Westbury-on-Trym really is a village, with everything you might expect. Part of Bristol's north west suburbs, it's a short distance from The Downs, and neighbours Stoke Bishop, Henleaze and Westbury Park.
Key data - Westbury-on-Trym
Green public space
Homes within 200m of public transport
Schools rated outstanding by Ofsted
It's four miles to the city centre with frequent public transport. Falcondale Road takes you to the M5 passing Cribbs Causeway. The nearest railway station is at Sea Mills, with trains to Temple Meads.
A local village for local people
The heart of the village is a conservation area. There are many beautiful period buildings tucked away on tiny streets. Most residential property is Victorian or 1930s, and there is a wide selection of sizes, from two-bedroom cottages to large villas.
There is a large selection of shops, some national, many independent, cafes and restaurants, and lovely family-friendly local pubs.
Green space: Canford Park, Blaise Castle Estate
Shopping: Merylin at No 21, The Blush Co, We Make Bristol, Beauty Box, Mogford & Son
Eating and drinking: Grupo Lounge, Number 7 Kitchen, Coffee #1, The White Lion, Prego
Schools: Elmlea Infants' School, Elmlea Junior School, Westbury-on-Trym CofE Academy, St Ursulas E-ACT Academy, Sea Mills Primary School, Henbury School
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