Two new Oldfield Park Avenue homes

Three storey cul de sac located three bedroom Edwardian family terrace with two receptions, kitchen, utility, first floor bathroom, long west facing rear garden and garage. Ideally positioned for excellent local schools, the Linear Park cyclepath and Moorland Rd shopping yet quietly situated in this tucked away little valley. Plenty of character charm married to… Read More



The origins of a road – Shakespeare Avenue and Bear Flat

Bear Flat, Poets Corner and Beechen Cliff – Bear Flat is south of central Bath, largely built during the early years of the reign of King Edward VII. The Wellsway runs through Bear Flat and originally this was the main pilgrimage route from Bath (with its Abbey) to Wells (with its cathedral). ‘Flat’ may be derived from… Read More



More old photos of Bath

Taken during the Second World War we think or certainly after the Bath Blitz of 1942 – Victoria Park below the Crescent has been segmented into Dig for Victory allotments and the remains of St Andrews Church are still standing behind the Crescent, albeit without its spire.  A view of Camden Crescent that would be impossible to take… Read More