St James's Square, Bath

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St James's Square
St James's Square Bath.jpg
Location Bath, Somerset, England
Coordinates 51°23′22″N 2°27′07″W / 51.38944°N 2.45194°W / 51.38944; -2.45194Coordinates: 51°23′22″N 2°27′07″W / 51.38944°N 2.45194°W / 51.38944; -2.45194
Built 1793
Architect John Palmer
Architectural style(s) Georgian
Listed Building – Grade I
Designated 12 June, 1950[1]
Reference no. 443492
St James's Square, Bath is located in Somerset
St James's Square, Bath
Location of St James's Square in Somerset

St James's Square in Bath, Somerset, England consists of 45 Grade I listed buildings. It was built in 1793 by John Palmer.[1]

It is the only complete Georgian square in Bath. Each of the 3 storey houses has a mansard roof. The central buildings have pediments on 4 Corinthian pilasters.[1]

In 1840 number 35 was the home of Charles Dickens.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d "St James's Square". Images of England. English Heritage. Retrieved 2009-08-06.