Bristol is a city and a county bordering Gloucestershire and Somerset. In recent years Bristol has undergone a major transformation. It was one of the 5 cities to share £3.9m urban regeneration research in 2016, the expansion of Broadmead, and the addition of several new property developments throughout the area, There are now new build flats, houses and apartments in Bristol, offering a wide choice for modern living in this thriving city.
Here are the first 14 of 14 developments in and around Bristol, Bristol;
More about Bristol
Road links around Bristol are extensive with fast routes to the M5 to the south west and Birmingham and the M4 to London. There are two main rail networks with Bristol Parkway and Temple Meads stations connecting Bristol to the rest of the country. Bristol has its own airport with departures to most European destinations. Just outside Bristol centre is the Avonmouth Docks, where the main traffic moves through the Severn Estuary out to sea. Bristol has it’s own harbour that is now more of a tourist destination.
Things to do
Bristol is steeped in history, mostly based around the docks with expeditions starting from there to the New World through to smuggling and the slave trade. There is a vast array of historical venues, museums and in 2008 was voted the European Capital of Culture. There is the Famous Old and New Vic theatres, the Hippodrome and many smaller venues for live music, arts and comedy. For those who appreciate art there are galleries galore to while away hours. You’ll not want for shopping in Bristol with markets, the Shopping Quarter, Cabot Circus, Clifton Village and on the outskirts the Cribbs Causeway shopping mall. Restaurants, cafes, bars and nightlife are too numerous to mention. So much to see and do.
Find your new home in Bristol
If you’re thinking about buying property in Bristol, search through our selection of new build houses, flats and apartments in Bristol above.