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£222,995 - £281,995
2 and 3 bedroom properties
Imperial Park, Bristol, Bristol
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More information about Imperial Park...Embrace city-living at Imperial Park
Imperial Park is our new development offering a range of two and three bedroom homes in the ever-popular city of Bristol. Ideal for first-time buyers and those looking to upgrade from apartment-living – these modern new homes are in a fantastic location.
- Selection of 2 and 3 bedroom homes
- Just over 3 miles to the city centre
- Near to stunning Somerset countryside
- Excellent transport links
- Wide range of schools nearby
- Local amenities and leisure facilities close to hand
Imperial Park is located to the south-west of Bristol, meaning everything you need is easily accessible. You can be in the city’s heart within 15 minutes, yet far enough from the bustle to enjoy a more tranquil position, close to Somerset’s beautiful rolling countryside.
A city as much renowned for its music culture as its maritime history, Bristol is a cosmopolitan place to live. Close links with Bath, London, Wales and Cornwall give the city its own special identity – no wonder it’s one of the UK’s hot spots in which to live and enjoy life to the maximum.
There are many leisure options within easy reach of Imperial Park, including Bristol City football club, a cinema, Knowle Golf Club and a Hengrove Leisure Park. For all of your everyday shopping needs there’s a Lidl and Asda close by and Cabot Circus in the city centre, with its vast array of shops and eateries. For even more choice, Cribbs Causeway is an out-of-town mall to the north of Bristol boasting a huge choice of shops, eateries and a retail park.Good choice of local schooling
With Crox Bottom public open space on your doorstep and a wide range of schools nearby, Imperial Park is also suited to families. Children of all ages are well catered for with local schools including Headley Park Primary School, Merchants Academy, Greenfield Academy Primary, Bridge Learning Primary and Bedmister Down School.
Close enough to enjoy the best of city living, yet ideal if you prefer a quieter pace of life, Imperial Park could be just what you’re looking for.
Imperial Park enjoys convenient transport links via the A38 heading south; A4 accessing Bath and the M32 linking the M4 east to London and west to South Wales. In addition, there’s also the M5 heading north to Gloucester and south to Taunton then onto Exeter.
Travel by train is also easy with Bristol Temple Meads train station in the heart of Bristol. The bus service is regular with services to the city centre and Cribbs Causeway.