Sion Hill Place, Bath
|Sion Hill Place|
Sion Hill Place with Summerhill at the near end
|Location||Bath, Somerset, England|
|Architect||John Pinch the elder|
|Official name: Summerhill and Numbers 1 to 9|
|Designated||12 June 1950|
Sion Hill Place in the Lansdown area of Bath, Somerset, England was designed by John Pinch the elder and built between 1818 and 1820. Suspension bridge builder and brewer James Dredge, Sr. lived here in the mid 19th century.
The Georgian terrace of numbers 1 to 9 is made up of 4 storey houses which is symmetrical from which the centre house, number 5, stands forward and has a pediment. The ground floor of all houses is rusticated. The houses at either end have curved segmental bows for their entire height. Numbers 1 to 4 were built by William Cowell Hayes a local painter, while Daniel Aust, from Walcot, built number 5 and possibly the others.
- Forsyth, Michael (2003). Pevsner Architectural Guides: Bath.
- "Summerhill and numbers 1 to 9". Images of England. English Heritage. Retrieved 2009-09-03.
- "Sion Hill, Sion Hill Place". Bath Daily Photo. 2007-07-11. Retrieved 2009-09-03.
- "Sex, Social Purity and Sarah Grand" ed Stephanie Forward and Ann Heilman (Routledge, 2000), and Sarah Grand's Death Certificate: "of 7 Zion (sic) Hill Place, Bath U.D."
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