Four 3 bed houses in the heart of Southville ALL SOLD
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Modern living in a vibrant neighbourhood in South Bristol
Windsor Place is a new conversion of
just four houses on Greville Road in
thriving residential Southville. Each
home has private parking and outdoor
space and is within a short walk of
the bustling North Street and the city
Access to the M5 along the Portway is
easy and Temple Meads Railway Station
is a short taxi-ride or 30 minute walk
The original building has been converted
to offer four newly styled homes all with a
Southville, with its culinary trail of
award-winning eateries, laidback bars
and famed arts venues is a great choice
for young professionals and families
in the know. The vibe is eclectic and
it’s fast-becoming a destination area
thanks to its active community who
are responsible for organising street
parties, arts trails and mini festivals.
The annual highlight is Upfest –
Europe’s largest street art festival.
During the day North Street comes to
life with cafes, delis, vintage shops
and at night there’s great food in
Birch and Zazu’s Kitchen, drinks in
The Hare and North Street Standard,
world-class comedy in the Hen &
Chicken and theatre in the Tobacco
The weekly highlight is the Tobacco
Factory Market – with local food,
art and vintage wares.
On the outskirts of Bedminster, past Ashton Gate Stadium, are the beautiful green expanses of Ashton Court Estate. The paved paths are perfect for running and cycling and the wooded areas are open to walking adventures. There are two mountain bike routes, a deer park and golf course.
The historic Bristol docks have been transformed into an iconic destination of beautiful waterfront homes speckled with pretty boats, fine restaurants, museums and arts centres. It’s also a haven for water enthusiasts with rowing, kayaking, sailing and paddleboarding offered all year.
The £500m shopping centre has transformed the city centre and now the 1,500,000 sq ft of retail space pulls shoppers from all over the South West. It houses exclusive brands like Harvey Nichols, AllSaints, Hobbs and Levis as well as restaurants like Brasserie Blanc and Piccolino.
A historical Bristol street leading from the city centre and Bristol Cathedral up to Clifton. The summit rewards you with the Victoria Rooms, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery and the Wills Memorial Building. St George’s concert hall half way up hosts internationally renowned artists.
Georgian Clifton Village, with its independent restaurants, boutique shops and exclusive wine bars is the perfect place to while away a Saturday. Other attractions include Bristol Zoo Gardens and the open green spaces of the Downs.
It was 150 years ago that Isambard Kingdom Brunel put Bristol firmly on the architectural map with the mighty Clifton Suspension Bridge that spans the dramatic Avon Gorge. He also developed Temple Meads Station and the Great Western Railway, as well as the ss Great Britain.
To register your interest for this exciting development in Southville, please use the email link below, or contact Ocean Estate Agents on 0117 9231866 / email@example.com
The information and details about the development are believed at the time of composition to be correct. Whilst they are updated from time to time, there is no guarantee that they are always up to date. They are intended to
be illustrative and are merely for the general interest and guidance of our potential customers and are not intended to be an offer or part of any contract, or to constitute any form of representation, which may form a contract. In
particular any details describing or illustrating our properties must be checked by inspection or enquiry if you progress your interest. Photos are for illustrative purposes and individual properties may vary
All pictures contained in this document are used with the publishers consent and credited to the following people via flickr.com:- Page 3; Greville Smyth Park- shrinkin’violet. Pages 6-7; Park St- Harshil Shah;
Clifton Village- Sam Saunders; Brunel- Harshil Shah; Harbourside- Harshil Shah, Ashton Court- Anguskirk. Page 17 Bristol Landscape- Harshil Shah