First homes go on show at Bath’s Western Riverside

March 7, 2012

The transformation of Bath’s Western Riverside has reached another milestone with the launch of developer Crest Nicholson’s first three show apartments and a permanent marketing suite.

More than 100 prospective buyers viewed the apartments at the launch of Liberty Gardens, which is made up of three buildings. The show units – a pair of two-bedroom apartments and a one-bedroom one – are in Palladian, the first building to be finished in the development. The first homes will be available for occupation this summer.

Crest Nicholson Regeneration managing director Debbie Aplin said: “A lot of people had forgotten about this area of Bath because it was left derelict for so long. However, now that the transformation is underway and this new community is literally rising from the ground, there’s a lot of enthusiasm for what it will offer those looking to live and invest in the city.”

Ahead of the launch, Crest hosted a preview for a number of Bath & North East Somerset councillors and the feedback, it says, was extremely positive.

Council leader Paul Crossley said: “Bath & North East Somerset Council is delighted at the superb progress being made towards transforming this formerly derelict land into places for local people to live and boosting the number of local affordable homes.”

The Bath Riverside marketing suite on Victoria Bridge Road can be reached via the main entrance to Bath Riverside off Pines Way.  It is open daily between 10am and 5pm. Viewings of the Liberty Gardens apartments and Stothert Avenue townhouse are by appointment only.  More information is at .


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