The World Heritage City of Bath is steeped in history but is also a vibrant cosmopolitan place to live with wonderful shopping, bars, eateries and truly stunning architecture.
Renowned particularly for its Georgian buildings, areas such as The Royal crescent, Circus, Lansdown and Sion Hill offer the possibility of fine city living whilst retaining a strong sense of local community. There are also many splendid Victorian and Edwardian villas as well as many modern developments offering apartment living with great views.
The charming villages south of Bath such as Freshford, Limpley Stoke, Rode and Beckington offer a great variety of properties from manor houses to picture postcard cottages. These welcoming communities enjoy great local amenities and are 20 minutes away from the centre of the city.
Areas such as Weston, Larkhall and Combe Down offer great choice and value for money.
The city is served by excellent motorway links with the M5 accessible to the north of the city heading both North and South and the M4 heads East towards London and West towards Wales
The main line to Paddington has services every 15 minutes and takes approximately 1.5 hours.
There are direct routes to many UK destinations including Cardiff and via Bristol Temple Meads station to Northern England, Scotland, Devon and Cornwall
Nearby Bristol International Airport has direct flights to many European destinations and holiday destinations
Bath has some of the best independent schools in the country including, Prior Park, Monkton Combe, King Edwards, Kingswood and the Royal High.
Slightly further afield are St Marys Calne, Millfield and Kings Bruton.
The Circus: www.en.wikipedia.org - the circus
The Royal Crescent: : www.en.wikipedia.org- royal crescent
Sydney Buildings: www.sydneybuildings.org.uk