Bristol Property Market: What you can get for your budget in 2018

Exploring the Bristol property market and finding a suitable house takes time and a lot of planning. It can take many months or even years to find ‘the one’ for you. In this article, we are going to be looking at a variety of properties in many areas that come under different price points and exploring what you can buy within your budget. The same budget can get you a wide range of different properties, depending on location, features and appearance.

What you could buy for £150,000
3-bedroom terraced house in Kingswood

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This brick-built house has a lounge and kitchen/diner on the ground floor with family bathroom alongside the 3 bedrooms on the first floor, a loft room with sky lights and big front and rear gardens. Although the property needs a complete refurbishment, with the help of skilled professionals, this house could be transformed into your dream family home.





Studio flat in the City Centre

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Finding any city centre properties on the Bristol property market in this price bracket is very rare. This modern flat is right in the heart of Bristol, with the city centre literally on your doorstep. Built inside one of Bristol’s best-known Grade 2 listed buildings, this property is just half a mile away from Temple Meads and a   short walk away from the Galleries shopping centre.




What you could buy for £250,000
3-bedroom house in Rodway Hill

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If you’re on the hunt for a family home, we know you’ll want as many bedrooms and as much space within you budget as you can. This terraced house is an ideal option for anyone wanting to settle down.
A well located, smartly presented modern townhouse situated in a popular development close to the ring road and cycle path. Downstairs is a modern kitchen, lounge diner and a toilet. Upstairs are two spacious bedrooms and a family bathroom with shower over bath. The master bedroom is on the second floor, with an en-suite shower room and small loft space. Outside is a sunny aspect garden, with a combination of patio and artificial grass making it a low maintenance garden, perfect for relaxing in.

1-bedroom flat in Hotwells

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Looking out onto the water, this top floor flat is a show stopping central Bristol property. With an open plan living area and 34ft balcony, this penthouse is a gorgeous harbourside viewpoint. The interior includes a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, bathroom and open kitchen and lounge area.




What you could buy for £350,000

4-bedroom detached house in Longwell Green

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If you’re a new family looking for a bigger home, this could be the perfect property for you. Just East of the centre of Bristol, this wonderful home is tucked away in a friendly cul-de-sac. With the downstairs compromising of a modern kitchen, spacious sitting room and a sunny conservatory, it leaves space for 4 double bedrooms upstairs with a family bathroom and an en-suite for the master bedroom.
There is a primary school a convenient 100m away from the property, with a secondary school 500m distance away in the same direction, making the house in an even more ideal setting for a family.

4-bedroom flat in Saint Augustines

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A perfect investment flat in the heart of the city centre of Bristol, with a variety of shops and restaurants on the doorstep. If you fancy a stroll to work instead of a driven commute, this is a property in an ideal location for you. The flat has 4 bedrooms, 3 of which being double. There is an open kitchen and lounge area, with two shared modern bathrooms, with one including as shower.



What you could buy for £500,000
4 bedroom detached house in Portbury

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This 17th century cottage is a unique property, situated just outside of Bristol in a quiet village. Packed full of original features, this family home has 4 double bedrooms, a lounge with an original fireplace, dining room, utility, dining room, conservatory and two bathrooms all within your £500,000 budget. If you’re a large family, you won’t struggle for space with this property. It is also in an ideal location, with several large towns close by, with an easy commute into Bristol and positioned within minutes of the M5. Therefore, this home perfectly suites someone looking for the peace and quiet of the countryside, yet still being commutable.


2-bedroom flat in Clifton

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With the price tag on this 2-bedroom flat being half a million pounds, this property is definitely all about the location. A wonderful location, moments away from the business of Clifton Village but also in a quiet position amongst the stunning communal gardens. The property is a ground floor flat, meaning it is easily accessible and would be ideal for a less mobile person who is searching for a new home. The flat floods with natural lighting in each room from the large sash windows. The interior also has other attractive features such as a fitted kitchen, period cornicing, carved wooden fireplace, 2 double bathrooms and large bathroom. The property stands in a private and secure communal garden that contains many beautiful plants and trees, which makes it a lovely area to relax in away from the hustle of the city.

What you could buy for £800,000
4-bedroom terraced house in Clifton Wood

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Just under budget at £725,000 is this spacious four-bedroom Cabot stone fronted property, in the ideal Clifton location with many period features. Positioned in an exclusive cul-de-sac with a front and rear garden, making it a beautiful location. Including a self-contained studio flat on the lower ground floor with independent access, which could be an ideal annex or teenage accommodation. With both primary and secondary schools less than half a mile from the property, the features and location make this property perfect for a large family.


5-bedroom detached house in Almondsbury

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If you’re wanting to head away from the city centre, this detached 1800’s cottage is in the ideal location for you. Situated in a private development, this property offers spacious living over 3 floors. It has 3 reception rooms, 5 double bedrooms, a large garden room, kitchen, a bathroom and shower room. The rear garden is enclosed with an attractive stone wall, with the front garden consisting of a peaceful courtyard.



What you could buy for £1,000,000

6-bedroom semi-detached house in Clifton

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This exceptionally spacious family home is located in the heart of Clifton Village, with 6 large bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 3 reception rooms. With four storeys, this Victorian property can easily adapt to the needs of a family over several years. The sunny South facing garden and balcony make it in the perfect spot to relax as a family, with a beautiful view of communal gardens (very rare in such a central location).



5 bedroom detached house in Westbury-on-trym

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With a stunning view over Blaise Estate and North Somerset, this significantly extended 5-bedroom house is the ideal family home. Being more modern and restored than the previous property, this house is also located in a well sought after quiet cul-de-sac. In fact, the whole area is a very popular area according to the Bristol property market. It is easily accessible, coming with both a driveway and garage area. The garden is large, with multiple patios and sun terraces, an ideal space for outdoor play or relaxation.

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