Houses and flats in East of Bath
The county of Wiltshire, more specifically to the East of Bath offers pretty villages and small towns with colourful markets and independent shops, surrounded by breath-taking countryside. Renowned for its iconic white horses carved into the rolling chalk downs, a large portion of its landscape falls within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty including The Cotswolds.
Wiltshire is an ideal county to visit if you love the great outdoors with plenty of opportunities for cycling and walking activities. The Kennet & Avon Canal crosses the heart of the county and passes through Pewsey, Devizes, Bradford on Avon as well as a number of smaller villages. There is a National Trust village at Lacock and stunning historic houses and gardens including Longleat House which is one of Britain's most impressive examples of high Elizabethan architecture.
Properties for sale can be found in areas such as Bradford on Avon, Box, Corsham and Lacock offering a great choice for those looking to relocate to the countryside.
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Living in East of Bath
Bradford on Avon is a beautiful Saxon town on the edge of the Cotswolds facing the River Avon, which boasts a wide range of day-to-day amenities. Home to the Wiltshire Music Centre which hosts high quality classical, jazz, folk, world and contemporary music concerts throughout the year and a winner in the Sunday Times “Best Places to Live in Britain” competition in early 2015.
The village of Box is enjoys a thriving community supported by a surprising range of amenities including a shop, doctors surgery and and is surrounded by magnificent countryside, which form part of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Corsham is a quiet, unspoilt town with a wealth of beautiful and historic buildings including 17th Century Flemish buildings, weavers cottages, old inns and the elegant Town Hall. The historic village of Lacock is famed for its Abbey and being the setting for cinema and TV productions including Harry Potter and Pride and Prejudice.
The towns and villages to the East of Bath are well placed for commuting with easy access to the M4 Junctions 17, 18 and the wider motorway network. There is are an abundance of first class schools in the area at all levels.
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