Often referred to in the same sentence, Leigh Woods and Abbots Leigh are separated from Clifton Village by Bristol’s iconic Suspension Bridge created by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Leigh Woods is a relatively small area consisting of substantial detached Victorian homes plus a further range of apartments, both within converted period buildings and those more purpose built. Abbots Leigh is less than 3 miles from the centre of Bristol and offers predominantly detached family homes ranging in age.
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Living in Leigh Woods and Abbots Leigh
A noticeably green and tranquil area, much of Leigh Woods enjoys access to National Trust Land which is almost entirely open to the public and boasts perfect walking and mountain bike territory.
Not only is the surrounding Somerset countryside on your doorstep, the M5 and Bristol Airport are close by.
Why use Knight Frank?
Knight Frank’s Bristol office is driven to succeed and has a proven track record in creating the best possible results, whether you are searching for a new home, an investment or looking to achieve the best possible price for your home. With a wide range of marketing tools, reach and network of other offices including Bath, Cheltenham, Cirencester and Exeter, the Bristol office will offer a wealth of property experience and local knowledge.
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