A two double bedroom apartment located on the third floor of the Victoria Building at Riverview Court with views over Royal Victoria Park. Includes parking.
Bath is the only city in the UK designated as a unesco world heritage site where history and heritage line the city's streets. Every corner reveals compelling cultural attractions and astonishing architecture and the city's unique mix of the old and new makes it one of the UK's best places to live.
It all starts at the Roman Baths, the city's oldest and most famous historic attraction. The beautifully preserved ruins have been augmented by reconstructions and interactive displays illustrating how Bath's natural hot springs have been attracting visitors for thousands of years.
Bath's Roman roots are just part of the story. It's also Britain's finest Georgian city. Every street reveals another inspiring sight – a wide, well-planned thoroughfare created for promenading, perhaps, or that perfectly proportioned façade, flower-filled window box or subtle architectural detail.
There's harmony and beauty everywhere. Around 5,000 listed buildings are dotted around the city's streets and squares. These include iconic sites like the Royal Crescent, a sweeping curve of townhouses built from honey-coloured Bath stone, and The Circus, a unique blend of classical Roman and British Pagan influences that is uniquely Bath.
The elegant Pulteney Bridge is another Bath original. Lined on both sides with shops, it's one of just four such structures left in the world. You'd need to go to Venice or Florence to see another like it.
Known for its beautiful architecture and the natural hot springs which gave the city its name, Bath has a unique blend of heritage and modern living. The city is home to several excellent museums and galleries, and hosts various arts festivals throughout the year.
There are over 150 restaurants, cafés and traditional pubs set within a great range of shopping from high street stores and small specialist shops to a flea market.
Bath is a beautifully green city, adorned with floral displays and bounded by wooded hills. The city is a 13-time winner of the Britain in Bloom competition.
There is a comprehensive bus service throughout the city as well as good transport links to the region and beyond.
Apartment 303 is a generous two double bedroom apartment located on the third floor (with lift access) of the Victoria Building at the popular Riverview Court development with views over Royal Victoria Park. Includes parking.
Luxury waterside apartments in the heart of Bath. This exciting new development by Watkin Jones Homes provides contemporary riverside living in the heart of Bath.
Situated on the bank of the River Avon, this prestigious
development of forty four 1,2 and 3 bedroom apartments is perfect for those buyers looking for a home close to the city centre.
Riverview Court is ideally located close to the abundance of shops, restaurants, bars and attractions that the historic and beautiful city of Bath provides. The location also provides excellent transport links via the M4 and M5 to Bristol, Gloucester, Swindon, Reading and many other surrounding towns.
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Square Footage: 598 sq ft
Riverview Court is a level walk of approximately 1 mile into the heart of Bath.
Regular bus services run from outside the development into Bath or towards Bristol & Bristol Airport and the train station can be easily reached via a walkway along the banks of the river Avon.
Bath is a university city and also boasts an excellent range of primary and secondary schools. There are numerous parks, play areas and green spaces close by – including the wonderful 55 acre Royal Victoria Park which is located opposite the development. The city also contains a host of sporting and
outdoor activities, many of which are centered around the River Avon.
1 mile to Bath Spa Station;
1 mile to Milson Street (Heart of Bath);
0.25 miles to Royal Crescent Hotel and Spa;
0.4 miles to Sainsbury's Supermarket.
In the car:
11 miles to Bristol;
10 miles to M4 Junction 18;
19 miles to Bristol Airport.
Regular services to London Paddington from 90 minutes;
Bristol Temple Meads from 12 minutes.