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Bath and Somerset’s least and most expensive house sales in March 2018

Like property prices across the country, there’s a big difference in the values of properties sold across Bath and Somerset, ranging from £1.8 million for a four-bed house in Camden Crescent, one of Bath’s premier streets, to £61,000 for a one-bedroomed retirement flat in Hendford.

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Camden Crescent has a lot to offer its new owner as one of only two houses on the street not converted into flats, including four floors of accommodation, a wine cellar, double garage and private garden, rare for this part of Bath.

In Somerset, the most expensive property was Charleigh Green in Wadeford, which sold for just over £1.3 million. Said to have some of the best views in Somerset, this property is tucked away off a private lane even Google can’t find.

For those with a smaller budget, flats in Glastonbury and Bath sold for £78,000 and £146,000 respectively, not a bad price for a BA1 postcode and in a thriving property market, meaning Bath Estate Agents such as Bath Estate Agents have plenty of options when it comes to finding you your next home.

Most expensive

– 7 Camden Crescent, Bath BA1 5HY – £1,891,500
– Manor Farm, Manor Road, Saltford BS31 3AF – £1,670,000
– 48 Sydney Buildings, Bath, BA2 6DB – £1,500,000
– Hallfield, Chardleigh Green, Wadeford TA20 3AJ – £1,380,000
– The Brow, Charlcombe Lane, Lansdown, Bath BA1 5TP – £1,200,000
– Western Farm, Lower Swell, Taunton TA3 6PH – £940,000
– Dowlish Brook House, Moolham Lane, Ilminster TA19 0PD – £825,000
– Sherston Lodge, Evercreech BA4 6LG – £820,000
– Mulgrave, Rudge, Frome BA11 2QG – £765,000
– 27 Stothert Avenue, Bath BA2 3FF – £725,000

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Least expensive

– 3 Somerset Way, Highbridge TA9 4AT – £100,000
– 8 Whiting Lane, North Petherton TA6 6PU – £99,950
– 6 Gunville Gardens, Milborne Port, Sherborne DT9 5FF – £96,566
– Flat 1e Ash House, South Road, Brean TA8 2RF – £95,000
– 13b Bancks Street, Minehead TA24 5DJ – £90,000
– 7 Dwelly Close, Chard TA20 2AT – £88,000
– 36 Toll House Way, Chard TA20 1FH – £85,000
– Flat 4, St Johns Place, Glastonbury BA6 9QN – £78,000
– Flat 7, Winsor House, Parkway TA6 4HU – £70,000
– Flat 11, Homeville House, Hendford BA20 1UZ – £61,000

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