Millennium Terrace is a terrace of four spectacular traditionally styled mews houses with a contemporary twist.
Intricately designed these properties are awe-inspiring on every level. Following Georgian style architecture and traditional Bath stone frontage these four houses are flawlessly presented. The rear of the property, over 5 storeys, has a commanding and contemporary town house elevation.
Millennium Rise is ideally situated within 3 miles of the World Heritage Bath city centre and the historical village of Batheaston.
Bath city centre offers an array of chain and independent retail outlets, a fine selection of restaurants cafes and wine bars and a number of well renowned cultural activities which include a well-respected international music and literary festival, the newly refurbished One Royal Crescent and Holburne Museums and many pre-London shows at The Theatre Royal. World class sporting facilities are available at the nearby Bath Rugby and Cricket Clubs and Bath University.
There are also many excellent local amenities within easy reach in nearby Larkhall village which include The Rondo independent theatre, post office and general store, national chain supermarket, iron mongers, organic butchers, delicatessen, hairdressers, public house and gourmet takeaway.
There are also a number of excellent schools close at hand which include King Edward’s Schools on North Road, easily accessed via the nearby Bathampton toll bridge, St Saviours and St Marks Schools in Larkhall and St Stephens Primary School, The Royal High School and Kingswood Schools in Lansdown.
Communications include a direct line to London Paddington, Bristol and South Wales from Bath Spa Railway Station, the M4 Motorway is approximately 8 miles to the north and Bristol Airport is 18 miles to the west.