Built circa 1760-1770, by John Wood (The Elder), number 9 Miles's Buildings sits in the centre of this Georgian Grade II listed terrace and is distinct as the only house with an additional attic storey. Every one of its five floors has been recently renovated and refurbished by internationally renowned interior designer, Julia Dempster, resulting in a stylish, comfortable home.
Inside the front door and internal porch, there's an elegant hallway with a striking, black cantilever staircase, white panelled walls and wooden herringbone flooring that flows into the other rooms on this floor. The kitchen/dining room has bespoke Intone Design units and central island featuring a round wooden breakfast bar.
There is a Rangemaster cooker, built-in white goods and Carrara worktops. The triple bay window, with views to the garden, is the perfect spot for a dining table. There's a wrought iron fireplace and door from here into the office/dining room (which also has a door from the hall).
On the lower ground floor, the white panelled walls continue along a hallway that leads to the back door and onto the garden. There's a cosy family room with stone wall insets and off-white herringbone tiled floor. The room benefits from a large window, clever lighting and soft colour palette that creates an easy, comfortable space. On this floor, there's also a useful office room (that doubles as a laundry) with views to the garden courtyard, a bedroom/gym room and WC.
Currently a dressing room with exceptional storage - and two shower rooms. The new pressurised water system means power showers are possible even on this top floor.
The east facing rear walled garden has a courtyard and a small patio, a large magnolia tree and several borders with shrubs.
There's a single garage (5.11m x 3.10m) with an up and over door, located just around the corner, off Circus Place.
Miles's Buildings is a row of nine terrace houses tucked away in a quiet pathway that links George Street and Alfred Street in the heart of Bath's city centre. Just around the corner from the Assembly Rooms and close to The Circus and the Royal Crescent, it's an ideal location. Bath is famous for its excellent cultural and leisure amenities including specialist shops, museums, art galleries and theatres, as well as restaurants, bars and cafés. Bath also has a highly regarded range of private and state schools, catering for all age groups, which include King Edwards, Kingswood and The Royal High, all within easy reach. There's a high-speed train services from Bath Spa Railway Station to London Paddington (approximately 90 minutes).
From Queen Square walk east, towards A4 Wood Street. Turn right into George Street and then left by Clayton's Kitchen. Number 9 is in the middle of the terrace on the right. Driving from Queen Square,