The House - History

No.14 Trim Street is a luxury Bath townhouse, and, with many of its period features in tact, there is no doubting this prestigious city address. However the property’s history is tied up with a variety of colourful tenants and interesting times.

One of Bath's most famous residents, Jane Austen, once lived next door to 14 Trim Street, whilst facing the house is the historic residence of General Wolfe – who was killed in Quebec in 1759 fighting for George III. (Wolfe's house is said to be haunted by his angry spirit, cheated out of resting on his laurels in Bath.)

The Baths
The Royal Crescent

 

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