For sale in Bristol: spacious Grade II listed farmhouse with 6 bedrooms, cellar and barns

The property is located within Bridge Farm, an emerging project which is embracing a sustainable approach to living and working.

A stunning Bristol Grade II listed farmhouse has gone on the market.

The 6-bedroom house in Stapleton is arranged over three floors with an additional cellar, barns and outbuildings and needs complete renovation. 

The property also benefits from a beautiful walled front/side garden and mature gardens at the back. 

The farmhouse sits within the curtilage of Bridge Farm, which covers an area of circa 3.5 acres and abuts Glenfrome Road and Bell Hill in Stapleton, has easy access to amenities in Stapleton village and good transport links into the city centre.

The property is due to be sold in an online auction on April 25 at 6pm by Maggs & Allen, Auction Commercial & Investment. The guide price is £250,000. Bidding is via proxy, telephone or online remote bidding and you will need to fill in the remote bidding form from the agency's website to take part.

Bridge Farm is an emerging project which is embracing a different approach to living and working, with a focus on sustainable living, sustainable transport, local food production, local renewable energy production, energy efficiency, connecting with nature, and having a lighter footprint on the planet.

The farmhouse is to be sold on a new 999-year lease with the freehold being retained by the community organisation, with the objective that it transfers to a community land trust in due course, which the successful purchaser can be part of.

Planning consent has been granted for the conversion of the farmhouse into a 5-bedroom HMO under a wider application which also includes the conversion of 3 separate barns within Bridge Farm into self-contained dwellings and the conversion of various other outbuildings into workshops, a café and event spaces under the community-led project.

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