New Homes in Hanham
Live the life
Located in South Gloucestershire, Hanham is a suburb of Bristol offering the best of both rural and city living. Whether you’re shopping in Cabot Circus, rambling in the Cotswolds or taking the kids to the park, there’s something for the whole family to enjoy near your new home in Hanham.
Things to see and do
If you love getting outdoors, there are plenty of options close to Hanham, whether you’re walking along the Kennet and Avon Canal, exploring the Cotswolds or discovering wildlife at Eastwood Farm Nature Reserve.
Oldbury Court Estate is a great place to take the kids, where they can adventure through the woodlands before tackling the play park. There are also lots of animal parks and farms close to Hanham, including st Werburghs City Farm, the Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park, and Windmill Hill City Farm.
For keep-fit fans, there are plenty of sporting attractions in and around Hanham, from The Climbing Academy to Motion Ramp Park, Easton Leisure Centre and Knowle Golf Course.
Other places of interest nearby include Kingswood Heritage Museum, Avon Valley Railway and Felix Road Adventure Playground.
For families moving to the area, it’s good to know there are a number of ‘outstanding’ schools in the local area, including Beacon Rise Primary School, St Stephen’s Church of England Junior School, St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School, and Colston’s Girls’ School.
If you have older children thinking about studying for a degree, Hanham is close to the University of Bristol, the University of Bath, the University of the West of England and Bath Spa University.
Getting to Hanham
Hanham is on the A431, while the nearest train stations are Keynsham and Lawrence Hill, both with regular trains to Bristol Temple Meads. If you’re travelling to Hanham from Bristol city centre, the car journey takes just 15 minutes depending on traffic, while the bus journey takes around 35 minutes.
Hanham is 30 minutes away from both Bath and Chippenham by car, 50 minutes away from Swindon and Gloucester, and one hour from Cardiff. If you’re travelling from London, the car journey takes over two hours, while the train from Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads takes one hour 40 minutes.
When it’s time to go on holiday, Bristol Airport is conveniently only a 30-minute drive away from Hanham.