feather-light goose down duvet and pillows. The second bedroom has a single deep-sprung divan bed with similar bedding to the master bedroom.
The modern kitchen has been carefully planned and fitted; fully equipped with Neff hob, electric oven, Bosch microwave and integrated appliances: including a dishwasher, washer/dryer, and fridge freezer. The dining table is suitable for up to six people.
The contemporary bathroom is fitted with quality sanitary ware consisting of a bath, shower, wall-hung toilet, sink, and includes luxury toiletries and bath sheets.