22 Jun

Historical background of property for sale in Bath 'may increase appeal'

Historical background of property for sale in Bath 'may increase appeal'

Homeowners may be able to increase the appeal of their historic property for sale in Somerset, if they can find out that someone interesting lived there in the past.

BBC House Detectives presenter and house historian Nick Barratt explained that many buyers find the prospect of living in a home owned by a historical celebrity appealing.

He told the Daily Telegraph: "Well, the architecture of a house holds clues to a lot of interesting insights.

"You can peel back the layers of fabric and find out a lot about the people who lived there before you."

Even houses for sale in Bath or Bristol that lack historical celebrity could prove appealing. Buyers can improve the allure by researching interesting facts about the local community.

Homeowners could improve the appeal of rural property for sale in Somerset by investing in energy efficiency measures, which are among the best ways of reducing heating bills, according to UK Energy Saving.ADNFCR-1222-ID-800590164-ADNFCR

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