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Moving to Bristol: which neighborhood to choose?
- Clifton: Clifton is one of the most picturesque and sought-after areas to live in the whole of Bristol. With the Clifton observatory offering breathtaking views of the Suspension Bridge, there's no surprise Clifton is the first place people think of when moving to Bristol.
- Totterdown and Temple Meads: Totterdown was built in the 19th century around the railway industry and may be an ideal place to live if you’re on more of a budget or a first time buyer.
- Leigh Woods: Prior to the completion of the Suspension Bridge in the 1860's, this area of land was solely a wooded area. Today, property in Leigh Woods sells for as much as £2m, with the average price paid for property being £904,200.
- Redland and Cotham: Home to some of the best state schools in the city, Redland and Cotham is one of Bristol’s latest hotspots for families, and it’s no wonder; with large Victorian houses and plenty of green space with allotments, houses sell for much less than in Leigh Woods.
- Redcliffe and the City Centre: Dozens of new property developments are taking place across Redcliffe and the City Centre, but property here is in high demand. Living in this area will have you close to all the action of the city, as well as great transport links across the UK.
- Montpelier and Kingsdown: Montpelier is regarded as the most popular area for people moving there from London. This area is a colourful and eclectic community of creative and bohemian people. Still, you can find plenty of Grade-II listed Georgian terraces like those in Clifton.
- Southville: Home to a range of independent shops, bars and restaurants, offering a community feel for everyone. Living in Southville, the harbour is only a short walk away, which is a huge selling point among buyers.
- Stoke Bishop: North of Durdham Down, Stoke Bishop attracts a variety of visitors annually due to the nearby University of Bristol campus and the Downs.
- Sneyd Park: North of Clifton Down, Sneyd Park offers a range of unique houses developed throughout the Victorian and Edwardian times as well as a modern properties so you will be sure to find a property of your liking in this area.
- Bishopston: This area offers a range of terraced and Victorian semi-detached homes which fall into the prestigious Redland Green and Cotham School catchments.
- Hotwells and Harbourside: The area offers a combination of offices and modern waterfront apartments overlooking the harbour to the SS Great Britain.