Grade-I listed Regency home in Bath goes on sale for £2million

The Orangery is an impressive single-storey residence located in the heart of the city

It's not everyday a property like The Orangery comes on the market. Built in 1812, it's perfectly positioned in a historic part of the city, neighbouring the Holborne Museum, and Sydney Pleasure Gardens. The Kennet and Avon Canal is just a short stroll away, through the picturesque Sydney Gardens.

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This unique three bed property, dating back to the 1800s, is full of character. Pride and Prejudice fans might like to know Jane Austen once lived close by, at No 4 Sydney Place.

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The decor in the living room is incredibly grand, suiting the period nature of the property. High ceilings are dressed with elegant chandeliers and floor-to-ceiling curtains. The room benefits from a marble fireplace with a gas fire and direct access to the garden.

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The dining area features an incredible large lantern roof, that floods the room with natural light. There are also floor-to-ceiling French doors out to the garden.

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Who wouldn't feel like royalty sleeping in this extremely ornate, Gothic inspired four-poster? The carpets in a shade of 80s eucalyptus green might be in need of a 2018 update.

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The walls are adorned with renaissance-style artwork. The statement bespoke lamp is very at home in this over-the-top bedroom scheme.

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An opulent French-style bed is given further grandiose by a canopy. The chandelier is paired with wall scones and bedside lamps, so there's no danger of not seeing the finer details in this room.

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The third bedroom is still big enough to take a grand four poster bed, with plenty of room to spare.

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The south-facing Italianate landscaped gardens are incredibly well maintained. Set in an idyllic location you can see key city landmarks just the other side of the garden wall.

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This quaint garden is a real gem in the heart of the city. This little oasis features flagstone terracing with inset plants and shrubs and a central canopy of lime trees.

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This house is currently on the market for £2,000,000 with Savills Bath

Sure, a little interior updating may be in order, but you can't deny the place has good bones!

Heather Young

Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and Editor-In-Chief since 2023. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.