The areas of Sneyd Park, Stoke Bishop and Coombe Dingle are renowned for their 1920’s and 1930’s architecture. These homes offer an entirely different way of living to those of Georgian town houses in Clifton, with the majority of the properties spread over two floors, sat within generous and mainly level gardens.
Sneyd Park and the surrounding areas remain popular with families given the access to superb parks, fantastic schools and sporting facilities. There is also easy access to motorway networks and popular The Mall at Cribbs Causway
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Living in Sneyd Park
Those choosing to live in Sneyd Park and Stoke Bishop have the benefit of Bristol’s iconic Durdham Downs, some 400 acres of open parkland on your doorstep which offers the buyer a tranquil area which is used by many. Schools close by include Elmlea, Badminton School for Girls, Clifton College and Clifton High.
Why use Knight Frank?
Every member of the Knight Frank team is committed to its continued successful track record in selling Sneyd Park, Stoke Bishop’s and Coombe Dingle’s most prestigious houses and apartments. With offices including Bristol, Bath, Cheltenham and Exeter, our network could not be stronger to help you find a property or indeed find you a buyer for your home.
If you are thinking of selling your house or apartment we would really love to hear from you so that we can offer you advice. Call on 0117 317 1999