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Sion Hill Place, Bath


Sion Hill Place is an absolute hidden gem of pure Georgian elegance named as one of the top 6 residential streets in the UK by The Times in 2019. Apartment 1 is a stunning 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom ground and lower ground maisonette. The apartment benefits from private courtyard area together with communal gardens.

3 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
1 Receptions

Full Description


The property is an absolute hidden gem of pure Georgian elegance. Beautifully designed by “John Pinch the Elder” in 1818 this property holds all the immeasurable features associated with its Grade 1 listing and being part of a World Heritage city.

It is documented that No.1 Sion Hill Place is considerably larger than the rest of the terrace. The property was remodelled and extended in the 1930’s when the front facade of a John Wood the Elder designed house c1738 from Chippenham was rebuilt stone by stone onto the west flank of the building to create Summerhill Mansion and No.1.

The building’s interior was remodelled for Ernest Cook in 1936, grandson of travel entrepreneur Thomas Cook, when the new staircase, doors and flooring were added. Many items were refurbished from Chesterfield House, Westminster which was once the former London town house residence of the Royal Princess Mary.

The building has undergone an extensive restoration and refurbishment programme and provides 2 duplex apartments, 2 apartments and 1 penthouse suite.

A rare opportunity to truly make an apartment your own and be a part of the history of this beautiful building. For a limited time the development has an opportunity for a buyer to choose and specify their own kitchen colours, worktop finishes, appliance specification and floor finishes.

Key Features

  • Grade I double fronted listed building
  • Extensively restored and refurbished
  • Lift
  • Master bedroom suite
  • 2 further bedrooms both with en suite facilities
  • Stunning drawing room with bay window
  • Bespoke kitchen
  • Communal garden
  • Separate WC
  • Private courtyard


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