A small selection of high-end properties at Bath’s leading property development are ready to move into with immediate effect.
It means house hunters looking for a new property in close proximity to the centre of Bath will be able to get hold of the keys and start enjoying all the trappings of the city’s cosmopolitan lifestyle sooner then they think.
Available at Crest Nicholson’s Bath Riverside, they include a number of exclusive penthouse apartments, so anyone who doesn’t fancy waiting around for their new home to be built can make that move with immediate effect.
Marcus Evans, sales and marketing executive at Crest Nicholson said: “Spring always acts as a catalyst for people looking to move so the immediate availability of these properties is great news for anyone wanting to be in to enjoy the lighter evenings as well as the convenience of city centre living.
“As the area has been transformed, interest has increased as people can see the layout, style and design of the properties on offer and anyone who hasn’t been to this area of Bath for a while will be amazed to see how it has changed.
“Buyers can sometimes find it tricky to visualise what the finished product will be, and with a number of new developments coming to market soon in Greater Bath, but none yet out of the ground, places Bath Riverside in the box seat for those looking for a quick move.
“Bath Riverside has been recognised time and again for the quality of build, its architecture, the design and layout of properties and the open space, and has to date received 14 national awards.
“It’s an excellent example of inner city regeneration and shows that with careful planning, commitment and passion anything can be achieved.
“So whether it’s to move into something a little more manageable, to be near work or to just have a change, Bath Riverside ticks a lot of boxes.
The development’s attractiveness is strengthened by the fact that it’s a short walk from Bath’s bustling city-centre along the pedestrian tow path. Those wanting to catch a train further afield can also walk to the station in about 15 minutes.