Lower Borough Walls Bath, BA1 1QR

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The property is of mixed age comprising the former Hope Chapel dating from the 18th century although part of the property has been rebuilt and extended in the 1950’s.

The building fronting Lower Borough Walls is three storey while the former Hope Chapel is predominantly two storey with stone elevations with pedestrian access fronting the former St James burial ground, now public open space.

The combined property is arranged over basement, ground, first and second floor with the net internal areas.

The city of Bath is a UNESCO world heritage site recognised for its Roman remains and Georgian architecture, which attracts some 5.8 million tourists each year (source, Bath Tourism Plus). The city benefits from excellent road and rail communications and has a district population of 169,000 persons (2001 census) and the catchment area contains above average proportion of working adults within the upper social groups and the unemployment percentage of the working population is 2% compared with the national average of 3.8%. The site is located within the city centre close to the prime retail area of Southgate and immediately opposite the new 5 Star Gainsborough Hotel scheduled to open in 2014. It is also in close proximity to the Thermae Bath Spa.

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This was last updated on 19/08/2016