Fairfield Park and Lansdown from the top of Solsbury Hill (an Iron Age hill fort 625ft above Batheaston) Hazy view over Larkhall into Bath city centre
After every exchange, we always ask vendors and purchasers what we did right and what we could have done better.As a relatively new business, we know there will always be tweaks to make to customer service, marketing communication and the like but both Will and I are very interested to see how our personal approach to estate… Read More
We have over 50 photos of Bath and surrounding villages displayed on our Facebook page. If you live in Bath and would like copies of any of our photos, please do let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more info on Madison Oakley or contact details for our directors, do visit our website.
Two examples below of our historical notes for properties. Camden itself is named after Charles Pratt (First Earl of Camden, Recorder of Bath in 1759 and Lord Chancellor in 1766). The Palladian masterpiece of Camden Crescent (designed by John Eveleigh and built in 1787-8) bears the coat of arms of the Lord Chancellor whilst the… Read More