Article image House hunters looking in Bath and wanting a smooth move to the good life are being advised to visit Crest Nicholson Regeneration’s Riverside development.

Boasting one of the best locations in the whole of the West Country and close to the heart of the world heritage city, not only will buyers be able to enjoy all that city-centre living brings but those who act now will be able to take advantage of Crest Nicholson’s Smooth Move package.

Perfect for those who want to take out the stresses and strains normally associated with selling property, using Smooth Move will also help secure one of the properties which overlooks the River Avon.

Smooth Move works where the Crest Nicholson team will help sell the home of those who reserve a brand new property at the development.

The team will then arrange everything from getting the current home valued to arranging viewings and valuations and even paying the estate agents fees.

Mary Timlin, sales and marketing director said: “Using Smooth Move not only helps secure a brand new property but gets people into their new home with the minimum of fuss while removing the stress of moving house.

“It’s a great way to secure the home of your dreams and makes the whole process of selling and buying so much easier.”

Having transformed the former Stothert & Pitt Engineering works on the south banks of the River Avon, the mix of apartments, penthouses, townhouses, villas and mews homes, has appealed to discerning house hunters wanting to live close to the city-centre. 

To get an appreciation of what has so far been achieved, Mary and the sales team is now encouraging both house hunters and visitors to Bath to pop down to take a look around.

A 15 minute stroll from the city centre along the pedestrian tow path, those who take time to have a look will come across a new quarter of Bath that has not only opened up a site that had been left untouched for over 20 years, but a place where people now live, relax and work.

The distinctive Bath stone adorns the buildings and a public art trail incorporates elements that link to the city’s historical past.

The restoration of the much loved Victoria Bridge also provides an impressive link to the north banks of the River Avon and Upper Bristol Road for cyclists and pedestrians.

Mary added: “Bath Riverside has been a huge success. The project has transformed the once derelict area into one of the most sought after addresses in the city and has re-defined people’s perceptions of city centre living.

“The whole area has been re-invented and shaped to an entirely different purpose - with new homes and open spaces.”

For further information please call 01225 463517 or visit 

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