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Totterdown and Windmill Hill have both been growing in popularity as places to both live and visit in recent years.
Bishopston is a vibrant suburb in the north of Bristol. The suburb was developed around the popular Gloucester Road.
Situated less than two miles north of the city centre, St Andrews is a small and charming suburb that is well connected to the thriving Gloucester Road and the city centre.
Long Ashton is a village towards the south-west of Bristol and technically just outside the Bristol city urban area boundary.
Henleaze is a residential suburb in the north of Bristol. There is a concentration of entirely Edwardian streets towards the south of the area and this attractive Bristol suburb is also home to a number of listed buildings of ‘exceptional interest’.
Southville is a fun and interesting area immediately to the south-west of Bristol city centre, situated on the south bank of the River Avon.
The historic village of Westbury-on-Trym is not in fact a village but a picturesque suburb of Bristol located in the north-west of the city.
Stretching between Clifton village and the vibrant bustle of Gloucester Road, Redland is one of the most sought after suburbs in North Bristol.
You don’t need to travel back in time to experience England’s rich history. From the Iron age to the Victorian era, the National Trust has preserved many beautiful estates around the country.