Providing a hassle free move, the award-winning developer is offering part exchange to anyone who wants to purchase one of the new homes currently available at its Bath Riverside development.
To help those understand how the deal would work, a special part exchange event is to take place on Saturday 14 February at the Bath office of Knight Frank.
Once there, members of the Crest Nicholson team will be on hand to give house hunters a step-by-step guide on how they can secure their own riverside townhouse while letting Crest get on with the job of selling their current home.
Susan Young, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson said: “Many house hunters find that selling their home is often more stressful than buying.
“That’s why we are offering part exchange at Bath Riverside to help anyone who wants to reserve with us. We will help with getting the property valued and provided that it meets the terms and conditions required for part exchange, we will make an offer.
“We will then guide any buyers through the buying process, ensuring that their move to Bath Riverside is as smooth and hassle free as possible.
“The event on 14 February is a great opportunity to chat to the team about a potential move and to see if we can help through a part exchange deal.”
30,000 Additional Reasons to Buy
In addition to the part exchange deal, Crest Nicholson is also offering a £30,000 interior design package for those who complete before the end of April.
The deal will see Andrew Henry Interiors, one of the UK’s leading interior designers, provide guidance and expert opinion on furnishing any buyers’ new home with the very latest fabrics, colours and furniture.
Susan added: “When you add on our interior design offer, it makes this the complete hassle free move!”
Current availability at the development includes a series of three and four-bedroom townhouses.
The first can be found on the exclusive Albert Crescent phase. 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.
Situated in a prime location directly on the south bank of the River Avon, the properties also benefit from stunning views of the water.
Designed by renowned architect Alison Brooks, the properties enjoy views of the river and the superior internal specification sets them apart from anything that has been built in the city before.
They also provide the development with its own distinctive style and elegance and a more modern twist on the city’s Regency past.
A second phase of properties can be found on what is called the Townhouse Collection.
A modern take on the classical terraces that has made Bath famous across the world, the Townhouse Collection comprises a series of four and three-bedroom properties currently on Stothert Avenue and Longmead Terrace.
The Knight Frank office is located at 4 Wood Street, Queen Square, Bath. The part exchange event is taking place on Saturday 14 February 2015 from 10 am.
For further information please call 01225 463 517 or visit www.crestnicholson.com/bathriverside