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ESTATE AGENTS IN CLIFTON

An elegant and leafy neighbourhood with a host of iconic attractions, it’s easy to see why so many people seek out properties in Clifton. This suburb is filled with independent shops, cafés and restaurants, as well as open spaces and picturesque views. Clifton is just a stone’s throw from the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge, as well as the Durdham Downs and historic architecture. Estate agents in Clifton have a wide variety of properties to choose from, from modern apartments and Georgian terraced properties to Victorian villas. Get in contact with us today if you are interested in learning more about our range of properties.

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Natural Attractions

Residents of Clifton have their pick of a number of natural wonders to explore, from Clifton Downs Park which offers views of Avon Gorge to Durdham Downs that hosts events such as the Flower Show. Ashton Court is situated on the other side of the Suspension Bridge and is a wide area of parkland where several popular festivals are held throughout the year. The Giant’s Cave is also a popular site for incredible views.

Shopping and Entertainment

Clifton Village has a number of luxury boutiques, coffee shops and pubs, while more stores can be found at Clifton Down Shopping Centre and along Whiteladies Road. You’ll be spoiled for choice in terms of dining too, with popular favourites including Anna Cake Couture, Bar 44 and Bosco among the many eateries around the town.

Sport

As Clifton forms part of a bustling city, there’s no end to the great range of choice for sporting activities and events. The city itself is represented by professional teams in a number of major sports, with Bristol City and Bristol Rovers serving as the main football clubs, and Bristol Bears representing the city in rugby. One of the most prominent of the city’s smaller rugby clubs includes the Clifton Rugby team.

Festivals and Events

Sitting within the city of Bristol means that residents have a great range of festivals and events to attend throughout the year. The Bristol Hippodrome is located in the heart of the city and hosts musicals, plays and stand-up shows on a regular basis. From the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta to food festivals, Bristol Pride and The Downs Festival, there is always something to enjoy here, with festivals catering to a wide array of interests.

Historic Landmarks

The Clifton area is rich in history, with attractions including Cabot Tower, the Victoria Rooms and a number of ornate churches including Clifton Cathedral and the parish church of Christchurch. Clifton Lido is also one of the area’s popular attractions, dating back to 1850 – it was later refurbished and is now a Grade II-listed building.

Schools

Clifton boasts a great advantage in being within the Cotham School catchment area, which is one of the best secondary schools in Bristol. Those of secondary school age also have the choice of attending Redland Green School and Clifton College. For primary schools in Clifton, there is St John’s Primary, Clifton Primary and Christ Church School.

Popular Areas

Clifton is one of the more affluent areas of Bristol and those seeking period properties need look no further. There’s a variety of Georgian terraces and Victorian homes here. Owing to the area’s close proximity to the University of Bristol and Clifton Suspension Bridge, there’s a mix of residents from families and students to professionals who enjoy the community feel of this suburb. Those looking to buy have their pick of period buildings such as Georgian terraces along Royal York Crescent and four-storey buildings on Worcester Terrace. Meanwhile, for those looking to rent, letting agents in Clifton offer a number of flats and apartments which have been converted from Victorian properties. Properties close to Clifton Down are often in demand as they are popular with young professionals and students.

Contact us

If you would like to learn more about our range of properties please contact our friendly and highly experienced team today. You can call us on 02920 130000 or email the team at hello@nexabristol.com.

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