Reference 44319
Address Bishop Sutton, Bristol, BS39 5XN
(Map Location)
Beds 3
Baths 1
Type Semi-Detached house
Tenure Freehold

Spacious 3 bedroom semi-detached house on a large plot in this popular village. In need of complete renovation, it offers excellent potential for first time buyers. No chain.


(All dimensions are approximate.)


Kitchen. 15' x 8' External door to rear of property and outhouse. Window overlooking rear of property. Internal doors to lounge and hallway. Open plan, leading to dining room.

Dining room. 12' x 12'. Window overlooking front of property.

Lounge. 21' x 12'. Double aspect windows, one to front and one to rear of property. Coal / wood burning parkray stove, connected to central heating.

Hallway. 8' x 5'. External door to front of property. Stairs leading to landing.


Landing. 8' x 8'. Window overlooking rear of property. Airing cupboard with electric water storage tank and immersion heater. Doors to 3 bedrooms and bathroom.

Bedrooms 1 & 2. Similar size, 12' x 13'. Window overlooking front of property, to left and right.

Bedroom 3. 12' x 8'. Window to rear of property.

Bathroom. 8' x 7'. Bath, washbasin and toilet.

ATTIC SPACE. Possibly large enough to consider a loft extension.


Outhouse. Power and light. Outside toilet.

Front garden. Lawn, herbaceous borders, picket fence.

Rear garden. 60' x 30'. Much larger than front garden. Lawn, herbaceous borders, hedges. Small wooden shed.

Bishop Sutton is an attractive ribbon settlement in the beautiful Chew Valley. It lies to the south of Chew Valley lake, nationally renowned for its fly-fishing and wildlife, in particular winter migrating wildfowl. Villages surrounding the lake offer plenty of amenities, pubs and restaurants, including the Pony and Trap and Salt & Malt, run by Michelin star chef Josh Eggleton. Properties in this are highly sought after, maintaining prices at well above the national average.

Bishop Sutton has a primary school, a pub, an Indian restaurant, 2 car repair shops, a shop and post office. It is a 10 minute drive to Chew Valley secondary school, which is very popular and sought after. It is a 30 minute drive to central Bristol and Bath, both thriving historic centres, both of which have excellent road and rail links to the rest of the country. It is a 20 minute drive to Bristol airport, which offers regular flights all over the UK and Europe, operators including EasyJet, Ryanair and Tui. It is a 25 minute drive onto the beautiful Mendip Hills and Cheddar gorge, the largest limestone gorge in the UK.


  • Garden
  • Parking
  • Central heating

Map Location