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Patrick Brady

Residential Department & Business Development Manager’ Residential | Bath
Direct: 01225 750058
Office: 01225 750000
Mob: 07525 670390

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I have nearly twenty years’ experience working within and managing residential sales businesses covering Dorset, Wiltshire, Somerset and Hampshire – most notably ten years with Savills in Salisbury.

Based in Bath but working across all offices, I will be responsible for creating new as well as building on existing partnerships with a variety of property professionals and increasing and enhancing the firm’s presence and reputation across the South West.

As a former rugby player I enjoy taking part and watching a variety of sports; I like to run, cycle and play cricket, squash, football and an occasional round of golf. I have two children who are very sporty and enjoy nothing more than watching them play and compete.


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