ESTATE AGENTS IN MANGOTSFIELD
An urban area and former village in South Gloucestershire, Mangotsfield sits on the eastern outskirts of Bristol. Estate agents in Mangotsfield love this area for its close proximity to the city of Bristol and its calm atmosphere. This residential area has great connections and works as the perfect location for commuting to Bristol while still enjoying a quieter way of life on the outskirts of a major city. Mangotsfield provides the ideal mix of laid-back village charm with easy access to amenities that means it suits a variety of people with different needs, from professionals who want a well-connected location for commuting to families who want to settle down. Get in contact with us today if you are interested in learning more about our range of properties.
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Mangotsfield has several beautiful parks that are perfect for picnics as a family or taking a relaxing walk, including Warmley Forest Park and Page Park. Rodway Hill is a popular spot for dog walkers and cyclists, offering over 34 acres of picturesque greenery and connections to Pomphrey Hill Playing Fields.
Shopping and Entertainment
Mangotsfield has a number of high street stores and supermarkets within the local area. There are also plenty of restaurants, cafés and coffee shops, such as The Beehive Coffee House and Avenue Café. For evening meals, locals are fans of the likes of The Lamb, Tamarind and Italb. The shops along Broad Street and High Street still provide this area with the best of the area’s local shopping spots.
The town is home to Mangotsfield United F.C. and Cleve Rugby Club. Pigeon racing is a surprising sport that is popular in this area, with races taking place at Rodway Hill.
Festivals and Events
Mangotsfield is close enough to Bristol and the surrounding towns and cities to make the most of the wide variety of festivals and events held throughout the year. From The famous Big Nineties Festival to AfroFest, food and arts festivals to markets, science fairs and wildlife events such as the family-friendly Wildlife Watch Club in Bristol.
The gothic-style parish church of St James, which dates back to the 13th century, is one of the areas most historic landmarks and is a Grade II listed building. Mangotsfield is also home to a medieval manor house, Rodway Hill House, which was built in 1350 and sits on the edge of Rodway Common.
Mangotsfield School is the area’s secondary school, which specialises in engineering and science, while children of primary school age can attend Kings Forest Primary School and the Mangotsfield Church of England Primary School. Other schools in this area include King’s Oak Academy and The Tynings School. Estate agents recommend this region for families, due to the wide variety of schooling options within easy reach of the centre of the area. For families with older children, the University of Bristol is just a short drive away.
Local estate agents offer a variety of property styles to choose from, from traditional stone houses to mid-twentieth century properties and, more recently, contemporary developments. There are properties in Mangotsfield to suit both professionals and individuals to families looking for homes close to the many schools in the area. In particular, the area has a number of semi-detached and detached properties that are perfectly suited to families looking for spacious homes.
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