Our Samhain selection – some top November Bath property

With conveyancing still taking 8 – 12 weeks on average, I’m afraid we can’t promise that these Bath properties are available for a pre Christmas move! However, these six currently available local homes are a superb illustration of a wide range of local property from a 1 bed apartment right up to a huge 4 bed detached house – covering a price range from £190,000 to £550,000, there’s got to be something in here for first time buyers, investors and families alike.

Full details for each can be found on our website at www.madisonoakley.co.uk but here are some brief thoughts on each;

Bath property

1 – St Georges Place, Lower Bristol Rd – Half a house and incredibly close to the centre, this two floor one bed flat is an ideal city base but has also been an excellent long term investment. Long lease, only one other flat in the building and not listed. 527sqft for £210,000

2 – Sladebrook Court, Englishcombe Lane – a massive  ground floor two bed 1970s flat with loads of open plan living space and even its own private garage. Spot on location for Coro Av buses down to town or Tescos just around the corner and a park just below the block. 720sqft for £190,000

3 – Brougham Hayes, Oldfield Park – All the atmosphere of a proper cottage, a secluded sunny garden and even a secret stair to a fab hidden study. This little two bed two recep house is not only enchanting but also about as close to town as you can get without being an apartment. 621sqft for £290,000

4 – Pippin Close, Peasedown St John – once a 2 bed house but now cleverly expanded to be 37% bigger. Utterly immaculate throughout, with one of the highest possible EPC ratings I’ve seen. Three types of off street parking, three bedrooms, three receptions – what do they say about things that come in threes? 926sqft for £270,000

5 – Southfields, Radstock – a proper substantial detached bungalow in a quiet spot below the football ground with a big even plot and absolutely everything remodelled, refurbished and redecorated. So newly finished, some of the paint is still drying. 1081sqft for £300,000

6 – Sladebrook Road, Southdown – tucked up a long drive away from the road with four bedrooms, lots of garden space and a huge garage. Started life in the 1800s as a market gardeners cottage and busting with character but you’ll stand mesmerised by the views before you notice anything else. 1267sqft for £550,000

 

Samhain  is a Gaelic festival marking the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter. Traditionally celebrated from the very beginning of one Celtic day to its end, or in the modern calendar, from sunset on 31 October to sunset on 1 November. It is one of the four Gaelic seasonal festivals (the others being Beltane, Imbolc and Lughnasadh)

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