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James Samson Property - Relocation

Based in Bath, James Samson Property is well placed to help you relocated to Bristol, Bath and the Somerset area. Discover how we can help you.

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James Samson Property - Relocation

  1. 1. James Samson Property | Relocation
  2. 2. West Country Relocation Relocating to Somerset might seem like a daunting task, especially if you are moving for business. As a professional property buyer, James Samson Property can help you in a number of ways, from organising short term rentals to helping you find and purchase a property. Being based in Bath and solely focused on property in Somerset, enables us to act quickly, continue to build local contacts and uncover hidden opportunities. Also, we can introduce you to the area, schools - should you have children and provide introductions to local business contacts.
  3. 3. You might be moving to Bristol for a short term contract and therefore require a different solution to those who are permanently relocating to Bath. The area contains many types of properties, from cosy family homes to city centre apartments, to large country houses and luxury penthouses. Our proactive approach will enable you to find the most suitable property for your situation within your time limit and hassle free. The Right Property
  4. 4. Living in Bath Bath, is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city is world famous for its history, architecture, and the Roman Baths. First known by the Latin name Aquæ Sulis ("the waters of Sulis") c. AD 60, when the Romans built baths and a temple in the valley of the River Avon. The naturally warm spring water is still used today. Many of the streets and squares, crafted from Bath stone, were laid out by John Wood, the Elder, in the 18th century. In 1830, Princess Victoria opened the Royal Victoria Park. Famously, Jane Austen lived in Bath in the early 19th century. Today, living in Bath is stimulating, with a vibrant business community, well respected educational institutes and a wide range of leisure activities. Relax at one of many 5-star hotels, or choose from eclectic shopping, sports or the arts. While famous for Georgian architecture, often found in the city centre, Bath property includes a wide range of styles and types. James Samson Property would be thrilled to help you decided where to live in Bath.
  5. 5. Shopping An exciting mix of independent boutiques and large chain shops makes shopping in Bath a unique experience. Travel Bath has easy access to the M4. Bath Spa Train Station offers regular services to London Paddington [90 mins], Bristol [10 mins] as well as other major cities. Bristol Airport [30 mins drive] flys to National and International destinations and has a private terminal. Education Renowned for both private and public schooling. Educational institutes of note include Monkton Combe, The Royal High School for Girls, and King Edward's School. Bath University ranks within the top 10 higher learning institutes in the country [Sunday Times]. Whereas Bath Spa University is well regarded for music, art and teaching. Lifestyle and Culture With a varied program, The Theatre Royal is sure to delight. The Victoria Art Gallery offers two floors of art, with contemporary exhibitions on the ground floor and a historic collection on the first. In addition, there are many smaller galleries within Bath. The Holburne Museum, Number 1 Royal Crescent and the Assembly Rooms, amongst others, make for interest look into local history. Sports There is a huge range of sporting opportunities nearby including polo at Beaufort Polo Club and Cirencester Park Polo Club. National and international rugby at Bath and Bristol as well as county cricket. A range of country pursuits is available locally including horse racing, fishing and water sports on the River Avon.
  6. 6. Living in Bristol Bristol is the United Kingdom's 8th most populous city. Dating back to the beginning of the 11th century, when a settlement known as Brycgstow (Old English "the place at the bridge") was built near the confluence of the rivers Frome and Avon. Bristol was a starting place for early voyages of exploration to the New World. On a ship out of Bristol in 1497 John Cabot, a Venetian, became the first European since the Vikings to land on mainland North America. In 1499 William Weston, a merchant was the first Englishman to lead an exploration to North America. Today, living in Bristol is invigorating, with a vibrant business community which encompasses Banking and Finance, Media, Tech, and Law. The city provides a number of highly regarded educational institutes as well as exemplary shopping, sporting and arts opportunities. With many different areas to choose from, each with their own unique feel, Bristol property includes a range of styles and types. James Samson Property would be delighted to help you decided where to live in Bristol.
  7. 7. Shopping The city centre is home to a number of large chain shops including Harvey Nichols and the Cabot Circus shopping centre. While, Clifton Village is well known for its independent boutiques. The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, a short drive, offers 130+ shops. Travel Both M4 and M5 wrap around the city. Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway provide great rail links across the UK. Bristol to London 1h 40m. Bristol Airport offers flights to National and International destination, as well as having a private terminal. Education Bristol has the country's second- highest concentration of independent school places, after London. Local, independent schools of note include Clifton College, Clifton High School, and Queen Elizabeth's Hospital School. The city is home to two universities, the University of Bristol and the University of the West of England (UWE). Lifestyle and Culture Bristol features many live music venues as well as Bristol Old Vic, England's oldest continuously operating theatre, and The Hippodrome. The Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery houses a varied collection. While, the Watershed Media Centre and Arnolfini gallery, exhibit contemporary art. Sports There is a huge range of sporting opportunities nearby, including national and international rugby at Bristol as well as county cricket. There is also fishing and water sports on the River Avon.
  8. 8. James Samson Property www.jamessamsonproperty.co.uk info@jamessamsonproperty.co.uk +44 (0) 1225 478961 +44 (0) 7929 605334

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