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Maximalist Bath townhouse lists for £2.75m

Pattern and colour intertwine with history across the maximalist interiors of this Bath property on St James’s Square.

The Grade I-listed home sits on one of Britain’s best Georgian residential squares (behind Bath’s famous Royal Crescent) and was built by architect John Palmer between 1790 and 1794. Its Bath stone facade features smooth corinthian pilasters, sash windows a mansard roof.

The kitchen has been sensitively updated in keeping with the style of the home: updated cabinets, a double sink and blue aga work effortlessly with stone bath fireplaces
Photography: Inigo

Interiors of the townhouse – listed with Inigo for £2.75m – combine Georgian proportions with modern colour and touches. The first-floor living room has floor-to-ceiling sash windows on one wall and an ornamental fireplace set with a wood-burning stove – a combination of traditional and modern. Furniture is bright and eclectic, with maximalist patterned throws and cushions adding a contemporary feel to the lofty spaces.

Heritage shades in the kitchen still feel modern
Photography: Inigo

The kitchen and breakfast room and separate wood-panelled dining room fill the lower-ground level. Teal coloured panelling, stone walls, and parquet flooring can be found in this jewel of a room, which is designed for entertaining.

Bedrooms – five in total – occupy the upper storeys of the Georgian property, each mixing stone fireplaces period features with bespoke cabinetry and sumptuous heritage colours.

Teal panelling in the dining room
Photography: Inigo

Residents have access to the square’s communal, gated garden, but the townhouse has its own garden walled garden at the rear with stepped stone terraces and plant beds. It also provides access to the High Common park behind the house.

Photography: Inigo
Photography: Inigo
Photography: Inigo
Photography: Inigo

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