Camden Crescent and Lansdown from Tyning End, Widcombe Central Bath from Abbey View Gardens Royal Crescent and Lansdown from Bloomfield Road Bath City Farm on Kelston View The Recreation Ground, looking up Johnstone St to St Stephens Church on Lansdown
Claude Avenue – A spacious and characterful late Victorian three storey extended home in a superbly central Oldfield Park location but the real surprise is at the end of the long rear garden – a detached triple tandem 492sqft garage that can be a hobbyists paradise, home office or much more. The house itself has… Read More
This is why you should always insist on your estate agent taking photos of your home when the sun is out. If necessary, keep asking until it gets done!
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