Redland, Cotham and Kingsdown have a strong mix of family homes and fine spacious apartments, which have created a hugely desirable place to live.
For young families a popular attraction has been its strong local schools including Redland High and Redland Green with St John’s Primary and Colston’s Primary close by. With its own train station Redland is easily connected to the rest of the city and for young couples an increasing number of bars, pubs and delis are appearing.
Examples of properties within all of these areas could be a period conversion apartment, a whole house or something more purpose built.
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Living in Redland
Redland, Cotham and Kingsdown often come under a similar bracket with the majority of the architecture being Victorian driven with delightful pockets of Georgian terraces and also areas of post war family homes. Redland offers classic tree lined avenues with substantial bay fronted Victorian buildings with good sized private gardens. With several of the best schools in the city there are an increasing number of independent shops and delis, and fantastic gastro pubs. Redland’s own train station makes this area connected to all areas of Bristol.
Cotham and Kingsdown have a different cultural vibe, still retaining a beautiful mix of Victorian, Georgian and modern properties with the added benefits of being within close proximity to various boutique shops and the Bristol Royal Infirmary.
Access to the city centre is close by as is the renowned Gloucester Road with its large range of independent shops and boutiques.
Why use Knight Frank?
Regularly instructed to market some of the most sought after properties and new developments within Bristol our insight and track record contributes to our status as one of the area’s most experienced property teams.
Our team in Bristol is perfectly positioned to help with your property requirements whether that be finding a new home to buy for yourself or for investment.
Our Clifton office completes an important link with its neighbouring offices in Bath, Cheltenham and Exeter.
Knight Frank not only provides advice on selling your home, but we also have a financial arm called Knight Frank Finance.
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