89 Long Down Avenue, Bristol, BS16 1FT

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£215,000 04 Feb 19 8.0%
£143,000 16 Oct 13 2.3%
£133,595 05 Nov 10 -


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89 Long Down Avenue, Cheswick Village, Bristol
89 Long Down Avenue, Cheswick Village,....
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Two Bedrooms BR Apartment BR Allocated Parking BR Modern Style BR No Chain BR First Floor BR br br This modern style two bedroom luxury apartment well appointed within 'Cheswick Village' is situated within excellent access to many local employers such as MOD, UWE, Hewlett Packard and Aviva and is also accessible to Bristol Parkway train station and the M4/M5 commuter routes. In excellent decor

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Long Down Avenue in Stoke Gifford BS16 comprises 258 properties - almost all are residential (i.e. there are 256 homes in Long Down Avenue). The Long Down Avenue information displayed below comes from third-party data, Mouseprice.com data and comments which have been sent in by the general public. Mouseprice.com has a huge range of other free information on the property market and on the various properties and streets in England and Wales. Take the time to browse this information to gain a better understanding of your local area or the area you are looking to move to.

The property sale that has the highest recorded price in Long Down Avenue to date is 181, which sold on 01/02/2019 for £650,000. The least expensive house purchase in Long Down Avenue is 9, which sold on 22/12/2009 for £95,000. The most recently recorded transaction in Long Down Avenue was Flat 21 Cheswick Court, which sold on 21/03/2019 for £335,000. For more detailed information on house price related stats, graphs and trends, visit the Bristol area guide on the Mouseprice.com website.

Long Down Avenue contains 189 flats, apartments or maisonettes. We have little information on the age of each of the properties on Long Down Avenue, but we do know that at least fifty-seven of the properties on this road were built four years ago in 2015. The value of the properties on Long Down Avenue is, on average, £274,236, which makes it one of the least expensive places to live in BS16 Stoke Gifford, where the average house price is £316,178. This price is calculated with the automated valuations that are available on the Mouseprice website. These automated valuations are known in the mortgage lending industry as AVMs. There is reasonable AVM coverage for Stoke Gifford BS16.  The property valuation estimates are supported by the 503 transactions in Long Down Avenue recorded since 1/01/1995 by HM Land Registry.

There are 8 properties for sale in Stoke Gifford BS16 which are listed on the Mouseprice.com website. 6 of them are in Long Down Avenue. Their asking prices are between £225,000 for a property on Long Down Avenue and £499,950 for a property on Old Gloucester Road, while the average asking price is £289,994. The asking price of the property which has been put on the market most recently was £250,000 on 15/06/2019. This price currently remains the same.

There are 3 properties for rent in Long Down Avenue that are listed on Mouseprice.com. If you want to look further afield, there are 16 properties for rent in Stoke Gifford BS16. All these properties and many others can be viewed on the Mouseprice.com website.

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