Bristol dream property: Victorian mansion ‘with a certain presence to it’ on market in sought-after Sneyd Park

The stunning Victorian house in a sought-after area of Bristol was formerly the vicarage for a nearby church and would have been one of the grandest mansion houses in the area.

This “rather grand” Victorian mansion in a sought-after Bristol suburb has gone on the market for £1,650,000. The stunning five-bedroom home in Sneyd Park, Stoke Bishop, dates back to the 1880s at the earliest and “possesses a certain presence to it”, according to Leese and Nagle who are marketing the property.

According to the estate agents’ advertisement on Zoopla, the house was formerly the vicarage for St. Marys church and would have been one of the grandest mansion houses in the area. Today it forms the greater half of the original house, retaining most of its impressive period features.

Leese and Nagle said: “The fabric of the house has been immaculately maintained by the owner over many years of family ownership. Traditionally presented to an incredibly high standard, we envisage incoming buyers making changes to suit their lifestyle. The house with its sheer size offers flexibility in this respect.”

Let’s take a look inside.


LOCATION: Sneyd Park, Stoke Bishop, Bristol

PRICE: £1,650,000

AGENT: Lees and Nagle

CONTACT: 0117 974 174 (Clifton office), 0117 962 2299 (Westbury-on-Trym office)

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