Pulteney House is a Grade 2 listed building (-A particularly important building of exceptional interest and of outstanding importance ) built of Bath stone locally quarried from the limestone quarries on the hills of Bath ( probably Combe Down ).
Only a small proportion of buildings in Britain (about 2.5%) are listed by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport as being of special architectural or historic interest. Listing protects an irreplaceable part of our cultural heritage from unsympathetic changes and unnecessary destruction.
Stables were built at the back of the property to house at least 2 horses, probably more, with rooms above for the stable hands to live in. The original stable building was converted into what is now the Coach House in the 1980’s and is an annex for the main building.