Grade II listed 5 storey Georgian townhouse circa 1790, originally built to mimic London townhouses for the city's ‘discerning aristocracy’ to use as holiday homes, carefully restored to its former glory, with many original features. Features include grand entrance hall, large rooms, high ceilings, cornicing, paneling, wooden shutters, ceiling roses, original staircase and spindles, large wooden sash and bay windows, period wooden floors, ornate wooden doors, original radiators, antique light fittings, two freestanding baths (one of which is copper) and multiple period fireplaces. The walls have been lime plastered, as they would have been originally, in an array of unique, period-appropriate pigments, giving the interior an eclectic bohemian look and offering multiple backdrop choices for shoots. Has a large opulent living room spanning the width of the house, 5 double bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 5 showers, 5 working loos. Has a large kitchen/diner (which leads into the private high-walled back garden) with a large kitchen table plus a kitchen island. Includes 3 cellars. Includes a separate annex/granny flat with its own kitchenette . Fully furnished with an assortment of complementary antique and modern furniture including ornate mirrors, vintage rugs, writing desks, sofas, chaise lounges etc. The house is accessed via three entrances - (i) from the street via the door in the back garden wall, (ii) from the gate in the iron railings along the front of the house which leads down through the small courtyard adjacent to the cellars and into the kitchen, (iii) through the front door. A working wood-burning stove is in the kitchen-diner together with an upright piano.
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