Situated on the south bank of the River Avon, Southville consists of houses that were built in the late 19th and early 20th century. They were originally built for the use of workers in the Bristol coal mining industry or the tobacco factories of W. D & H.O. the Guardian calls Southville “The Lower Clifton” due to its prices in comparison to Clifton when since the late 90s when the prices in Clifton rose people have been opting for Southville due to the fact that it is only a 10-15 minute walk from the centre and Bristol temple meads being a 20 minute walk. Market values in Southville vary depending on the type of property you are looking for 0ne bed flats can go from around £130,000 two beds from £175,000. Two/three-bed terraces between £235,000 and £340,000 and then the larger properties going up to £450,000.

Local favourites:

Bristol Beer Factory Brewery Tours

Tobacco Factory Theatre

Green space: Dame Emily Park, South Street Park, North Street Green, Victoria Park and Greville Smyth Park

Shopping: Tesco Express, Aldi, Rhubarb Jumble,

Eating and drinking: Tobacco Factory, The Thali Cafe;, The Burger Joint, Southville Deli and Hen & Chicken.

Schools: Southville primary school, Holy Cross Catholic Primary school and Ashton Gate Primary School.