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Buying & Selling Flats & Houses in Bristol

Bristol is undoubtedly one of the most diverse, picturesque and independent cities in Britain. One minute you could be walking down an old Victorian thoroughfare, and the next you could find yourself in the heart of the bustling, modern city centre. With graffiti art adorning the streets, Britain’s oldest pub, and countless venues, festivals and theatres showcasing world-class live entertainment, you’ll never be bored!


Clifton Suspension Bridge

Clifton is known for its Gregorian terraces, most of which contain leasehold flats. While tucked away from the city centre, it’s a highly accessible area. The overall average property price is £373,000, with flats selling for around £299,000, terraced houses for £624,000 and semi-detached houses for £708,000.

Redland and Cotham

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Redland and Cotham are known for having plenty of green space and Victorian houses. The area has a very convenient location between the city centre and the Downs. The overall average property price is £247,000. Terraced properties sell for around £409,000 and semi-detached houses for £642,000.

Hotwells and Harbourside

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Hotwells and Harbourside have been heavily gentrified over the last decade with their trendy narrowboats, waterfront apartments and converted Grade-II listed buildings. The overall average property price is £254,000.

Bishopston and St Andrews

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Bishopston and St Andrews are residential areas that are located around Gloucester Road. The area mainly contains terraced Victorian houses. The overall average property price is £406,000, with flats selling for around £213,000 and detached houses for £558,000.

Stoke Bishop and Sneyd Park

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Stoke Bishop is an exclusive neighbourhood that contains Sneyd Park. This whimsical selection of properties includes everything from Victorian townhouses to modern one-off designs. The overall average property price is £500,000, with semi-detached houses fetching £502,000 and detached houses selling for £749,000.


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Built around the Tobacco Factory theatre, Southville is an artsy area that is known for its vibrant community spirit, vivid graffiti and abundance of bars and cafes. The overall average property price is £264,000. One bedroom flats can be found for as low as £130,000.

Redcliffe and the City Centre

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Redcliffe is the port district of Bristol and is adjoined to the city centre. At 90 metres, the tallest building in the city, the church of St. Mary Redcliffe, towers above the area. The overall average property price is £242,000.

Montpelier and Kingsdown

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The Montpelier and Kingsdown area is known for its bohemian, alternative atmosphere. With regular street parties and fundraising events creating a strong sense of community, renovated Grade II listed buildings, and a multicultural urban vibe, it’s a firm favourite among relocating Londoners. The overall average property price is £285,000.

Totterdown and Temple Meads

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Totterdown is known for it’s vast array of colourful houses. While it’s one of the cheapest areas in Bristol, it’s just minutes away from the developing Temple Meads. The overall average property price is £226,000.

If you’re looking to sell your property without being charged thousands for agency fees, why not give our fixed fee estate agents in Bristol a call on 03333 447 007 or instruct us here.