Parking is noticeably expensive in Bath, more expensive than London in some cases, but some people are really willing to pay more.
House prices are on the rise and many Londoners are looking to leave the city for better schools and access to the countryside.
Bath is ideal as there is quick and easy access to the capital and it is such a wonderful city to raise a family.
Many townhouses in the city only have a street parking permit and some owners are willing to pay a lot to park their cars in the city.
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A one-car garage on Julian Road, a short walk from Bath city center, was recently sold by Knight Frank estate agents for £ 110,000, the price of a house in other areas.
There is a parking space at the front of the garage.
The description on the Knight Frank website says: “A single garage with parking in front, in a well-placed central location.”
It’s a sign of the times when people are willing to pay so much to park their cars.
Julian Road is a residential street close to the Royal Crescent with many shops and cafes nearby.
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The garage is in the middle of a busy street, close to local schools and churches and it is on a row of similar garages and very close to the local Spar store.
From there you can easily walk down to downtown or nearby Victoria Park.
Some very large Georgian houses nearby in places like The Royal Crescent, The Circus or Lansdown Crescent do not have a parking lot or garage although they sell for millions of pounds.
The new owner of this garage estimated it to be worth the asking price of £ 110,000 just for the privilege of storing your car.
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This notice was published: 2021-07-10 23:00:00