Mogers Drewett’s Bath office has moved. Our new address is: St James House, The Square, Lower Bristol Road, Bath, BA2 3BH.

Michael Blowers

Partner Residential Property | Bath
Direct: 01225 750011
Office: 01749 342323
Mob: 07766 058362

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I am a Partner in the Residential Property team at Mogers Drewett. In that role I cover all three offices but am mainly based in the Bath office.

I joined the firm in 1981, qualified as a solicitor in 1984, shortly followed by becoming a Partner.

I have had the pleasure of acting for a large number of clients for over 30 years advising in all aspects of residential property whether it be sales, purchases or re-mortgages and specialise in dealing with high net worth clients and their property transactions.

Every client is dealt with on an individual basis and my emphasis is on building an understanding of clients and their needs and requirements.

Outside work I enjoy spending time with my wife, two children and granddaughter and enjoy many sports. I also find time to travel wherever possible.

 

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  • I must write to thank you most sincerely for such a smooth and seamless sale and purchase. You and your team were extremely efficient and professional in taking the sting out of the transaction by always being available, responsive and on the spot to advise and sort out any problems, even when on holiday. A big, big thank you!

    Mr C Knight

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