There’s always a thrill when you come across something you’ve never seen or heard about before.
Telling your friends about a new restaurant, the latest film release or a secret spot you’ve found out in the country or at the beach gives those who get there first a certain level of kudos amongst their peers.
The same can be said when looking for somewhere to live and in particular for first time buyers wanting to get ahead of the game when looking for their dream first home.
Those looking for a move in the West Country can make such a discovery by walking the short distance from Bath city centre, out along the pedestrian towpath and along the banks of the River Avon, towards the former Stothert & Pitt Engineers and Founders.
After about a 10 minute stroll, they’ll soon come across what is arguably one of the most impressive inner-city regeneration projects currently in the UK in the form of Bath Riverside.
With open parkland, public space, tree-lined boulevards and landscaped communal areas, the development has created a new living quarter that better reflects the needs of the world heritage city and where many people now call home.
Comprising a mix of property types, current availability includes a number of two-bedroom apartments. Located in the impressive and curvy Royal View and Sovereign Point buildings they’re the ideal property type for potential first-time buyers.
Available through the Government’s Help-to-Buy scheme, developer Crest Nicholson also has in place a selection of offers and incentives that makes this new discovery one can then be turned into a distinct reality.
Danielle Simpson from Crest Nicholson said: “It’s interesting to see the reaction of those who haven’t seen what was the former engineering site and the area’s transformation. Property thrill seekers really are in for a bricks and mortar treat!
“Popping in and exploring the options in terms of buying will, I’m sure, open up the eyes and minds of many who are considering a move.
“The team is here to help and explore all possibilities and once here house-hunters will discover that buying a new property at the city-centre development is a real possibility, not only through incentives offered by Crest Nicholson but also through the Government’s Help to Buy scheme.
“We have a range of offers in place that makes the moving process that much easier. All they have to do is ask!”
For further information please call 01225 463 517 or visit www.crestnicholson.com/bathriverside
The marketing suite on Victoria Bridge Road is open daily from 10 am to 5pm.