Two Friday trios

Two top trios for a sunny autumn Friday afternoon!  Here’s our top three Victorian new instructions picks for this week, along with a treble of of sales we’ve agreed before the weekend. We’ve also been busy researching our clients properties and have found some interesting snippets of Oldfield Park history for each new property. For… Read More



September property data – 2018 Bath property market update

September is the beginning of the meteorological autumn (1st) and was called Gerstmonath by the Anglo Saxons (barley month). Michaelmas Day on the 29th is traditionally the last day of the harvest season. Our usual quota of Bath property stats can be found below, including a link to our full spreadsheet (seven sections of property… Read More



November Bath property market data

November is a month packed with festivals and traditions, from All Saints Day and Armistice Day to Bonfire Night, Thanksgiving and St Andrews Day.  Tutankhamen’s tomb was discovered in November (1922) and two first flights took place in November (the first helicopter in 1907 and the first hot air balloon in 1783). November is also the… Read More



Our May Bath property highlights

Trawling through Rightmove, Zoopla and the like will give you a decent overview of choice in the Bath property market but there’s no substitute for a bit of advice from the heart of the local industry. Each partner in our office tends to specialise in different parts of the Bath property market and have visited all of… Read More



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 –… Read More



Buying property and the art of compromise

Compromise – verb “to allow your principles to be less strong or your standards to be lower” Having spent some of last week filming around the city with some buyers on a certain Channel 4 programme, we have been discussing the essence of compromise quite a bit! As with many potential viewers, we started off with… Read More



Melcombe Court – first time pad or investment?

First floor two bedroom apartment with allocated parking space in ever popular Melcombe Court. Just 300yds from Moorland Rd shops yet bordering the Linear Park & Two Tunnels cycleway, this is a leafy quiet development which has proved ideal for first time buyers, retirees and investors over the years. Offered with no chain, this apartment… Read More



City pad or village home?

Complete chance that we took these two properties on on the same day but this is a superb example of what £250,000 buys you in and out of Bath – both properties are priced at exactly the same level, both have at least 2 bedrooms and both have gardens and off street parking but there the… Read More



Melcombe Court – new 2 bed ground floor flat to let

Ground floor two double bedroom apartment with private parking in the heart of Oldfield Park, convenient for Moorland Rd amenities and Linear Park green spaces. The property has been substantially upgraded with double glazing throughout, modern kitchen and white bathroom suite. Enjoying views towards Bear Flat from the enclosed private balcony off the generous 17’4… Read More



Lower Oldfield Park 2 bed garden apartment newly instructed

Garden apartments with such a garden as this are rare at the best of times so throw in some great internal space and you have a very nice apartment. Once through the front door the property comprises of; 17′ x 14′ living/dining room with bay window, two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and hall. There are a… Read More