Moving to Bristol?

Are you looking to move to the city of Bristol?

Located just 120 miles from London, Bristol is one of the top 10 largest cities in the UK with a population of 471,000 in 2022.

Bristol is a vibrant and cosmopolitan European city - its international profile reflects a rich fusion of cultural heritage, surrounding natural beauty and a bustling mix of communities.

Andrew can help you to find the perfect home in this great city.

Popular areas of Bristol to move to include Clifton, Southville, Bishopston and the city centre.



With its large Georgian terraces often surrounding squares and gardens within the conservation area, Clifton is also is a popular tourist draw. A great mixture of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants can be found along Whiteladies Road. Clifton Village offers an interesting range of more independent outlets for clothing, homewares and accessories and has an enviable location just next to the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge.

SS Great Britain


Southville became established with the growth of the tobacco industry. Greville Smyth Park is a large open green space with an extensive play area and is in close proximity to Ashton Gate, home of Bristol City Football Club. North Street is the main shopping area for Southville and has a great selection of bars, cafes and independent food shops. The Tobacco Factory can be found here too, offering comedy shows and one-off special theatrical productions. The area is very popular with families and those interested in urban art.

Clifton Suspension Bridge


Bishopston is mainly on the left of the bustling Gloucester Road and offers easy access to the fantastic range of independent shops, bars and restaurants on this well renowned High Street. There are plenty of Victorian styled terraced properties which are much sought after by families.  Tranquil St Andrews Park can be found in this area, popular as a green haven for city dwellers.

Bristol Harbour Side
Bristol City Centre / Harbour Side

Bristol City Centre

The Harbourside area of Bristol floating harbour has undergone major transformations in recent times and is now alive with the buzz of Sunday markets, waterside restaurants and bars and a whole host of sports and activities including yachting, paddle boarding, cycling and rowing. Stroll around the water’s edge and you will find Millennium Square acting as a fantastic central hub, with its fountains and big screen as well as world-class attractions such as Brunel’s SS Great Britain, Bristol Aquarium, Watershed, Arnolfini and M-Shed.  The main Cabot Circus can be found in the city centre, offering lots of high end retail options, as well as food outlets.  The old city has many magnificent and historic buildings and walking the streets around this area provides a fascinating insight into Bristol's maritime history.

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