Bath's golden age came in the 18th century when Palladian mansions and Regency townhouses were built using local stone. The architecture has been retained and it is an easy walk to these 3 clusters.
King's Circus was designed by John Wood (the elder) and construction began in 1754. There are 3 curved sets of townhouses that form a circle.
Connecting to the next grand attraction, I walked along Brock Street where there were more residential buildings in Bath stone.
In contrast, the back side doesn't look so appetizing or grand.
Cavendish Crescent is located uphill from the town centre with townhouses dating from the early 19th century designed by John Pinch.