New Homes in Almondsbury
Live the life
Located in Gloucestershire with views over the River Severn, Almondsbury is a large village with lots to see and do in the local area. If you’re looking for a place to live that offers rural living within easy reach of larger towns and cities, a new home in Almondsbury could be the right choice for you.
Things to see and do
Despite its relatively small size, Almondsbury is close to some first-rate city attractions thanks to its close proximity to Bristol. Cribbs Causeway shopping mall, Bristol Zoo Gardens and Cabot Circus are all nearby, while Gloucester is home to the Quays shopping area and the Guildhall theatre.
If you’re moving to the area with young children, they’ll enjoy visiting The Wild Place Project, St Werburghs City Farm and Avon Valley Railway. Other kid-friendly attractions close to Almondsbury include Old Down Country Park, AirHop Bristol and Bristol Aquarium.
For history-buffs, there are a number of great sites close to Almondsbury, from Blaise Castle House Museum to Bristol City Museum and SS Great Britain. If you take a day trip to Bath, you can visit the Roman Baths, go inside Bath Abbey or see the exhibitions at the Jane Austen Centre.
For those who prefer spending your time playing sport or watching from the sidelines, Bristol Rovers FC play their home matches at Memorial Stadium, while Ashton Gate is home to Bristol Rugby RFC and Bristol City FC. Bristol Golf Course, Woodlands Golf and Country Club, and Thornbury Golf Centre are all close to the village.
If you’re moving to Almondsbury with school-age children, it’s good to know there are a number of ‘outstanding’ schools in the local area including Watermore Primary School, St Mary’s Church of England Primary School, Redland Green School and Colston’s Girls’ School.
For higher education, the University of Bristol, the University of the West of England, the University of Bath and Bath Spa University are all within commuting distance of the village.
Getting to Almondsbury
Almondsbury is close to the M4 and M5, with Patchway and Bristol Parkway stations just a short drive away. From Bristol city centre, the drive to Almondsbury takes around 20 minutes via the M32 depending on traffic, while the journey from both Bath and Gloucester takes 35 minutes. If you’re travelling to Almondsbury from Cardiff, the drive takes 45 minutes.
For journeys from further afield, it takes around two hours to drive to Almondsbury from London, or one hour 40 minutes by train to Patchway station. If you’re going on holiday, Bristol Airport is only 30 minutes away by car.