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New Homes in Bristol

As the dominating force in the South West region, Bristol is a vibrant, exciting city. It’s also a county in its own right, sharing a border with Gloucestershire to the north and Somerset to the south. As one of the UK’s largest urban areas, new homes in Bristol are always in high demand. 


The city centre is a treasure trove of cultural attractions, while historic places like Bath are only a short drive away, as are the M4 and M5 motorways for getting around the region. Whether you’re looking to live in the heart of town or a popular suburb such as Yate, you can choose between our developments closest to Bristol below.

  • Ladden Garden Village

    Ladden Garden Village

    Off Leechpool Way, North Yate, BS37 7YX
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £389,995 to £409,995
  • Parish Brook

    Parish Brook

    Engine Lane, Nailsea, BS48 4RH
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £299,995 to £484,995
  • Delamare Park

    Delamare Park

    Westover, Nunney, Frome, BA11 4NN
    • 4 and 5 bedroom
    • £470,000 to £560,000
  • Hunters Wood

    Hunters Wood

    Angelica Avenue, Melksham, SN12 6ZP
    • 4 bedroom
    • From £367,000
  • Barratt Homes @ Brunel Quarter

    Barratt Homes @ Brunel Quarter

    Station Road, Chepstow, NP16 5WB
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £282,995 to £439,995
  • Severn Meadows

    Severn Meadows

    Wintour Drive, Lydney, GL15 5FA
  • Brue Place

    Brue Place

    Huntspill Road, Highbridge, TA9 3DE
    • 3 bedroom
    • £254,995 to £272,995
  • Forest Grove

    Forest Grove

    Ridgeway Avenue, Berry Hill, GL16 7SF
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £265,000 to £334,500
  • Hanbury Locks

    Hanbury Locks

    Bevans Lane, Cwmbran, NP44 1BX

Live the Bristol life

Located in the South West of England, Bristol is a lively and vibrant city bursting with culture, which extends throughout the wider urban area outside the city. Sitting on the cusp of England and Wales, Bristol is surrounded in beautiful scenery for miles – built around the River Avon; The city also has a short coastline on the Severn Estuary, which leads into the Bristol Channel. For beauty alone – it’s the perfect place to set up home. Filled with excellent things to see and do, from original Banksy artworks and the Old Vic, to various music venues such as Colston Hall – you’ll always find something to see and do when purchasing new homes in Bristol.

Whether you’re a first-time buyer, want to sell your current home or are a key worker, we have an offer that suits you. 
Our low deposit schemes are designed to help you buy your dream home without worrying about the deposit. We can boost it up and support you along the way. And if you’re part of the armed forces, we offer a 5% deposit contribution to help you get on the ladder. 
Time for a change? Selling your home with our help to sell schemes is easy. You can forget about estate agent fees and enjoy your new home while we do the legwork. If you’re a key worker, you can benefit from our Key Worker Deposit Contribution scheme. 

Excellent Transport

Situated near the crossroad of the M4 and M5, the city is perfectly positioned for access to the English and Welsh capitals, in just over two hour and just under one hour respectively. The city also boasts a magnificent Victorian railway station, Temple Meads, which offers travellers direct services to London Paddington, in less than two hours, and most other major cities. There are also regular services to many popular holiday destinations in Cornwall and Devon. Temple Meads was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, whose world famous Clifton Suspension Bridge, is one of city's most iconic landmarks. Just 7 miles south west of the city centre is Bristol Airport, with flights to over 100 direct destinations world-wide.


Family Fun

It’s easy to understand why new homes for sale in Bristol are so sought after. The city is a great place for families. The famous Downs are perfect for picnics, flying a kite or just taking a stroll. The world renowned Zoo is popular with children of all ages and there’s always something going on at the city’s museums, galleries and family attractions. Less than an hour away is the traditional seaside town of Weston-Super-Mare with its elegant Edwardian pier and sandy beach. The West Country’s own ‘Grand Canyon’ Cheddar Gorge is only 45 minutes away and the beautiful Georgian town of Bath lies 40 minutes away.

Shopping in Bristol

As the South West’s retail capital, the centre of the city has all the big names you’d hope for including Harvey Nichols. Gloucester Road is Europe’s longest street of independent shops. Clifton Village is Bristol’s Chelsea with boutiques, antique shops and trendy cafes, while it’s ‘Christmas Steps’ date back to the 1600s. Here amongst the cobble stones, you’ll discover some of the most quirky and eccentric shops anywhere in the country. In contrast, the nearby Cribbs Causeway is a modern, out of town shopping mall, with 135 stores including John Lewis.

Learning and Working in Bristol

New houses for sale in Bristol appeal to a wide range of people. The city is a major centre for the creative industries, Aardman Animations, the creators of Wallace & Gromit, are based here, as is the BBC’s Natural History Unit. The city has two major regional theatres, The Old Vic and Hippodrome. It’s also home to a growing hi tech sector, with many of these companies having close links to the region’s highly regarded universities, in Bristol and Bath. With its long, illustrious history, its vibrant & diverse culture and its enviable location, it’s easy to see why Bristol was named the best city in the UK to live, by the Sunday Times.


Our Bristol guides

  1. The Top Primary Schools in Bristol
  2. The Best Secondary Schools in Bristol
  3. A Guide to the House Prices in Bristol 
  4. The Best Steak Restaurants in Bristol 
  5. Where Should You Live in Bristol? 
  6. The Top 10 Restaurants in Bristol 
  7. The Nightlife in Bristol: Things to do After Dark 
  8. The Best Attractions Available in Bristol 

For more information about buying a property in South West, take a read of our South West property guide.