Sales hit double century at Bath development
Private sales at Bath’s leading property development have now topped 200.
News on the high levels of interest come from Crest Nicholson’s £400 million Bath Riverside project, as work continues to create a modern residential quarter for the city.
Work to date has so far resulted in a massive transformation of what was a derelict industrial site into an area where people can now live and enjoy their leisure time.
Helped by the mix of property styles, types and sizes, the development has attracted an assortment of buyers from first timers, downsizers and professional couples and the sense of community is now very tangible with a lot of people having moved in.
The sales team is now gearing up for a busy spring, with emphasis at the development having switched to a series of townhouse properties which are split over a number of very distinctive phases.
This includes a number of three and four-bedroom, four-storey townhouses are located on Longmead Terrace and represent a more contemporary take on the classic Bath terraces.
With some being available to move into by the end of April, they will appeal to those wanting to live in a Regency-styled property, but with the advantage of having a much more modern design.
The opening of a new show home will also give potential buyers an idea on the lifestyle they could soon be enjoying. Designed by Bristol-based Andrew Henry Interiors, one of the UK’s leading interior designers, it will provide inspiration for those looking to furnish their new home.
In addition to Longmead Terrace there are also a number of properties on an exclusive phase called Albert Crescent which comprises a limited number of waterside townhouses and villas.
Epitomising why Bath is celebrated across the world for its luxurious living, these properties enhance the city’s reputation for having some of the most striking and sought after places to live in the UK.
Susan Young, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson said: “Riverside living is all about lifestyle and as the area has been transformed, so too have people’s perceptions. Anyone who hasn’t been to this area of Bath for a while will be amazed to see how it has changed.
“The majority of buyers have come from the Bath area however there is a growing number of people coming from London who see Bath as an attractive alternative to living in the city.
“It is definitely on the radar for those looking for great value for money, a superb lifestyle and a place which enjoys direct rail links to the capital.”
For further information please call 01225 463 517 or visit www.crestnicholson.com/bathriverside