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Camden Crescent


What is it?


Camden Crescent was planned to consist of twenty-two houses, with another ten in flanking wings that would rise steeply up the hillside. Designed in 1787-8 by John Eveleigh, only the south-west wing (to the left of the photo) and sixteen houses of the Crescent were built. Work on the north-east six houses and the wing were abandoned following landslips.

Where is it in Bath?


Camden Crescent is to the north of the city centre, off Lansdown Road, occupying a prominent site high above the London Road.
Location of plaque at Camden Crescent

Camden Crescent plaque

The text reads

"Camden Crescent
Architect John Eveleigh
Erected 1787-95"

Location map of plaque:
Camden Crescent plaque location map

 

 

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