Stoke Bishop Property : Reasons to Invest in the Suburbs

If you are in search of an affluent suburb for investment, then Stoke Bishop property could be what you are looking for. Stoke Bishop is a medium-sized suburb to the north west of Bristol. Situated next to Sneyd Park and Westbury on Trym, the area is favoured by those looking for an up market place to buy. Stoke Bishop is relatively small, but its population varies throughout the year. Halls of residence situated on the edge of the suburb mean that during term time the population is greatly increased.

Stoke Bishop Property : Why Invest in the Suburbs

Stoke Bishop is actually a small village, the hub of the suburb being the small village hall. There are a number of small local businesses in the village and a row of shops on Druid Hill. The association with the Druids came about when a burial chamber was discovered in 1811. You will also find Druid Stoke House that dates back from the late 18th century, a Grade II listed building.  Next to Stoke Bishop you will also find the suburb of Druid Stoke that was developed in the grounds of the house in the 1930’s.

Stoke Bishop is a small suburb, but one perfect for family life as well as for business people who wish to live near to the city. There are two good primary schools and a church in the village as well as a playing field that includes a children’s play park.

Stoke Bishop Property

Like many affluent suburbs in the UK, Stoke Bishop boasts its own cricket club. There are sections for adults and for all age ranges for children. The Bristol Croquet Club that is next to one of the primary school also has many influential members.

Investing in Stoke Bishop property is an affordable option for anyone who craves peace and quiet as well as the city life. The city centre is just a few miles away. Yet Stoke Bishop has its own individual character and feel.

Stoke Bishop Property : Something for Everyone

There is a wide range of Stoke Bishop property available for investment from modest homes to larger detached properties. With a student population, the suburb is also a place where buy to let property could be profitable.

If you are investing in property in Bristol and are looking for a suburb that is family-friendly and safe, then Stoke Bishop ticks all the boxes. If you are thinking of investing in a second hand property that needs refurbishment, then Bristol Builders Network are here to help. We can provide the very best tradesmen from plumbers to roofing experts for your new home.

One way to invest in an area like Stoke Bishop without going over budget is to invest in a property that needs some work doing to it. From helping you with the design for your new bathroom or kitchen, to adding an extension to your home, BBN have all areas of home improvements and extensions covered.

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