ESTATE AGENTS IN ST. GEORGE
Situated on the eastern edge of the city of Bristol’s boundary, St George is a charming area with a great atmosphere. This friendly district is popular with families thanks to the great selection of things to do, family-friendly properties and highly-regarded schools close by. But professionals who don’t want to be located in the heart of Bristol permanently will also enjoy the great transport connections to the city centre for commuting. From shopping and dining to sport and walking and cycling routes, St George is an area with something for everyone. Get in contact with us today if you are interested in learning more about our range of properties.
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St George has a number of beautiful nature spots to enjoy, with St George Park one of the highlights of the area. This stunning Victorian park is the hub of this region and has a children’s playground, tennis courts and a lake, as well as a skate park and plenty of delightful picnic spots. There’s also the Troopers Hill nature reserve, which was once a quarry and now offers a stunning spot for hiking and overlooking the city of Bristol and the River Avon.
Shopping and Entertainment
Estate agents in St George love the area for its great array of shops, restaurants and pubs that make it an enjoyable area to live. Bristol Spirit is a quirky bistro with a chilled-out atmosphere, while The Lock Up is a stylish bar and restaurant that is great for Sunday lunches and evening drinks. Church Road is a popular spot for shopping in independent stores and charming cafés, whether you want to pick up gifts or grab a coffee with friends.
There’s a great sense of community in and around St George, so active residents will find plenty of groups and clubs to join and get involved with. From martial arts and cricket to bowling and gymnastics, there’s something for everyone here. As an active city, Bristol itself has a number of skilled and renowned sports teams, including two football league clubs, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club and the Bristol Flyer basketball club who have competed in the British Basketball League.
Festivals and Events
Bristol is renowned for its packed calendar of events and festivals each year, so residents of St George have their pick of myriad options to suit virtually every interest. Redfest is a local event held on the first weekend of August each year and is a fun neighbourhood festival that hosts bands, DJs, craft stalls and plenty of family-friendly activities that everyone can enjoy.
St George is a cultural area of Bristol, once a civil parish that dates back to 1866. Troopers’ Hill is one of the area’s top local landmarks which was a mining area in the early 19th century and branded a Local Nature Reserve in the mid-‘90s. The St George Fountain is another highlight of the area – this Victorian water fountain is located on Church Road between Clouds Hill Road and Summerhill Road.
There is a great range of schools close to the St George area, such as St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School, Air Balloon Hill Primary School and Redfield Educate Together Primary Academy. Slightly further afield, there is also Whitehall Primary School and Summerhill Infant School. The city of Bristol is also a university city, with the University of Bristol within easy reach for families with older children.
Properties in St George are particularly great for families, with a lot of good schools and community-focused groups close by. St George is close to the centre of the city but offers affordable housing and great transport connections. St George offers a mix of 1930s homes, such as those situated on the Gordon estate in Whitehall, terraced properties and contemporary apartments.
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 email@example.com.