bristol estate agents

Welcome to Knight Frank in Bristol

The Bristol office has a well-established team that has worked within the city for many years; some of whom have extensive family ties and connections to the city. This provides a clear understanding of the benefits of certain properties and areas of Bristol, and the surrounding villages, allowing us to identify the needs and requirements of both our clients and buyers.


Norton Lane, Chew Magna, Bristol, Somerset, BS40

guide price £995,000

Stoughton Road, West Stoughton, Wedmore, Somerset, BS28

guide price £1,165,000

Caple Lane, Chew Stoke, Bristol, Somerset, BS40

guide price £1,225,000

Dinder, Wells, Somerset, BA5

price on application

Wookey Hole, Wells, Somerset, BA5

guide price £3,450,000

Rowberrow, Winscombe, Somerset, BS25

guide price £2,250,000

Wapley Road, Codrington, Bristol, Gloucestershire, BS37

guide price £1,950,000

Eaton Crescent, Clifton, Bristol, BS8

guide price £1,750,000

Brinsea Batch, Congresbury, North Somerset, BS49

guide price £1,650,000

Langford Road, Langford, North Somerset, BS40

guide price £1,500,000

Cadbury Camp Lane, Clapton in Gordano, Bristol, BS20

offers over £1,500,000

Horse Race Lane, Lower Failand, Bristol, BS8

guide price £1,350,000

Dundry Lane, Dundry, Bristol, Somerset, BS41

guide price £1,300,000

Bath Road, Langford, Bristol, Somerset, BS40

guide price £1,250,000

"2014 was a busy year and the signs for 2015 indicate we will have a similar year, with enquiries from eager buyers already coming in and new properties being prepared for an early launch. Our advice is to put your house on the market early and take advantage of the strong demand."  
James Toogood, Office Head

Knight Frank Bristol

Bristol estate agent, Knight Frank, handles residential and commercial property for sale in an area covering north east and north west Somerset, south Gloucestershire and Bristol City.

Often viewed as the gateway to the West Country, Bristol is a thriving and growing City, famous for its diverse range of architecture, open spaces and modern lifestyle. Fantastic transport links, easy access to parking, and excellent shopping facilities combine with outstanding educational facilities throughout the region, superb amenities and a host of attractions, making Bristol one of the most accessible and exciting cities in which to live.

Bristol completes an important link with its neighbouring offices in Bath and Cirencester which combine to provide unrivalled knowledge of the Somerset market and the bordering counties of Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Monmouthshire.

Why use us

Our in depth knowledge of the local market, combined with our extensive network of offices in the UK and around the world, means that we are able to match property to the best possible buyer. Backed up by a Research Department that is second to none, we can provide market appraisals you can really trust.

You can expect a personal and attentive service from us; a trusted advisor to support you through the process of buying, selling or managing your property, and to help solve any difficulties you may come across along the way.

Please do contact us for an informal and confidential discussion, and see how we can help you.

 

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Bristol sales

Visiting Us

Bristol Residential

Regent House
27a Regent Street
Clifton Bristol
BS8 4HR
United Kingdom
T: +44 117 3171999
F: +44 117 3171990
Opening Hours
Mon 9am to 6pm
Tue 9am to 6pm
Wed 9am to 6pm
Thu 9am to 6pm
Fri 9am to 6pm
Sat 9am to 2pm
Sun closed

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 Our latest publications

Bristol View - January 2015

January 2015 - January 2015 Download (PDF)

Prime Bristol City Index - Q4 2014

Q4 2014 - Q4 2014 Download (PDF)

The Wealth Report - 2015

2015 - 2015 Download (PDF)