Estate agents in Bristol, South Gloucestershire and Gloucestershire
Buy, sell or let your property with Hunters
Our network of estate agents in Bristol work across the entire city as well as areas of Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire. Whether you want to buy, sell or let a property, our teams are on hand to provide you with the advice and service you need for a stress-free experience.
In Bristol, we can help you buy, sell or let a house in Bedminster, Bishopworth, Chipping Sodbury and Yate, Downend, Easton, Fishponds, Kingswood, Knowle, Longwell Green, Thornbury and Whitchurch. In Gloucestershire, we have branches in Dursley, Stroud and Wotton-under-Edge.
• Free online or in-person property valuation
• Professional marketing packages for advertising properties
• A range of lettings services including a fully managed package
• Completely managed sale including 24/7 access to your own My Hunters portal to track the progress of your sale, so you’re always in the loop
Why choose Hunters
Reach a huge and interested market
As standard, we advertise your property on our website as well as Zoopla, Rightmove, PrimeLocation and OnTheMarket. Because we are a network of estate agents, you benefit from access to buyers and tenants from all over the country. The more interest we can generate, the better the price for you. All of this means your property reaches a massive and interested audience.
Experts on the local area
Our agents are passionate about their local area, so they know exactly how to appeal to the right kind of buyer or tenant.
Decades of experience
Formerly known as Besley Hill, our Bristol estate agents have been selling and letting property since the 1970s. So you can be confident that you’re in the right hands.
Our branches are specially trained to provide you with outstanding customer service. Our Customer Service Team is on hand to make sure you’re happy. If there’s something wrong, they’ll put it right.
We want your property to look its best, so we offer a range of professional marketing packages to help your property stand out from the crowd. This can include photographs, videos and floorplans.
You only pay us if we’re successful
We’re motivated to get your property moving which is why you only have to pay us commission fees once it’s sold or let.
Free property valuation
Whether you’re looking to sell or let your property, we can tell you how much it’s worth. Choose from our free instant online valuation to get an estimated value and snapshot of everything you need to know.
Alternatively, book a free home visit valuation for an accurate assessment. This is always our recommendation and our local agents look forward to seeing you.
Our Bristol, South Gloucestershire and Gloucestershire estate agents
165 East Street, Bristol BS3 4EJ
25 Highridge Road, Bristol, BS13 8HJ
80-82 Station Road, Yate, BS37 4PH
10 Badminton Road, BS16 6BQ
18 Parsonage Street, Dursley GL11 4EA
72 St Marks Road, Bristol BS5 6JH
764 Fishponds Road, Bristol BS16 3UA
377 Two Mile Hill Road, Bristol BS15 1AD
308 Wells Road, Bristol BS4 2QG
101b Bath Road, Bristol BS30 9DD
1 John Street, Stroud GL5 2HA
57 High Street, Thornbury BS35 2AP
91 Bristol Road, Bristol BS14 0PS
32 Long Street, Wotton-under-Edge GL12 7BT
About Bristol and Gloucestershire
Bristol, Gloucestershire, and South Gloucestershire are home to some of the most beautiful areas in the country. The entirety of the Forest of Dean sits within Gloucestershire and Bristol has previously won the European Green Capital award due to its abundance of parks.
There’s plenty of rich history and cultural landmarks scattered around the region so you won’t be short of things to do at the weekend.
Bristol’s highlights include the Zoo and Brunel’s SS Great Britain, which is a floating museum. There’s also a vibrant art scene and loads of independent shops, bars and restaurants.
Gloucestershire is the gateway to the Cotswolds and is home to Stroud, Cheltenham, Tewksbury, Cirencester and Dursley. It’s a beautiful county with loads to see and do.
In January 2020, the average property price in Bristol was £341,019. In June 2019 the average house price in Gloucestershire was £264,551 and £274,306 in South Gloucestershire.
Bristol and Gloucestershire are well connected for access to London and Cardiff via train or car. The rail line from Bristol to London takes approximately an hour and a half, making it easily accessible if you need to be in and out of the capital frequently. The M5 runs through Gloucestershire from Essex to Wales. The region is also home to several major colleges and universities, meaning there is a lot of opportunity for the student rental market.