Top 3 best value areas in Bath
According to research conducted by Propflo the top 3 best value locations in Bath are: Twerton, Trowbridge and Southdown & Whiteway.
We took the top 10,000 properties in Bath that had the highest Propflo property scores* and then matched these to ward areas. The average house prices for the past 5 years were then derived for each ward using HM Land Registry price paid data. Finally, we identified wards that fall within the bottom half of average house prices for Bath whilst also having the highest overall proportion of top-scoring properties.
The properties in these areas have scored highly by having comparable access to amenities and transport links while having similar risk and sustainability profiles to other more expensive areas in Bath.
Twerton is a suburb of the city of Bath, situated to the west of the city and home to the city’s football club, Bath City. Some describe Twerton as the hidden gem of bath due to having an amazing fish and chip shop and bakery along the high street.
5 year average house price: £246K
Odd Down is a suburb located south west of the city, with lots to offer and being close to the city centre. The sports ground has been part of a £3 million regeneration investment by Bath and Northeast Somerset Council.
5 year average house price: £305K
Not on the typical tourist trial, but Southdown is home to some incredible views of the countryside and is just 30 minutes walk to Bath Abbey.
5 year average house price: £314K
*The Propflo property score takes account of public data on a specific property and local area which it then aggregates into several topics including risks to the property and sustainability. The property score is not directly linked to the actual value or quality of a home, however. A £1m property may score lower than a £250k property for example, but this doesn’t mean the £1m property should be worth any less!
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Propflo is a property transaction transparency and decision support platform powered by machine learning (a form of artificial intelligence).
It was founded by successful proptech entrepreneur Luke Loveridge and geospatial and risk data scientist Dr Daniel Moyo. The business has a strong advisory team including the CEO of Yopa and ex-Purplebricks MD, Verona Frankish, and Dr Mike Tipping – a world-leading AI expert. It’s lead investor, Ying Tan, is also an industry expert having built and sold one of the largest specialist mortgage brokers in the country.
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