Location & lifestyle
Stay fit, have fun
Riverside View is more than just a place to live. It's a place to be healthy and happy. There's a refurbished leisure centre featuring a new swimming pool and state-of-the-art gym with studio, sauna, café and soft play area to keep the kids entertained. Meanwhile, a surrounding network of walking and cycling routes lets you exercise further afield. After a day of being active you can relax in your choice of bar, restaurant or club in Keynsham or neighbouring Bath and Bristol.
BRISTOL & BATH
ON YOUR DOORSTEP
Character meets convenience
Keynsham is a market town offering a perfect blend of rural charm and urban amenities. You'll find everything on your doorstep – no need to drive. All the big-name super markets are close by and there's a farmers market every fortnight.
Its historic status means Riverside View is one of the few developments with a town centre location, making it totally unique and desirable. Add to this prices that are lower than Bath and Bristol, and a good school catchment area for the future, and you have a place to live that can grow as you do.
Well connected for work
Your new home sits in a perfect location for commuting. The railway station is within easy walking distance, and there are regular services to London and the South West.
Keynsham sits between Bath and Bristol – both are just 8 miles away – and accessible along the A4. The M4 isn't far away either, offering a convenient corridor to London and Wales. If you want more of a work out as you commute, you can bike it on the Bath to Bristol cycle path.
Finally, Bristol Airport is close by – and now offers national, European and international destinations.
RAILWAY STATION IS WITHIN
EASY WALKING DISTANCE
BATH AND BRISTOL
ONLY 8 MILES AWAY
FLY FROM BRISTOL TO NATIONAL
AND INTERNATIONAL DESTINATIONS
Fresh air & green spaces
Beautiful, rolling countryside surround Keynsham, making it the ideal place to get out and enjoy nature. The town's Memorial Park is also popular with residents and visitors alike. Covering 26 acres, the park was named to commemorate the war dead of Keynsham, remembering those who lost their lives in both World Wars as well as the Falklands conflict.
Step into history
Although Keynsham has been a market town since medieval times, the area has actually been occupied since the prehistoric age. The Romans, too, settled here. Indeed, the remains of many Roman buildings have been excavated. The town is also mentioned in none other than the Domesday Book, under the name of 'Cainesham'.