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ESTATE AGENTS IN FISHPONDS

Sitting to the north-east of Bristol, Fishponds is around three miles from the city centre and is primarily a residential area. It’s bordered by several suburbs and estate agents in Fishponds recommend this area for families and commuters who need access to Bristol. Boasting picturesque parks, plenty of local stores and supermarkets, as well as great connections to the heart of Bristol, Fishponds offers a great mix of a local community atmosphere and brilliant access to the hustle and bustle of city life. Get in contact with us today if you are interested in learning more about our range of properties.

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Natural Attractions

Fishponds offers a wealth of green spaces and parks for outdoor activities, from the cycle paths that run along the Bristol to Bath Railway Path to Eastville Park that has a large boating lake and a wildlife reserve. The latter is just ten minutes from the town centre and is a popular location for families, as well as playing host to events and outdoor festivals throughout the year too.

Shopping and Entertainment

Fishpond’s high street is home to some well-known supermarkets as well as local greengrocers and shops. There are also several pubs and restaurants in this area, such as the Golden Lion, the Cross Hands and the Warwick Arms. The Food Assembly is a unique offering, bringing traditional markets and modern shopping together – locals can order their goods online and then pick them up at the market. It’s a wonderfully social event that sets itself apart from the standard grocery shopping experience.

Sport

Fishponds has several local sports clubs, including bowling, cricket and badminton. For sports enthusiasts wanting to attend sporting events, Bristol has several local teams including the Bristol City and Bristol Rovers football clubs, as well as the Bristol Bears rugby team.

Festivals and Events

One of the most prominent events in Fishponds is Fishfest, a community and arts festival that brings local performers, suppliers and creators to the area each year. There’s also the B-Bees Craft and Farmers Market held here each month at the Old Library that’s the perfect place to meet with locals and pick up handmade jewellery, clothes and plants.

Historic Landmarks

Fishponds offers easy access to a host of landmarks and attractions in the Bristol region, from the Clifton Observatory to Clevedon Pier on the coast. Snuff Mills is situated within the Oldbury Court Estate, a diverse area where woodlands meet historic parklands, where you can enjoy riverside walks and plenty of green space.

Schools

Fishponds has a number of highly-regarded schools within easy reach for families, including Chester Park Primary School, Fishponds Church of England Academy, Steiner Academy Bristol and Bristol Brunel Academy. There are also several nurseries and playschools in the area for families with younger children, including Bristol Childrens Playhouse and Willow Tree Kindergarten.

Popular Areas

Properties in Fishponds tend to be Victorian in style, with Victorian terraces and semi-detached properties the most common. In recent years, there have also been newer developments cropping up in and around this area, with new build properties that are perfectly suited to families and professionals seeking contemporary accommodation. These types of properties are common along Fishponds Road, particularly for those seeking modern flats, while the likes of Mayfield Park offer vast semi-detached Victorian homes that are better suited to families. There’s a small student population living in this area too, due to the Glenside campus of the University of the West of England, making it a popular choice with students who don’t want to be in the heart of Bristol.

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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