Underground parking in Bath sells for over £ 115,000
An underground car park in central Bath sold for over Â£ 100,000 just days after it hit the market.
The location near Circus Mews has been described as offering a rare opportunity to get decent sized and secure space in the city, where parking is still scarce.
And someone clearly agrees, after a buyer comes forward despite a high guide price of Â£ 115,000.
A brochure from agents Whiteley Helyar said: âA very rare opportunity to acquire a good sized parking space in a secure underground garage with an electric gate and lighting.
‘The garage occupies a very convenient and sought after position, a short walk from the wide selection of shops, galleries and restaurants both in the heart of town and in Margaret’s pedestrianized buildings.
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Parking in Bath is a lifelong puzzle for residents and tourists alike.
Parking lots for visitors are known to be full on busy days and each resident gets a limited number of permits, which can lead to difficult times for drivers.
Parts of downtown Bath may soon be closed to vehicles due to fears of terrorist attacks.
The council plans to install terminals and remove parking spaces, even for residents.
But he was accused of failing to take into account the needs of vulnerable populations.
A public consultation received around 200 comments, with some criticizing proposals to block access to residents’ vehicles, taxis and vans for parcel and food delivery.