"Open-plan living spaces have many advantages for family life and entertaining, and they increase the opportunity to bring lots of natural light into your home."

Environ on Houzz

"Enviably located on the River Frome among beautiful rolling countryside six miles south -east of Bath, Environ Communities project Fresh ford Mill consists of converted original mill buildin!:,"aSn d new-build properties plus - big bonus - a lake and an island nature reserve"

Freshford Mill in Bath Life

“The village, six miles south-east of Bath, lies in the Cotswold AONB and has a train station, a community shop, a surgery and a pub”

Freshford Mill in Country Life

“With Freshford railway station putting Bath 10 minutes away by train, residents will also be able to enjoy the Georgian architecture and Roman baths that make the city a UNESCO World Heritage site.”

Freshford Mill in Daily Express

“A new development near Bath will be a dream come true for buyers who love this Georgian masterpiece. There is growing excitement over the redevelopment of Freshford Mill, five miles to the south.”

Freshford Mill in Daily Mail

"Freshford's Green Belt status means the Bath stone village is protected from new development, but a very rare and innovative scheme to restore and convert the village's mill into homes overlooking a lake and nature reserve"

Freshford Mill in The Metro

"'Most of our buyers moving from outside of the area come from London.' New developments in the area are heavily restricted and much in demand, like Freshford Mill, a historic site six miles south east of Bath which offers a rare opportunity to buy in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty."

Freshford Mill on Plentific Blog

"The key to smart technology implementation is to "make it easy to use without needing to be an IT boffin and making sure that the package is truly functional rather than a sales gimmick"

Environ in Show House

“Freshford Mill is now being renovated by the Wiltshire-based Environ Communities using local timber and stone to create 21 homes ranging from two-bedroom apartments to five-bedroom houses.”

Freshford Mill in The Telegraph
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