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St Werburghs is a lovely little area of Bristol full of red-brick terraced housing and Georgian and Victorian properties.
Stoke Bishop is a peaceful suburb of Bristol, and Sneyd Park is a smaller residential suburb bordering it.
Kingsdown and Cotham are affluent, leafy neighbouring suburbs of Bristol, located on the northern side of the River Avon and a short walk from the city centre.
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.