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



Aerial photos of Bath

Aerial photos of Bath – first published in the Bath Chronicle “Down Memory Lane” feature during 2001 and initially taken by the Aerofilm company. With thanks to our lovely client Russell, who found these at the bottom of his wardrobe whilst moving and wanted to donate them to our collection! Each photo has a brief… Read More



June property data – 2018 Bath property market update

It may be time for our June property data update, Wimbledon and the Summer Solstice are fast approaching and the Romans believed June was the luckiest month for marriage but did you know that June is also Accordion Awareness Month and Adopt a Cat Month? Our usual quota of property stats can be found below,… Read More



Bath property market data – May update

A wealth of data in our Bath property market update this month, with our thanks to the devilishly clever Richard Speigal (follow him at @webunknown  on Twitter). Four graphs with BA1 and BA2 results direct from H.M Land Registry, a link to our spreadsheet (seven sections of property info tracked across eight time points between March… Read More



A Victorian January quartet

The Victorian terraces of Oldfield Park are a wonderful example of infinite variety – dating from the late 19th century Bath building boom in which private investment in speculative building financed extensive suburban housing developments, these streets are a cornucopia of different layouts, extensions and uses from house to house. Built for the people that fuelled… 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



Then and now in Bath

Top collage is George St from a 1918 postmarked card (although believed to be a circa 1910 photo) and again in 2016 Second collage is Abbey Green in 1905 and 2016 Below – Temperance Hall in Widcombe in, judging from the film advertising, 1924 and now. Built in 1847 on the site of an old turnpike… Read More