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Introducing Norfolk Place

With an outer façade that curves gracefully into a crescent at the top of the Upper Bristol Road, Norfolk Place pays subtle architectural homage to the iconic Royal Crescent just a few minutes walk away, and references the Georgian architecture prevalent throughout Bath.

In fact, this collection of 67 one and two bedroom apartments reflects the unique aesthetics of its surroundings in more ways than one. Comprised of two buildings - the crescent-shaped terrace and a south-facing building that looks out over the River Avon - Norfolk Place was constructed primarily using Bath sandstone so as to integrate seamlessly with the Georgian frontage of the villas that line the Upper Bristol Road.

Between the two buildings, a series of diverse gardens welcome local wildlife and bring people together to enjoy the greenery from the sandstone benches. From the development's café, you can look out over riverside planting that supports a variety of flora and fauna, and frames the gleaming expanse of the River Avon.

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What's on Offer

Begin your morning by indulging in some me-time with a massage at the spa or a soak in the hydrotherapy pool, or get your endorphins pumping with a specially tailored workout in the gym and stretch studio.

Enjoy a leisurely coffee at the riverside café, and head for the honesty bar to catch up with friends over a glass of wine as the evening draws in.

Whatever your plans for the day, Norfolk Place's facilities are designed to cater to all your needs, whims and requirements. Here, you'll quickly find that looking after yourself becomes a lifestyle, not a special treat.



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An Elegant Spa Town Steeped in Culture

"Oh! Who can ever be tired of Bath?" - it was a question posed by the wide-eyed Catherine Morland in Jane Austen's famous novel Northanger Abbey, as she entered the city of pleasures that was fast becoming England's most fashionable destination in the late 18th century.

And yet it's a question still pertinent today. Home to the world's best preserved Roman Baths and the popular Thermae Bath Spa, where you can bathe in Britain's only naturally warm, mineral-rich spa pools, Bath has retained its reputation as a health destination for centuries.

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Please note that images are for illustrative purposes only and may differ from the completed apartment. Floor plans and pricing are accurate at time of publication, and these and the dimensions given are illustrative for the development and individual apartments may differ. Floor plans are for guidance purposes only and are subject to change. Prices may fluctuate depending on market conditions and availability.