Bath’s rich architectural heritage, iconic landmarks and interesting history make it one of the most popular cities in the UK with tourists. Surrounded by the beautiful Somerset countryside, it has no fewer than 5,000 buildings listed for their architectural merit. Most famous for its Roman Baths and the iconic Royal Crescent it is a city with a truly unique personality.Image from Pinterest : Source
Bath is not simply a relic to the past however, and has a modern, vibrant cultural scene with a variety of bars, restaurants and theatres. It plays host to a number of festivals, concerts and exhibitions and as a university town it has plenty in the way of nightlife.
If you have ever thought about living among all this Georgian loveliness in the West Country then check out Linden Homes property for sale in Bath for some inspiration. The area has excellent amenities and a selection of high performing schools, as well as a thriving economy, making the possibility of living among all this regency a realistic ambition.
When you think of property in Bath the idea that probably springs to mind is that of magnificent Georgian crescents with hefty price tags. Whilst this is certainly the case at the top end of the property market, there are also a number of older period properties and new builds that can be picked up at reasonable prices. Edge slightly further out of the city centre and you will find Victorian terraces, apartments, cottages and bungalows.
Once you have found your ideal home, Bath has an abundance of cultural activities to enjoy. The main art gallery is the Victoria which has a number of high profile exhibitions displayed throughout the year as well as its own collections. There are a number of smaller galleries displaying various works. For drama, the Theatre Royal hosts big name productions and is one of the country’s best examples of a Georgian theatre.
The city is also great for shopping and has a fantastic variety of independent stores doing battle with the usual high street names. You will find everything from vintage fashion to antiques and bric-a-brac among the city’s side streets, while on Milsom Street you will find the famous department store Jolly’s.
If you like to keep fit there is a vast selection of health and fitness clubs to choose from and the University Sports Training Village which boasts an Olympic size swimming pool is open to the public.
The city is also home to the world famous Bath Rugby Club, where you can watch first class sport at their ground which is right beside the River Avon.