Sitting just twelve miles south east of Bath, the peaceful town of Trowbridge can trace its origins back to the 10thcentury. The town centre reflects a classic old English charm and features a wealth of distinctive Bath stone listed buildings.
The new development is well positioned for local amenities with a Co-op convenience store just metres away and a large Sainsbury’s within walking distance. A public bus service stops directly outside the property with a regular service to the town centre as well as neighbouring towns and villages in the surrounding areas.
The town centre itself is compact, making it easy to navigate and enjoy on foot. The historic Fore Street is located less than half a mile from the development and is the central shopping street for the town and a great place to browse and enjoy some retail therapy. For a larger selection of high street stores the Shires and Castle Place shopping centres can also be easily reached by public transport.
Culture lovers will enjoy a visit to the Trowbridge Museum and Art Gallery, which offers a rich insight into local history and particularly English cloth production.
Health services are in rich supply in the area with several GP practices. The Trowbridge Community Hospital is situated immediately adjacent to the McCarthy & Stone development. There is a good road network and excellent public transport links from Trowbridge. Frequent rail services offer links to London, Bristol and Wales. There is also a public bus service directly to the front of the property, with regular services to the town centre, as well as neighbouring towns and villages.