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Coombe Dingle

Local office
73 Westbury Hill, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, BS9 3AD

Coombe Dingle sits below Blaise Castle Estate, neighbouring Stoke Bishop and Sea Mills. Historically, the area formed part of the parish of Westbury-on-Trym, which is less than two miles away.

Key data - Coombe Dingle

Source: Dataloft, Dept. of Education, Dept of Transport, Census 2021

The city centre is about five miles away and is easily accessible. There’s a good local transport service, with Falcondale Road (A4018) taking you to the M4/5. The nearest railway station is at Sea Mills with trains to Temple Meads.

A selection of large family homes mostly semi and detached

Wide Streets and semisA variety of 20th century homes.

Local homes

Property is varied, there are many large, detached houses set within good-sized grounds, as well as modern builds and a select number of small developments and purpose-built apartment blocks. Elsewhere in the area, there are 1930/50s houses.

Coombe Dingle Sports Complex

Local places

Green space:St Andrews Park. 

Shopping: Pearce's Hardware Store, Main Interiors, Dalton Butchers

Eating and drinking: The Lazy Dog, The Royal Oak, and many more on nearby Gloucester Road including Jean's bistro and The Drapers Arms

Schools: Brunel Field Primary School, Ashley Down Primary School, Sefton Park Infant and Junior School

Homes for sale

Large individual detached homes, 1930/50s houses, some apartments.

The local area

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Coombe Dingle

Local office
73 Westbury Hill,

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