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The team here at Hunters Estate and Letting Agents Longwell Green can offer you a wealth of experience derived from both corporate and independent back grounds. The branch manager Chris Scollen leads the with a proactive, can do attitude. Assisted by Sarah Marshall, Samantha Yarde, Sue Goulbourne and our branch progressor, Sophie Rutter who ensures that all sales run as smoothly as possible giving you an incredible customer experience.

The Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents branch offer more personal helpful, friendly, efficient service along with quality photography, full quality sales brochures and our own on line TV channel, not forgetting our Facebook & Twitter pages for those who like to keep up to date whilst on the go! We look forward to selling your home for you. Please call for a free valuation today.

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Longwell Green (name derived from numerous springs where the local community used to draw their water. Namely a Well that was situated in front of a Long Garden).

Longwell Green, situated almost midway between Bristol and Bath - five miles to Bristol - seven miles to Bath. Some historical buildings of note still stand and many events of historical interest have taken place in the surrounding neighbourhood. In 1645 it is said that Cromwell stopped at Long Wells (Longwell Green) for his horses to be watered after he had spent the night at the Hams (Keynsham). Some people say that at this time Cromwell made the Blue Bowl, at Stonehill, his headquarters before laying siege to Bristol.

The village of Longwell Green lies across both sides of the main upper road from Bristol to Bath (The A431) and was until 1842 part of the ancient parish of Bitton, when East Hanham became the parish of Oldland and West Hanham became Hanham Abbots. The modem spelling of Longwell Green was not officially determined until 1906 when the Bristol Postmaster wrote to enquire the correct spelling, and Hanham Abbots Parish Council settled on Longwell Green and so it has officially remained.

Much has changed and Longwell Green and it’s surrounding areas have a thriving community that work and live in the area with a shopping & leisure complex, yet still close to countryside & river walks it remains a lovely place to live with easy commute between Bristol, Bath and with a railway link close by in Keynsham.

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Contact Longwell Green

101b Bath Road, Longwell Green, Bristol, BS30 9DD

Mon - Fri: 9am - 6pm, Sat: 9am - 4pm, Sun: Closed

Sales : 0117 932 5686


Lettings : 0117 932 5686


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