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Overview

Downend Estate Agent

Sell, let or buy property with Hunters

We’ve worked in Downend for over 20 years, and we know the property market here better than anyone.

As our customer, you benefit from our expertise and knowledge, giving you a smooth, stress-free sale or let.

Contact us today to talk about your property needs and to book your free valuation.

Our services

  • Free property valuation (online or in-person)
  • 24/7 support through your My Hunters portal 
  • A fully managed sale
  • Expert advice from our experienced local agents
  • Bespoke, professional marketing packages for your property 
  • Flexible lettings services, from securing tenants right through to fully managing your property

Why choose Hunters Downend?

The best marketing

We know how to get your property seen and how to generate interest.  You’ll have the best property listing, choosing from professional photography, videography, floor plans and more. We promote your listing on all the main property websites and also get in touch with our extensive list of contacts who are looking to rent or buy in Downend right now.

Flexible lettings services

Our lettings packages include a wide variety of services that you may need as a landlord. Tell us what you need and we’ll create the right service for you, from a tenant find only service, right up to a fully managed let.

If your circumstances change and you find that you have different needs, simply contact us and we’ll amend your lettings package.

Downend’s local estate agent

Our local knowledge is unrivalled because we’ve been working here for over 20 years. Our knowledge and experience is a great asset to you when putting your property on the market because we know the selling points of each postcode. Give yourself the best chance of success by choosing us today. 

Stay in the know 24/7

Our My Hunters portal holds all the information about your sale or let, and you can access this any time, 24/7. You can find out exactly what’s happening, see how many viewings you have coming up, read viewing feedback and update your property details. You can also contact us directly through the portal.

All this means you never have to chase an estate agent again.

A seamless service

Having worked in the local property market for years, we’re best placed to support you because we understand everything you need when you put your property on the market. From valuation to completion, we help you every step of the way.

Free property valuation

Find out how much your property is worth.

Choose from an online valuation to get a rough overview, or we can visit your property to give you an accurate assessment.

Book a valuation today

Book a free property valuation with Hunters

Why live in Downend?

Downend is northeast of Bristol city centre, in South Gloucestershire.

The area has good travel links for commuters as it’s just off the ring road, which connects it to Bristol city centre, as well as the M4 and the M32. Downend’s proximity to the city centre also means there are regular and reliable bus services too. Bristol Parkway train station is three miles away and Bristol Temple Meads is five miles away, both operating services around the UK.

Badminton Road has a great parade of local shops, with some excellent independent stores to choose from. There’s a bakery, florist, furniture store, gift shop, and more. There are good grocery shops in Downend, with larger supermarkets found nearby in Emerson Green and Fishponds.

The area has a lovely selection of independent coffee shops and tea rooms. When heading out for a drink with family or friends, there are plenty of traditional pubs and many of them serve tasty food too. There are many cuisines on offer in the local restaurants, including Mediterranean, Indian and Italian.

Downend has fantastic amenities, with healthcare centres, a library and a post office all within the local area. There’s plenty of green space to enjoy, with different parks and children’s play areas to choose from. Head to Lincombe Barn Park and Woods, or have a walk or cycle along the Bristol-Bath Cycle Path, which is accessible from here.

Bristol is only a few miles away too, giving residents plenty of choices for shopping or a night out.

Hunters Lettings have a dedicated Accounts and Maintenance department

We are here to support each other to ensure the service provided to you as a Landlord or a Tenant during a tenancy runs smoothly.

For any Account enquiries please contact Jenny on 0117 961 0011 jenny.milsom@hunters.com
If you wish to speak to Maintenance please contact Danni or Hannah on 0117 961 6662 | southwestmaintenance@hunters.com
For Administration queries please contact Julie on 0117 961 0011 | southwestlettings@hunters.com

See what our customers say about Hunters Downend team:

After a horrific service from another Estate Agent I was recommended Besley Hill (Downend) now Hunters. I must say that David Vincent was especially excellent given my previous experience. David sensitively handled my new sale and purchase which (included a long chain). We are now settled in our new Welsh home and so grateful to the staff at the Downend Branch.

Ms B, Downend


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Local area guide

Downend is a residential suburban northeast of Bristol.

The area has good travel links for commuters as it’s just off the ring road, which connects it to Bristol city centre, as well as the M4 and the M32. There are regular local bus services into central Bristol from here too. The nearest train station is Bristol Parkway just over three miles away, with rail links to various UK cities. Alternatively, Bristol Temple Meads station is just over five miles away, and it has connections to the whole of the country.

Downend has a good selection of schools for local children, including Stanbridge Primary School and Christ Church C of E VC Infant School. There are also nurseries and preschools in the area. For secondary education and sixth form students, there’s Downend School, which has academy status. 

There’s a good range of local stores along the shopping parade in Downend, with some great independent options. There’s Downend Cards & Gifts, Kustom Floors and Furniture, Hazel Holly Florist and Fabrics Plus Limited, which has fabric, haberdashery, yarn and all kinds of creative items. Locals can also visit the optician and there’s even a bridal store here, called Bride at Home.

Downend has several grocery stores, including Co-op Food, Sainsbury’s Local and Tesco Metro. Neighbouring areas give locals access to bigger supermarkets, such as a large Sainsbury’s at Emerson Green and a Morrisons in Fishponds.

Enjoy a good selection of local cafes, such as Beehive Coffee House, which services up incredible-looking Freak Shakes. There’s also Freshly Ground or The Bromley Tea Room. Piece of Cake bakery sells amazing hand-crafted cakes and bakes, and they create personalised cakes for any occasion.

When eating out, Badminton Road has plenty of choice.  Mezze at The Dragon is in a restored 17th-century pub serving up tasty small plates of Mediterranean-style food. ITALB Ristorante Italiano is another great local option, or enjoy some good Indian food at Tikka Raaz.

The area has a good selection of pubs to choose from too, like Horseshoe, The Duck & Willow and The White Swan. 

Downend has good local amenities, with healthcare centres, a library and a post office. There’s plenty of green space for people to enjoy here too, such as The King George V Playing Fields, which has grass pitches and a children’s play park. There’s also Lincombe Barn Park and Woods, with paths, a play area and events, such as bat walks and bird of prey talks. Locals can also access the Bristol-Bath Cycle Path, which is a great flat route for cyclists and walkers.

Being so close to central Bristol, there’s easy access to everything that the city centre has to offer, such as shopping, eating out and a great nightlife. There are also great attractions like  Bristol Zoo, Bristol Aquarium and Aerospace Bristol.

Market Insights

David Bamforth & David Vincent - Franchise Partners

Contact Downend

10 Badminton Road, Downend, Bristol, BS16 6BQ

Mon - Fri: 9am-6pm Sat: 9am-5pm Sun: Closed


Sales : 0117 956 1234

Sales

Lettings : 0117 956 1234

Lettings


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