A prime Grade 1 Listed Period Town House In Central Georgian Bath Chesterfield House, 11 Great Pulteney Street, is a Grade 1 listed terraced townhouse perfectly located to enjoy all the World Heritage City of Bath has to offer. This classic Georgian property, over six floors, is situated in Bath’s widest and grandest Georgian ‘street’ completed in 1789, and just a short level walk from the vibrant cultural city that is Bath. The accommodation, which currently consists of four reception rooms, six double bedrooms (including a master suite) and three shower rooms has the flexibility to suit all demands from staff quarters to guest suites, entertaining and recreational spaces as well as family living. Unique to this property are the south facing skyline views and outlook from the first-floor drawing room and the greenery from the outlook over the gardens of Henrietta Park at the rear. The benefits of living in Bath cannot be underestimated. Not only does it boast world- class sporting facilities at Bath University it is also home and within walking distance of Bath Rugby’s premiership ground. Close by is the cricket club and not too far away is Lansdown horseracing. The Theatre Royal and Ustinov regularly attract high profile plays bound for the West End. Tourists flock to the city for the literary and music festivals, art galleries and museums including the Holburne, which is situated at the end of Great Pulteney Street. These are complemented by a flourishing café and restaurant scene, including award winning coffee shops and Michelin star establishments. Chesterfield House is convenient for some of the best schools in the city. Widcombe and Bathwick St Mary’s Primary Schools are close by as well as a choice of independent schools including Prior Park College, King Edward’s School, Monkton, The Royal High School for Girls and Kingswood. Bath has easy access to London via the M4 (90 minutes) and train (90 minutes). It is 12 miles from Bristol and a 45-minute drive to Bristol International Airport. Drive a few miles in any direction out of the city to discover protected countryside and idyllic villages.