Brislington is south east of the city, bordering Totterdown and Knowle. You’ll find it as you travel out on the Bath Road past Arnos Vale. Sandy Park, Broomhill and St Anne’s are technically part of Brislington, too.
The initial area around Kensington Park Road and Hamstead Road is built up of Victorian terraces. This area has a good mix of urban professional couples and families – see Arnos Vale.
As you venture further out into Brislington, 1930/50s semis are more common, and it becomes a traditional family area. By the time you get to the far edge of Brislington, you’re actually only about ten miles from Bath.
The city centre is walkable. There are regular buses, too. Access by car is direct, but can get busy as you’re on a main artery into the city. Once you pass Temple Meads, there’s direct access to the M32 via St. Philips Causeway (A4320).
There are local convenience shops, and more cafes and restaurants appearing all the time.
Green space: Arnos Vale, Nightingale Valley, Victory Park
Shopping: Sandy Park, Avonmeads, Gallagher Retail Park
Eating and drinking: Bocabar, Friska, Grounded, Cloisters at Arnos Manor, Lodekka
Schools: Holymead Junior and Primary School, West Town Lane Academy, Oasis Academy
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Victorian terraces & semis in some parts, good choice of 1930/50s homes. Modern build houses, bungalows on outer reaches of area.show all
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