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Are you looking for an estate agent in Bristol?


eSale are setting new standards for estate agents in Bristol? With our low fees, our all inclusive packages and our no nonsense approach to selling property, its easy to see why many home owners are choosing us to sell their property. Take a look at our packages and prices to see how much you could save.

Our online estate agency service includes everything you need to sell your house, from professional photographs and floor plans to comprehensive advertising on all of the major websites including Rightmove, Primelocation and Zoopla.

Whether you live in Clifton, Easton, Filton, Redcliffe or all points in between, Esale cover the whole of Bristol and will get your house on the market sooner and save you money.

Ask us for a free online property valuation here for your house or flat and receive a personalised appraisal and suggested marketing price by email.


When it comes to the property scene, there’s a bit of a buzz around Bristol at the moment.

The city has recaptured its top slot when it comes to the Sunday Times’ list of the UK’s best places to live. It’s also frequently mentioned as a city where house prices have been rising faster than most.

It may be that, a couple of hundred years ago, Bristol lost out to Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool as all three grew more rapidly during Britain’s Industrial Revolution. But, without a reliance on “Satanic mills” or outdated manufacturing plants, Bristol has weathered the storm of economic boom and bust. In more recent years, its aesthetic charm, location on the Somerset / Gloucestershire border – and even a TV series or two – have helped put it firmly back on the map.


It’s not just the Poldark factor of course. As well as its world famous docks – now largely historic – Bristol benefits from proximity to an international airport. There’s the motorway network which makes a trip to London more than manageable. There are also two mainline train stations linking the city with the capital as well as its erstwhile rivals in the Midlands and the north.


It may be, once upon a time, Bristol was seen as a bit distant; a far-flung city which only really sprung up as trade with the Americas flourished. Today, though, decent road and rail links have helped to attract some high-tech media firms and the procurement branch of the MOD. Aerospace industries established between the wars have chosen to stay too while tourism remains a significant earner for many Bristolians.

The Arts

As you may expect from a former European Capital of Culture (2008), Bristol has plenty to offer when it comes to entertainment. The Bristol Old Vic – a sister venue to the London theatre – and the Bristol New Vic are perhaps the best-known but there’s a lively night-time culture too, with Colson Hall seating up to 2,000 for large gigs, while The Fleece, The Exchange and Fiddlers are just three of the many other evening hotspots.


As for properties a quick search on any of the portals advertising houses for sale will quickly demonstrate considerable choice. A three-bedroom home in Speedwell for example may be offered for around £150,000 but a modern mews in Clifton or a barn conversion in one of the outlying villages could cost in the region of £1m. It all depends on your budget and the type of home to suit you.

If selling a home in the area, we’d urge you to check out estate agents’ fees thoroughly beforehand. The cheapest online estate agent might seem like an obvious choice if you’re on a tight budget but customer service and industry knowledge count for a lot and can help to make the buying and selling process that bit simpler.

Obviously, as you’ve already found us, we hope you’ll consider our services – but feel free to explore our website further, just by clicking on the tabs at the top of the page. Don’t forget we offer a 100% no-nonsense money-back guarantee if you’re not happy with our service after 30 days. You can also choose to pay up-front or on-completion. Over to you ….

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