Bedminster Down

Bedminster Down is a suburb of Bristol. Much of the area was built in the 1930s. It extends from Bedminster to Ashton, Bishopworth, Highridge and Uplands, and is a largely residential area. Much of the area is built over disused coal mines. Bedminster Down School situated in Bedminster down has an Ofsted rating of good and is one of the main secondary schools in the area. Cheddar grove school who also received a good rating from Ofsted and Headley park primary school who received an outstanding rating from Ofsted are within a 10 minute walk of the area.

Nearby facilities that are available for residents include; imperial retail park on the Hartcliffe Way which have a number of shops including, Boots, Next, the Range, Argos and DW sports fitness. With it being a 15 to 25 minute drive to Bristol Temple Meads it could be the perfect area for someone wanting to live out of the inner city but still within driving distance.

Sales in Bedminster Down over the past average between £260,000 and £157,500.

Local favourites:

Green space: Manor Woods Valley

Shopping: see Bedminster

Eating and drinking: see Bedminster

Schools: see Bedminster