When one thinks of Bath, what usually comes to mind is a serene Georgian crescent; a gently curved façade of composed, very English grandeur. Classical proportions, golden Bath stone, iron railings, and an air of palatial elegance.
That place in your mind is Somerset Place.
Just a short walk from the heart of Bath, Somerset Place is one of the city’s quintet of classic Georgian crescents: a parade of majestic Grade I listed properties on its own quiet road, and part of the reason for Bath’s status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Somerset Place is different: behind its fully restored façade are new maisonettes and lateral apartments, and complete crescent houses. Revived, rejuvenated and rich with original features, each awaits a new owner and a bold new lease of life.