ESTATE AGENTS IN BRISLINGTON
Located south east of Bristol, Brislington is a bustling area offering the perfect balance of city and village life. Placed just 10 miles from Bath, Brislington is a suburb with compelling history stretching back over thousands of years. Victorian terraces and charming semis are common properties found throughout the streets, all of which are a short walking distance away from the city centre and local amenities. Get in contact with us today if you are interested in learning more about our range of properties.
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Nightingale Valley is by far one of Brislington’s best natural attractions. A popular spot for dog walkers, the picturesque park and gardens include woodland, streams, fields and paths, with a picnic area that’s great for families to enjoy. A magical woodland trail has been recently launched in the valley, with drawings of well-loved children’s characters situated among the caves and trees. Sparke Evans Park and St Anne’s Woods both make for a peaceful walk too, with stunning riverside views.
Shopping and Entertainment
In a city with so much culture, Brislington has an endless list of entertainment for all ages. Bristol Shopping Quarter is one of the best in the UK, with hundreds of retailers – from high-end designers to independent boutiques. It’s host to The Galleries, an indoor shopping centre, and The Arcade – a grade II listed Victorian shopping mall. If it’s local produce you’re after, the weekly Fruit Market in St Philips is well worth a visit on your Sunday morning stroll across the river. The Original Bristol Blue Glass Studio is a great experience for all the family, with a shop inside the factory as well as the opportunity to blow your own bauble alongside the skilled team. There’s a great selection of pubs and restaurants including The Kings Arms and Bocabar, as well as a variety of group activities including the Bristol Escape Rooms.
The town has a non-league football club – Brislington F.C – who play at Ironmould Lane, as well as a rugby union club, the Old Redcliffians, who play in national league 3 South West. There’s also Brislington Cricket Club, a junior football club and bowls club to join or support from the side-lines. Cycle the City is a great outdoor activity to appreciate the beautiful landmarks and sights Bristol has to offer, helping to reveal the hidden gems located throughout the streets.
Festivals and Events
Being within such easy reach of the city, the suburb is on the doorstep of some of the country’s most famous and cherished events including Slapstick Festival, Bristol Film Festival, International Blues and Jazz Festival, Mayfest and Bristol Light Festival. Cosplay fans will love the Bristol Anime and Gaming Con held annually in the city.
Steeped in history, the city itself is host to many historical landmarks to explore including Bristol Cathedral, Tyntesfield, Berkeley Castle, Underfall Yard and Clifton Suspension Bridge.
Estate agents in Brislington recommend this area to families as there are many different choices for schools within the area, including Brislington Village Pre School, Broomhill Infant School, St Anne’s Infant School and Holymead Primary School. Oasis Academy Brislington is a popular choice for students of secondary school age, as is St Brendan’s Sixth Form College for those in higher education.
Brislington is an ideal location for those looking for a good mix of urban and rural. Kensington Park Road and Hamstead Road are trendy spots for professionals who commute in and out of the city, with regular buses running into the centre throughout the day. Properties in Brislington along Broomhill Road and the surrounding area are popular for families due to the community-feel, with the addition of having schools, a leisure centre and shopping facilities all on your doorstep.
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