Clifton is the area running west of Whiteladies Road to the Avon Gorge, down to Hotwells and up to The Downs – see Clifton Village, Clifton Wood. It’s one of the oldest, most affluent and most beautiful parts of the city.
Clifton is renowned for its wonderful Georgian terraces and squares, and the world-famous Clifton Suspension Bridge. It’s also home to much of Bristol University.
Property ranges from beautiful converted flats and stylish modern apartments and houses to grand Georgian townhouses and Victorian villas. Clifton has some of Bristol's most expensive property.
Whiteladies Road has a range of independent shops, and a vast selection of cafes, bars, pubs and restaurants. You’ll find furniture shops, delis, galleries, fashion and gift shops – and a very good selection of estate agents.
The city centre is walkable – downhill on the way, up Park Street on the way back! There are regular buses, and trains to Temple Meads from Clifton Down station.
Green space: The Downs, Ashton Court, Leigh Woods
Shopping: A fantastic choice, from local independents to chains, including Waitrose – see also Clifton Village, including Clifton Arcade, The Triangle, Alma Vale Road
Eating and drinking: The Cowshed, The Clifton Sausage, Clifton Lido, Primrose Cafe, The Ivy (coming soon)
Schools: Clifton High School, Clifton College, Christchurch CofE Primary School
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Large Georgian properties usually in terraces. Many grand single homes & converted - offering a variety of flats. Victorian & Edwardian semis and a select choice of purpose built apartment blocks. Interesting coach & mews houses.show all