Bath in England is one of my favourite cities with its gorgeous old abbey, its Roman Spas, and its Regency architecture. When I saw this flat, situated right on the Pulteney Bridge and the weir, I just fell in
The Pulteney Bridge was designed by Robert Adam in 1774 in the Palladian style. It’s one of only four bridges in the world to have shops spanning the inside of both sides. The bridge is 148 feet long and 58 feet wide. The Avon River passed beneath is and then forms a weir, which was used as a stand-in in the film version of Les Miz.
The flat is on the second/third floor and has an amazing view over the river towards the Bath Abbey and the town.The main living spaces are on the water side, while the kitchen and bath are on the street side.
It is a very reasonable £585,000 and it’s already under offer!