Admiral House is situated on the Paragon, a busy road, but with
two of the most unspoilt rows of Georgian buildings in Bath going along
both sides. The Admiral House is situated near the parkside end of the
street on the North side. The North side of the street elevates as you
travel along the road until you get to The Admiral House, which is around
20 feet above road level. This helps with both noise inside the house
and pollution during the summer.
The gate opens into the garden and
the steps up to the house are edged with fragrant lavender. The front
of the house has Wisteria and climbing Roses and is around 40 feet from
the road. The Admiral House is a Grade 2 star listed building.
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The front garden is planted with shrubs and has two Luteyns benches to
sit on. There is access to the elevated gardens at the side of the house
which have trees and space for a barbeque. This is a rare property as
it is one of only a handful of houses with a front garden in the centre
In 2012 The Admirals House will be offering one off road parking space,
please enquire within in regards to additional parking.
Restaurants nearby include the Olive Tree (for special occasions), the famous Wagamama, Loch Fyne (for fish), Ask (for upmarket pizzas), Sukothai and just along the road is the Adventure Cafe for a proper breakfast!
We are also spoiled for pubs with the Star Inn just a couple of doors
away which is the oldest pub in Bath to still have its original fixtures.
It got its license in 1760 and sells the award winning Bellringer ale!
Further into town is the Coeur de Lion which is another Bar with a nice,