A historic home is for sale on one of the Uk’s best streets

Regency bones meet serene minimalism in Bath

Fans of Regency architecture and contemporary design can find the best of both worlds at this Bath property by  which has been meticulously restored and modernised and sits on one of the UK’s best streets.

Artist William Hayes commissioned the legendary architect to construct the Regency terrace in 1809 on a plot feted for its southern prospect. Sion Hill Place has been named by The Times as one of the six most coveted UK postcodes and comprises nine townhouses built with handsome honey-coloured Bath stone.

This Grade I-listed, five-bedroom Bath property is for sale via Inigo for £2.4m and expands across five storeys, including a self-contained apartment on the lower ground floor, looking onto the walled garden.

Restored plasterwork is the main ornamentation across its serene, chalk-coloured rooms, with patinated pine floorboards and fireplaces injecting warmth into the minimalist, lofty spaces. The kitchen has been modernised with veined marble countertops, while the pantry and dining room have cheerful yellow and green storage.

The kitchen has been modernised with veined marble countertops, while the pantry and dining room have cheerful yellow and green storage.
Photography: Inigo

Bedrooms continue the minimalist colour palette, though dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows frame leafy views of the surrounding trees.

Take a tour of the UK property for sale.

Restored plasterwork is the main ornamentation across its serene, chalk-coloured rooms, with patinated pine floorboards and fireplaces injecting warmth into the minimalist, lofty spaces.
Photography: Inigo
Restored plasterwork is the main ornamentation across its serene, chalk-coloured rooms, with patinated pine floorboards and fireplaces injecting warmth into the minimalist, lofty spaces.
Photography: Inigo
The kitchen has been modernised with veined marble countertops, while the pantry and dining room have cheerful yellow and green storage.
Photography: Inigo
Photography: Inigo
A chalky colour palette runs across the Regency property
Photography: Inigo
The property has a private walled garden at the rear as well as access to a landscaped communal garden in the front
Photography: Inigo
Scion Hill Place was named by The Times as one of the UK's six best streets to live in
Photography: Inigo

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