Demand for townhouse living leaves last pair standing
High demand for brand new townhouses in Bath has resulted in just two properties remaining on the Stothert Avenue phase at the Bath Riverside development.
Including the four-bedroom, four-storey showhome, the fact that only two properties remain on this phase indicates the popularity of the development for those wanting a new house in close proximity to Bath city-centre.
Those able to move now could also be enjoying all the trappings of townhouse living sooner than they think with both these properties ready for an immediate occupation.
Bath city centre is easily reached via the pedestrian towpath and with both these properties being close to Victoria Bridge, which recently underwent major strengthening work, also allows for easy access to the north of the river and the Upper Bristol Road.
A modern take on the classical terraces that has made Bath famous across the world, these two townhouses are clad in the pale honey-hued stone that gives the city its timeless appeal.
Each property also benefits from resident parking while bi-fold doors provide access to each property’s private garden.
Susan Young, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson said: “Moving to Riverside is about a lifestyle choice. The area has been totally transformed and with it people’s perceptions.
“For those thinking about moving but hadn’t perhaps considered Bath Riverside, all I can say is to come on down and take a look, they’ll be amazed to see how it has changed. Many purchasers were so impressed by what they saw ended up buying and is testament to the style and range of property we have on offer.
“These two particular properties really do demonstrate the fantastic lifestyle those who will live here can expect. Townhouses are synonymous with the city of Bath and these properties provide owners with a superbly proportioned and flexible living space.
“With these properties also incorporating more modern build techniques it means they are perhaps a little warmer and cheaper to run than those built during Georgian times.”
Susan’s enthusiasm is well founded with sales at the development recently surpassing 200 private sales, indicating the high level of interest.
Susan added: “It’s got the full package. New, modern properties within easy walking distance of the city-centre and next to the River Avon.
“They should therefore appeal for those who want the feel of a period property but with the convenience of living in a modern home.”
For further information please call 01225 463 517 or visit www.crestnicholson.com/bathriverside