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Bellway - Mulberry Park, BA2

Prices from £395,000 to £535,000

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Welcome to Mulberry Park

Showhome opening August 2017 – contact our sales advisor for details

Mulberry Park is a select development of new homes in Bath, available in a variety of styles to appeal to a range of purchasers, from professionals to families, first-time buyers to investors.

This collection of 2-bedroom apartments and 2,3,4 and 5-bedroom houses is finished to the highest standards and offers a quality specification. Many apartments benefit from balconies and allocated parking, while houses feature open-plan living areas, spacious layouts, integrated kitchen appliances, garages and generous gardens.

In a semi-rural setting and less than three miles from the centre of Bath, Mulberry Park is ideally placed for benefiting from the amenities this historic city and World Heritage Site offers. Residents will find a wealth of restaurants, cafés and bars throughout the city centre in Milsom Place, New Bond Street, the Artisan Quarter and Upper Town. Shopping, too, is world class with a mixture of high-street stores, designer boutiques and specialist retailers attracting visitors from across the region and beyond. A weekly farmers’ market takes place in Green Park Station, and the indoor Guildhall Market on High Street – the oldest shopping destination in Bath – is open every day except Sunday.

For families, several well-regarded schools can be found near the development, including Combe Down CE Primary School and for secondary age students, Ralph Allen School. Bath College provides a range of apprenticeships and higher education courses, while the University of Bath and Bath Spa University offer undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.

Out of school, leisure opportunities abound. Bath is a major tourist destination and as such boasts a plethora of museums, art galleries, historic buildings and monuments, such as the Holburne Museum, the Jane Austen Centre, Bath Abbey, the Grand Pump Room and the Victoria Art Gallery. The Roman Baths dating back to around 70AD and the Georgian architecture of the Royal Crescent are perhaps the most famous of the city’s ancient and architectural sites.

Sports fans will find a gym, swimming pool, sports hall and fitness studio at Bath Sports and Leisure Centre, while the 57 acres of Royal Victoria Park encompass tennis courts, a golf course, bowling green, skatepark and a children’s play area.

Major routes easily accessible from the development include the A4 (for Bristol, Reading, Maidenhead and London), the A36 (for Warminster, Salisbury and Southampton), and the M4 (for Cardiff, Swansea, Reading and London).

The nearest railway station to Mulberry Park is Bath Spa, from where regular services run to Bristol, Cardiff, Salisbury, Exeter, Plymouth and London Paddington.

For domestic and international flights, Bristol Airport is around 40 minutes drive away via the A368.