Award-winning local developer, Kersfield, has acquired 1 Sion Hill Place, a Grade I Listed Georgian townhouse in the Lansdown area of Bath.
The building will be sensitively converted by Kersfield to provide seven luxury lateral and duplex apartments.
Built between 1818-1820, Sion Hill Place was designed by renowned architect John Pinch whose other works include Babington House and the Gainsborough Hotel (previously the Royal United Hospital). The notable terrace was recently featured in the Sunday Times Home supplement as ‘one of the top 10 best streets in the UK.’
David Newton, Chief Executive Officer of Kersfield, said, “Conversion of this historically significant townhouse will add quality housing stock to the Bath property market and gives us the fantastic opportunity to combine classic architecture with sympathetic modernity in this exclusive residential area of Bath”.
Bath-based Nash Consultancy is the appointed project architect and will be submitting the planning application to Bath and North East Somerset Council on behalf of Kersfield, with work expected to commence in Autumn this year.
Visit www.kersfield.co.uk or call 01225 485870 for more information.