If you’re a Mary Berry fan, then here’s a property right up your street.
The historic high school in Bath where Mary Berry CBE learned how to cook has been turned into a luxury residential complex.
Developers Galliard Homes and Acorn Property Group have released the listed building for sale where there are just three homes available.
Set in six acres of parkland, with a formal lawn and residents’ tennis court, Hope House offers a wonderful mix of city living and countryside calm
Robin Squire, Regional Managing Director of Acorn’s Bristol office says: “We are delighted to release the final collection of homes for sale at Hope House, a project we are very proud of. The Georgian mansion has been carefully restored and transformed into new homes, and the new-build element has been thoughtfully designed to match the historic elements, making for one wonderful, grand scheme. Our scheme is now brought to life, with people drawn to the wonderful mix of city living and countryside quiet; Hope House ticks both boxes in a refined way.”
Residents are a short walk from Bath’s centre for independent shops and restaurants, whilst also enjoying the tranquillity of the landscaped grounds for relaxing, picnics and sports.
Many buyers are drawn to this location’s balance between lifestyles, as COVID-19 has shifted buyer priorities; having the beautiful outside space on offer at Hope House is a key attraction for many whilst also being close enough to enjoy all local amenities.
George Baffoe-Djan, Head of Galliard’s Western Division says: “Following strong buyer enquiries despite the challenging year we’ve all experienced, we are delighted so many buyers have found their dream home at Hope House. The final collection release has been highly anticipated and we are proud to showcase the elegant homes on offer. Our buyers are finding Hope House offers calm tranquillity whilst also being very well located for enjoying the amenities of Bath’s centre. Given the scheme’s rich this is a fantastic opportunity to reserve one of the last homes available.”