Properties are listed in price order and we like to include some recent sold prices to keep potential buyers and sellers informed of market activity.
This late Victorian (circa 1886) end of terrace townhouse has nicely proportioned accommodation over three levels and is situated in a quiet little street with a good range of shops and amenities in the area. Close to National Trust parkland, walks and cycling along the canal towpath. The location could not be better if you want to live in a prime suburban location just a short walk from the city centre.
A rather grand three bedroom semi-detached house, built in 1924, offering typically spacious accommodation for this age of property. Situated opposite the beautiful Sydney Gardens and just a short walk from excellent schools and the city centre. Ample parking space, double garage (452 square feet) and attractively planted gardens – with a delightfully scented chamomile lawn – make this an interesting and practical home.
An attractive three bedroom Edwardian terraced home in this prime central Bath location. Always popular with a variety of different age groups as there really is something for everyone in Bathwick. Away from main roads, surrounded by beautiful parks, walks along the canal, short walk from two of the best schools in Bath, the city centre, train and bus station.
A substantial bay-fronted three bedroom Edwardian townhouse like this in the tree-lined avenues of Bathwick makes a wonderful home. Probably the best location in Bath if you want peaceful surroundings within a short walk from the city centre and train station. There are also excellent schools in the neighbourhood and beautiful parks for dog-walking, free tennis courts, boat watching and walks along the canal.
There are some superb properties along this section of the Warminster Road heading out to the beautiful old Bathampton village. This immaculately presented three bedroom 1920’s detached house is as pretty as a picture and has the most amazing garden (about 70 metres long). With a garage and ample parking to the front of the property this is a home that has lots of appeal.
A much improved 1930’s terraced house in one of the more sought-after Oldfield Park Avenues providing generously proportioned and extended three bedroom and three reception room accommodation. Enjoying a wonderful city view from its elevated position and with parking for two cars at the end of a landscaped rear garden.
Centrally located first floor two bedroom apartment with a private parking space to the rear of the building. The current owner has lived in the property since it was built in 1984 and the interior has been stylishly upgraded with granite work top kitchen cupboards and a modern bathroom suite.
One of the larger design first floor two bedroom apartments in the light west-facing corner of this highly regarded warden assisted building with excellent communal facilities and a lift to the upper floors. Minimum age for residency of fifty five.
Very tastefully presented one double bedroom apartment situated on the first floor of this centrally located end of terrace Georgian townhouse with tall ceilings and sash windows in every room. Gas central heating and the great benefit of having a detached garage.
Situated just around the corner from Great Pulteney Street in a prime central Bath location, this second floor one bedroom apartment requires modernising and offers great potential to create an ideal home or busy letting investment.
This spacious two double bedroom second floor (top) apartment has been a lucrative letting investment for the last fourteen years or so. Situated away from main roads and not far from a good range of shops and amenities in popular Larkhall village on the eastern edge of Bath.
A welcoming and energy efficient one bedroom apartment on the first floor of this lovely old building next to the village church. Conveniently situated about 3 miles (5 km) west of Corsham and 5 miles (8 km) northeast of Bath.