After fairly rapid growth in sales and lettings over recent years, our Bristol office offers over 60 years of combined experience with individuals dedicated to selling properties in the city and surrounding areas. Our friendly sales and lettings teams are always on hand to offer a bespoke, honest and reliable service.
Directions to the Office
Conveniently located in Clifton Village, on The Mall, just off Princess Victoria Street and near The Clifton Suspension Bridge, Whiteladies Road and The Triangle. Train links to London Paddington run via Bristol Temple Meads also servicing the South West of England. Bristol is linked by several motorways including the M32, M4 and M5. The A4 and A4174 join the cities of Bath and Bristol.
On-street parking pay and display is available on, and around the Triangle with a long stay car park, situated on Jacob’s Wells Road (West End Car Park).
Bristol offers a rich and diverse heritage dating back to Saxon times when it was a trading port. It was not until the 18th century, however, that Bristol became the city you see today. The city grew and it became the principal trading port for the American Colonies. This growth saw incredible wealth coming into the city, and a period of expansion began with the construction of many Georgian buildings.
The ingenuity, diversity and building continue today with the regeneration of the City Centre and Harbourside. It has many art and social events and venues as well as the renowned shopping outlet ‘Cabot Circus’ housing the likes of Harvey Nichols, Brasserie Blanc and House of Fraser. As with any other major city, Bristol enjoys strong transport links with the rest of the UK and Europe thanks to Bristol International Airport and Great Western Railway Network.
Bristol continues to be a popular choice for those relocating from London and other major UK cities and internationally. Properties range from ultra-modern city apartments, period conversions through to Victorian and Georgian townhouses and outer town country estates. The city has excellent commuter links, diverse industries, a rich and colourful history, and world-renowned schools, making it a truly cosmopolitan city. There is much to see and do in Bristol, including a range of Museums, galleries, fine dining restaurants, bars and cafes.