Article image The latest selection of brand new townhouses has been released at Bath’s leading property development.

Located on Longmead Terrace, the properties in question form part of The Townhouse Collection at Crest Nicholson’s Bath Riverside.

Clad in the pale honey-hued stone that has made Bath one of the most distinguished places to live in the UK, the phase comprises 13, four-storey, three and four-bedroom properties.

With residents parking and bi-fold doors that lead out onto each property’s private garden, they are anything but traditional in terms of their layout.

They will therefore appeal to those wanting to live in a Regency-styled home, but with the advantage of having a much more contemporary and considerate design.

Susan Young, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson said: “A few months ago, as the development entered a new phase, the emphasis switched from apartments and penthouses to townhouses.

“What’s pleasing is that interest in the development has remained high, and shows there is demand for properties of this type.

“Bath is renowned the world over for its Regency-styled townhouses and Longmead Terrace moulds perfectly into that genre. Better still, because these properties are brand new means that running costs are significantly cheaper than their older counterparts.”

Inside house hunters will see that Crest Nicholson’s customary attention to detail shines through, creating a home that oozes a deep sense of luxury and comfort.

Fully fitted luxury Alno kitchens, stunning Villeroy & Boch designer bathrooms, complemented by Hansgrohe taps and fittings and joinery by quality craftsmen are just some of the features that make these homes so desirable to the discerning house hunter.

Susan added: “Longmead Terrace is a great addition to the development and we expect it to attract considerable interest.

“The properties will appeal to those who want the feel of a period property but with the convenience of living in a modern home.”

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