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A major city without the immensity, whilst being a pioneer of eco-living and bursting with diversity, Bristol is a vibrant city and the perfect location if you are looking to move and buy a new build home. There are a huge range of new builds in Bristol, and it’s growing exponentially, meaning you’re guaranteed to find the home that’s perfect for you. There are over 15 developments within five miles of the city centre, consisting of hundreds of homes, and if you’re looking for something more rural, there are plenty of properties on the outskirts of the city too. The average house price in Bristol hovers around £390,000, with new homes being slightly cheaper second-hand homes. They are also significantly more energy-efficient, which will save you thousands in bills in the long run.
There is a wide range of incentives and schemes available to first time buyers in England to help you take your first step onto the property ladder. The First Homes Scheme is only available on new build homes and aims to ensure buyers aren’t priced out of more expensive locations, and are able to stay local to their hometown. The select homes are offered at a 30-50% discount compared to the market price. This is only available on certain developments at present, however is likely to be available across a larger range of homes in the future. The Shared Ownership scheme is also available, in which you buy a percentage share, usually 10% - 75%, of a new build property and pay rent on the remaining part. Many developers and housing associations will have their own incentives, as well as offers available for Key Workers and the Armed Forces, so it’s worth investigating different builders to see what is being offered.
Bristol offers an eclectic mix of modern and historic attractions. The Clifton Suspension Bridge is an unmissable sight, providing stunning views of the Avon Gorge, where you can also enjoy waterside strolls. In Bristol city centre, the high street offers plenty of opportunities for shopping and eating out, with a huge range of different shops and cuisines, or you can venture to Clifton Village for the same. On The Harbourside sits the SS Great Britain, a steamship which was the largest passenger ship in the world from 1845 to 1854. The M Shed museum tells the story of Bristol’s history, from its people and culture to art and transport. The Bristol Museum & Art Gallery also features a host of diverse exhibits, from dinosaurs to Egyptian mummies to ancient pottery and art. The infamous Banksy’s work is scattered across the city if you're passionate about contemporary art. There is something for everyone whether you are a solo explorer, couple, or large family with children to keep busy, including zoos, concert venues and bars.
If the outdoors is more your scene, you can explore Brandon Hill Park or venture a bit further to Leigh Woods for hikes with stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Ashton Court Estate also boasts expansive parklands for the more casual walkers. The annual Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is a visual spectacle - wonder at the colours filling the sky above Ashton Court Estate, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere and live entertainment, making it a unique and unforgettable spectacle for all. All of the new build homes in Bristol will have ample outdoor space as well, so even if you’re in the city, there is plenty of access to outdoor space.
There are plenty of towns, villages and boroughs around the county of Bristol if you are looking for a property that’s away from the busy city, including Hengrove, Stoke Gifford and Fishponds. The transport links in and around the city are accessible for all, including trains (train stations include Bedminster, Bristol Parkway and Bristol Temple Meads), boats, buses, scooters and cycling routes, as well as being an easy city to navigate on foot. To be in keeping with their goals to be an eco-conscious city, they have a Clean Air Zone in Bristol city centre for cars and other road vehicles to tackle air pollution, so it is encouraged to take the ample public transport routes, including using the park and ride which is easy to access.
There are plenty of beautiful homes for sale in Bristol - begin searching for your dream home by browning the above developments. You can also Register for alerts to be notified when developments are added to the website in Bristol and the surrounding areas.