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

Henleaze is a very popular northern suburb. The predominantly Edwardian, 1930s and post-war semis gives it a suburban feel, it’s also cosmopolitan with a busy local high street.

Key data - Henleaze

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

The city centre is walkable, about two miles. There are regular buses to Westbury-on-Trym village, Whiteladies Road and Gloucester Road. The nearby Falcondale Road takes you to the M5, passing Cribbs Causeway.

A cosmopolitan suburb

Grand suburban streets Beautiful family homes, lovely flats for couples too.

Local homes

Like its neighbours Westbury-on-Trym, Bishopston and Redland, Henleaze is an affluent area and property is pricey. There's a very good variety of housing, including post-war semis, large detached houses and quality flats.

A busy local High StreetIndependent and national shops, a choice of cafes.

Local places

A busy High Street runs through the middle of the community.

Green space: Henleaze Lake (a flooded former quarry and home of Henleaze Swimming Club), The Downs

We have to mention the independent Orpheus cinema at nearby Westbury Park. It screens a fantastic selection of blockbusters, family and independent films.

Shopping: Max Minerva's independent bookshop, Lloyds Greengrocer, Up & Running, Kondi Gifts

Eating and drinking: Little French, Chandos Deli, Kondi Brasserie, Coffee#1, The Eastfield Inn, The Gloucester Old Spot

Schools: The Red Maids' School, St Ursula's E-ACT Academy, Westbury-On-Trym CofE Academy, Badminton School, Elmlea Junior School, Henleaze Junior School

Homes to rent

Quality flats, some purpose built apartments. Family houses can be found.

The local area

Explore the nearby neighbourhoods.  


Local office
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