Situated within the treasured Bath Conservation Area in the prestigious residential suburb of Lansdown, Galliard Homes – in association with Acorn Property Group – is proud to present Hope House: a bespoke collection of converted and new-build properties within a six-acre, Grade II listed site. Originally built in 1781, Hope House is surrounded by vast expanses of parkland and woodland, creating a semi-rural retreat just a short stroll from the heart of the city.
The whole development is divided into four residential quarters, with the eponymous Grade II listed Hope House — a magnificent early Regency home — forming the main building on the site. This grand building sits proudly at the head of the parkland and houses a mix of apartments showcasing the architectural hallmarks synonymous with the Georgian aesthetic that many of Bath’s buildings are known for. Landscape architects Matthew Wigan Associates have been specially commissioned to design the private and communal gardens at Hope House, whilst interior designers Lambart & Browne are responsible for the striking fusion of classic and contemporary finishes within each of the properties.
- Grade II listed site
- Striking Georgian architecture
- City views from selected elevated homes
- Communal tennis court and extensive parkland