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Lydia Excell

Solicitor Residential Property | Bath
Direct: 01225 750005
Office: 01225 750000
Mob: 07541 688558

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I am a solicitor in the Residential Property team based in the Bath Office.

I advise a range of clients from first-time buyers looking to get a first foot on the property ladder through to individuals wanting to enhance their investment portfolio.

I have experience on a variety of residential property transactions including unregistered land, re-mortgages and transfers of equity.

I offer clients an efficient, friendly and proactive approach to buying and selling property, and I am passionate about building rapport with clients and agents, making sure everyone is kept informed and minimising stress as much as possible.

In my spare time I enjoy countryside walks with my golden retriever dog Bella. I am also a keen cyclist, runner and swimmer so like the odd challenge for a charity fundraiser but also to try and keep fit. Being based in Bath I am a rugby fan and can often be found at the rec on a weekend cheering on Bath Rugby.


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