ESTATE AGENT IN EASTON
An inner-city area of Bristol with great transport connections, Easton stretches from the east of the city centre to Lawrence Hill, merging with St Philip’s Marsh and Eastville. It’s an eclectic and vibrant area that is popular with a great community spirit. Easton is now a largely residential area and offers great links to the rest of Bristol and beyond. This area was once prized for being one of the cheaper areas of the city but has recently become a hotspot for property, according to estate agents in Easton, with young professionals and families particularly interested due to the great schools, transport links and amenities. For more details on any of our properties, get in touch with our team today.
Easton is filled with parks and playgrounds, including Eastville Park, which boasts its own lake, Owne Square Park and Netham Park. Felix Road Adventure Park is a particular favourite with kids and families, while Riverside Park and Brandon Hill are just moments from Easton.
Shopping and Entertainment
A hidden gem in Bristol for its shopping and restaurants, Easton has several hotspots for retail therapy and dining. St Mark’s Road has a great selection of local stores, including a number of ethnic food stores and organic produce shops, while Stapleton Road is packed with grocers and food retailers. Easton is a great spot for foodies, with a number of takeaways, restaurants and speciality eateries such as Maitreya Social.
Sports fans have their pick of Greenbank Bowling Club, Bristol and West Athletics Club and Bristol Hawks Gymnastics Club, catering to a range of interests. Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls caters to footballers, netballers and cricketers of all ages, as well as its roster of fundraising events throughout the year. Bristol is represented by several professional sports teams, including Bristol City and Bristol Rovers football clubs, Bristol Bears rugby team and Bristol Flyers basketball team.
Festivals and Events
Easton offers great access to the centre of Bristol for festivals and events throughout the year, such as Bristol Comedy Garden, Bristol Sounds and the Film and Food Fest. There are also plenty of local comedy acts, music concerts and film screenings to enjoy here too, with something catering to every taste and interest, as well as different ages.
Easton has a great range of attractions and landmarks to explore, including the Boer War Memorial. Arley Chapel is just a short drive from Easton, and there are several Blue Plaques around the area celebrating the lives and works of various historical figures.
Easton has several schools for children of all ages, including Whitehall Primary School, Bannerman Road Community Academy, The Dolphin School, Fairfield High and Bristol Brunel Academy. The University of Bristol is less than a 10-minute drive from Easton for families with older children and mature students moving to the area.
Properties in Easton vary from striking Victorian terraced homes to new developments – the most prominent of which is the development of the former Elizabeth Shaw factory. Throughout the 1960s and ‘70s, much of Easton was developed to make way for new roads, but there were several housing estates built during this time, including those on Barton Hill and Lawrence Hill. While much of Easton is made up of terraced properties, there are also detached homes along with modern housing conversions and flats, providing accommodation for all types of people moving to this area of the city.
NEXA Bristol | Estate Agent In Easton
A team of highly-talented estate agents with unrivalled local knowledge, our award-winning Client Directors are personally assigned to your property to ensure you have one dedicated single point of contact that provides a seamless solution. Whether you are looking to buy, sell, let, or invest, we’ll provide an unrivalled service from valuation right through to negotiations and beyond.
Our agents are local experts, who intrinsically understand the sales and lettings market of Bristol, Filton, Clevedon, Downend, Portishead, and many areas in between.
We are very proud of our rugby heritage, boasting renowned names as our directors, such as Rob Higgitt whose career saw him go from an integral part of Bristol’s defensive line to landing the final try for the Scarlets bringing a 27-0 victory against his former club. Similarly, players such as Danny Gray and Olly Kohn form the rest of the directorship. With this in mind, we realised it was fitting to support our amazing local club Bristol Bears and be their lead Estate Agent Sponsor.
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