- 20 Bedrooms
- 17 Bathrooms
- 10 Reception Rooms
A remarkable transformation has been taking place at the former Magistrates Court.
Magistrates Court was built in 1913 and was an operating court house until 2012.
Recently it was reconstructed into a luxury apartment building The Court House, featuring ten exclusive apartments. Greenhouse Invest Ltd has dedicated itself to the skilful regeneration of this historic location, turning it into an exclusive place to live.
Located in the heart of Bridgwater, The Court House offers an exclusive collection of one-, two- and three-bedroom refurbished apartments all benefiting from exquisite interiors. All apartments have underfloor heating, skylights as well as large historical windows retaining many original character details. Two of the apartments also have a fireplace for cosy evenings in the living room area.
The building has 24-hour CCTV and security alarms to provide the maximum level of safety for its residents. The residents also get their own parking space and access to the storage unit located on site of the house which can be used to keep bicycles, BBQs, skiing equipment etc.
The market town of Bridgwater has a colourful past that is reflected in its many historic buildings and is brought brilliantly to life through the tradition of its extraordinary annual illuminated carnival procession the largest in Europe.
City highlights include the unusually shaped St Mary's Church, the Blake Museum, Bridgwater Arts Centre (the first in the country), Somerset Brick and Tile Museum, the Bridgwater and Taunton Canal, the Docks and Westonzoyland Pumping Station Museum. With its fiercely independent character, it is also no surprise to find the town has a number of individual shops and cafes.
There are many educational facilities in Bridgwater. A few the many schools which surround the area are the Haygrove School and the Bridgwater College Academy, which makes Bridgwater an attractive place for families.
The Court House is located in a very convenient area, close to the Angel Place shopping centre and plenty of places to wine and dine. The River Parrett is also nearby, as well as Brewery Field park, provide the perfect setting for walking, cycling and picnicking. The Post Office is within close proximity, as well as bank branches such as Barclays, Lloyds, Santander and NatWest. The Scot Cinemas film centre also close at hand.
As the dominance of water transport has given way to the road, Bridgwater continues to be well placed for road links, settled between two junctions of the M5 motorway and on the main rail link. Trains from here to Bristol take approx 50 minutes.
Bridgewater, Somerset was chosen as an area for investment because we see huge potential for Bridgwater and Somerset. The area is developing rapidly, creating many new employment opportunities. Also, the new nuclear power station Hinkley Point C is going to be open by 2023. There are 25,000 employment opportunities, up to 1,000 apprenticeships and 64% of the project's construction value is predicted to go to UK companies.
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