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Beauty and history of Bath makes it a huge draw, says Evening Standard

In an article highlighting the advantages of Bath’s “slower pace of life and a good mix of new-build homes” London’s Evening Standard highlights Holburne Park. Our development has been hitting the national press since it was first launched, having been featured now in the Daily Telegraph, Sunday Express, Country Life and Abode magazine. The Standard describes the advantages of the location here – being on a conservation area, linked by path to the Kennet and Avon Canal, with city and country views, yet only a mile from Bath Spa train station – which indeed have proved to be some of the main reasons why people have decided to make this their home.

With nearly three-quarters of the houses in phase one now sold, early buyers include downsizers, families and young professionals from Bristol or Bath publishing, legal and financial services firms. As our sales negotiator Juliana Markeson notes;

“Robert Adam has designed Holburne Park to reflect Bath architecture, not to be achingly contemporary but to mould into the valley. What really seems to interest people is that the buildings will be fronted in Bath stone, they all have parking and interiors are contemporary, with high quality finishes like engineered oak flooring, limestone in the bathrooms and Neptune kitchens.”

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