A guide to the house prices in Bristol


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Known for its alternative nature which successfully combines heritage attractions with a vibrant arts scene and everything you need for a well-rounded lifestyle, Bristol is a great place to buy a new home. Whether you’re thinking of moving to the area for the first time or you’re interested in Bristol house prices, here’s a handy guide to help you take the big step.

House prices in Bristol

Bristol has become an increasingly popular place to live among younger generations, which has contributed to the strength of the local property market. This is a positive thing for long-term investment, as well as for those looking to lay down their roots in the area. Prices are above the South West average and have seen some excellent growth in recent years. Read on as we take a closer look at Bristol house prices by area to help you zone in on which part of the city you’re interested in.

Where to buy in Bristol

As both a major city and a ceremonial county, Bristol covers some 40 square miles. There are lots of different suburbs and neighbourhoods to choose between, as well as central locations, which cater for a wide variety of budgets. Like with most major cities, you can find everything from exclusive areas with expensive properties that need no work doing to affordable spots and up-and-coming neighbourhoods where you can make your budget work harder by purchasing a fixer-upper.

Emersons Green

Lying on the north-eastern outskirts of the city around six miles from the centre, Emersons Green falls into the category of up-and-coming Bristol suburbs. Ideal for those looking for a little more space along with excellent access to both the surrounding countryside and the M4 motorway, keep an eye out for our exciting new Lyde View development in this area.

Clifton

Boasting some of the strongest house prices in Bristol, Clifton is one of the city’s most sought-after neighbourhoods. This affluent area, just to the east of the city centre, sits on the bank of the River Avon and is popular for its attractive housing, local amenities and access to green spaces such as the Clifton Downs and Leigh Woods.

Yate

Around 10 miles north-east of the city centre, Yate benefits from attractive house prices and strong transport links. Great if you want to live in an outer suburb for a semi-rural lifestyle, don’t miss Ladden Garden Village development for a stunning selection of new homes in this area.

Coalpit Heath

A few miles closer to the city from Yate, Coalpit Heath is a desirable place to live with strong house prices that are comparable to the Bristol average. This is a brilliant place to buy a new home if you’re searching for somewhere with a pleasant village feel, with contemporary housing available at Blackberry Park.

Nailsea

Just under 10 miles west of Bristol in Somerset, Nailsea is a popular commuter town where house prices have seen some encouraging growth over recent years. So, don’t miss our Parish Brook development. Here you’ll find a beautiful collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes close both to Bristol and seaside towns such as Weston-super-Mare.

House prices in Bristol

Bristol has become an increasingly popular place to live among younger generations, which has contributed to the strength of the local property market. This is a positive thing for long-term investment, as well as for those looking to lay down their roots in the area. Prices are above the South West average, and have seen some excellent growth in recent years. Read on as we take a closer look at Bristol house prices by area to help you zone in on which part of the city you’re interested in.

Where to buy in Bristol

As both a major city and a ceremonial county, Bristol covers some 40 square miles. There are lots of different suburbs and neighbourhoods to choose between, as well as central locations, which cater for a wide variety of budgets. Like with most major cities, you can find everything from exclusive areas with expensive properties that need no work doing to affordable spots and up-and-coming neighbourhoods where you can make your budget work harder by purchasing a fixer-upper.

Emersons Green

Lying on the north-eastern outskirts of the city around six miles from the centre, Emersons Green falls into the category of up-and-coming Bristol suburbs. Ideal for those looking for a little more space along with excellent access to both the surrounding countryside and the M4 motorway, keep an eye out for our exciting new Lyde View build development in this area.

Clifton

Boasting some of the strongest house prices in Bristol, Clifton is one of the city’s most sought-after neighbourhoods. This affluent area, just to the east of the city centre, sits on the bank of the River Avon and is popular for its attractive housing, local amenities and access to green spaces such as the Clifton Downs and Leigh Woods.

Yate

Around 10 miles north-east of the city centre, Yate benefits from attractive house prices and strong transport links. Great if you want to live in an outer suburb for a semi-rural lifestyle, don’t miss Ladden Garden Village for a stunning selection of new build properties in this area.

Coalpit Heath

A few miles closer to the city from Yate, Coalpit Heath is a desirable place to live with strong house prices that are comparable to the Bristol average. This is a brilliant place to buy a home if you’re searching for somewhere with a pleasant village feel, with contemporary housing available at Blackberry Park.

Nailsea

Just under 10 miles west of Bristol in Somerset, Nailsea is a popular commuter town where house prices have seen some encouraging growth over recent years. Now is the ideal time to invest in this area, which you can do at our Parish Brook new build property. Here you’ll find a beautiful collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes close both to Bristol and seaside towns such as Weston-super-Mare.