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8 values of Bath

Georgian splendour, Unique location

With its magnificent Georgian crescents and terraces, Bath is synonymous with hugely desirable, aspirational property.

Close links to London

Bath has excellent transport links with mainline train services to London Paddington every 15 minutes. It takes less than 90 minutes to reach central London.

World Heritage Bath

Bath is designated as a World Heritage site by UNESCO, it is the only city in the UK to have this honour bestowed upon it.

City of Culture

The city possesses a vibrant cultural scene, where the arts, food, fashion and sport all feature heavily.

Beautiful countryside

The surrounding countryside is picture postcard pretty and supports an active rural scene.

Foodie heaven

Bath’s food and drink scene is thriving with an amazing array of restaurants and bars.

Stellar shopping

Bath is where wonderfully creative independents rub shoulders with major high street brands.

Good schools

Bath is well served for education with many leading schools located in the city.

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