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Church Road, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, BS9








2,886-3,240 sq ft

268-301 sq m

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Key features

  • Oak panelled reception hall
  • Drawing room with inglenook and garden room beyond
  • Tom Howley kitchen/living/dining room and generous utility
  • Cloakroom and galleried landing
  • Principal bedroom suite and guest bedroom suite
  • Two further bedrooms, family bathroom and attic rooms
  • Gated off street car parking
  • Formal gardens to front, rear and large sun terrace
  • Detached garage with separate vehicular access
  • EPC Rating = E


Iconic ‘Stride’ in the Sneyd Park heartland.


A classic Stride family home constructed in the 1930’s and renovated extensively by the current owners. Much attention has been lavished not only on the interior but also the exterior with a heavy landscaping programme initiated in the latter. The property, which is constructed from brick and rendered elevations under a Brosley tiled roof includes replacement casement windows throughout, whilst the integrity of the interior has been well maintained. Modern enhancements include a comprehensive heating system, a Tom Howley kitchen and utility room and modern bathroom suites.

The accommodation is approached via the Oak paneled reception hall which is the central axis and with a galleried landing above. A cloakroom lies directly off. A pair of glazed doors open through to the large and welcoming drawing room which is dual aspect and by virtue of the sliding doors, opens through to the sun room, adapted as a gym. The inglenook remains the principal feature with Oak detailing, a lintel and a Claygate fireplace with China display cabinets either side. The sun room provides the first glimpse of the landscaped garden, this is triple aspect with double doors opening onto the sun terrace below for al fresco dining. The kitchen/living/ dining room is open plan, the former is beautifully appointed and ergonomic in design with a range of wall and base units and a Quartz work surface, a central island with breakfast bar is ideal for preparation and occasional dining and there is a twin bowl ceramic sink with a Quooker hot tap and a suite of integrated appliances by Neff are integrated. The occasional seating and dining area includes a bay over the front elevation and there is underfloor heating with a quality tiled floor. This is emulated in the utility room which features matching wall and base units, work surfaces and a Kohler sink.

The first floor offers four generous bedrooms and a comprehensive family bathroom with underfloor heating. The principal bedroom enjoys enviable views over the ward of Sneyd Park, and taking in Kingsweston Down beyond. There are built in wardrobes and a dedicated en-suite shower room. The guest bedroom is equally well equipped with a dual aspect orientation, walk in cupboard and shower room. The remaining two bedrooms are well served by the family bathroom.
The attic rooms are adaptable and in their present guise provide hybrid working with a study area and beyond a walk in dressing room.

The gardens are generous in scale with the front lawn fringed with established shrubbery and specimen trees for privacy. A gated, block paved drive provides secure off street car parking for a number of vehicles and in addition, a detached garage at the bottom of the garden has its own vehicular access. The rear garden is a collection of three outdoor rooms, fringed by Cotswold stone paths and with level lawns. The sizeable sun terrace has been treated with Indian slate and offers excellent al fresco dining there are retaining walls and steps with the same tiled copings. A planting programme has been initiated with colour throughout the year and a Magnolia provides the centrepiece. A useful under croft store room has space for the obligatory garden equipment.


Sneyd Park is a green and leafy suburb and conservation area. Sited on Quaker land this is a tranquil environment dominated by high net worth family houses, apartments and with the Parish church of St Mary Magdalene at its heart.

Geographically, Sneyd Park lies to the North West of Bristol’s commercial centre and benefits from the proximity to the historic Avon Gorge, Durdham Downs and nearby nature reserve. Neighbouring suburbs offer shops suitable for day to day living, whilst Clifton and Henleaze also have supermarkets including a Waitrose.

There are sport and leisure opportunities with golf courses, leisure clubs as well as walks and trim trails on the aforementioned Durdham Downs. There are good primary schools in Stoke Bishop and Westbury-on-Trym as well as independent schools in Clifton & Henleaze.

There are excellent communication links to the city (A4018 & A4) and also the motorway networks M5, M32 and M4. Bristol has two mainline train stations serving the wider country, whilst Bristol Airport has extensive flights to a number of European destinations.

Square Footage: 2,886 sq ft

Acreage: 0.5 Acres

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Church Road, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, BS9


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  • Sea Mills Station0.6 miles
  • Clifton Down Station1.4 miles
  • Shirehampton Station1.8 miles
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20 The Mall, Bristol, BS8 4DR

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