Lansdown Crescent

Lansdown Crescent is a well-known example of Georgian architecture in Bath, Somerset, England, designed by John Palmer and constructed by a variety of builders between 1789 and 1793.

The crescent, which is a grade I listed building, comprises 20 houses, each originally having four floors together with servants' quarters in the basement.

Arranged as a crescent, this building has a clear view over central Bath, being sited on Lansdown Hill near to but higher than the Royal Crescent. William Beckford lived in Nos 19 and 20.

The grass in front of the crescent is sometimes used to graze sheep.