Riverside provides answer to city's parking woes
House hunters in Bath wanting to avoid running the gauntlet of parking outside their own home are being directed towards the city’s leading property development.
With the chance to benefit from not one but two allocated parking spaces, avoiding potential parking woes is expected to prove particularly attractive for those looking at a move to or in the world heritage city.
News on the chance to ease the anguish of endlessly driving around the block to park a car comes from Crest Nicholson’s Bath Riverside where current availability includes the chance to secure two personal parking spaces.
Ideal for those who need access to a car, interest on these properties is expected to be high, as parking is becoming an ever increasing problem for home owners in the often overcrowded city streets.
Mary Timlin, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson believes the convenience of easing into a parking spot unhindered will prove a big draw for potential Bath house hunters.
Mary said: “It’s no secret that parking in Bath can be a bit of a nightmare so having access to your own private parking is a godsend from an everyday life point of view.
“Even though there is a parking permit system in Bath, there is no guarantee that you can park your car outside or even near your front door.
“There’s nothing worse than getting home after a long day, with a boot load of shopping or with young children in the back to then find you’ve got to search for somewhere to leave the car.
“Having direct access to two parking spaces, some underground, is therefore hugely convenient.”
The issue of parking is compounded further for those living in Bath’s ‘central zone’ where they can apply for only one parking permit. On top of that anyone living in the central zone cannot get a visitor parking permit, making it awkward for friends and family to visit.
The chance to secure the two parking spaces is currently available on the Longmead Terrace, Elizabeth Parade and Western Terrace phases.
Reminiscent of the classic townhouses known so well across the world, not only will buyers benefit from the convenient parking but chance to own a brand new home, in close walking distance to the city-centre.
Built using the light coloured stone so typical of the city, the high ceilings, large reception rooms and stunning bathrooms reflect the classic Georgian design that are such a feature of Bath.
Some of the properties also have direct access to the underground car park, such as those on Elizabeth Parade adding further to the appeal of living in a property where owners will have private access to their stunning, new waterside home.
For further information on this latest release please call 01225 463 517 or visit www.crestnicholson.com/bathriverside
The marketing suite on Victoria Bridge Road is open daily from 10am to 5pm.