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, east along Westbury/Canford Lane (A4162). Coombe Dingle was once a popular destination for outings from Bristol.
Property around Coombe Dingle 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 a lot of 1930/50s houses.
There are local convenience shops on Westbury Lane and throughout nearby Stoke Bishop. There are more shops and restaurants in Westbury-on-Trym and Shirehampton.
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.
Green space: Blaise Castle Estate, Coombe Dingle Sports Complex, Canford Park
Shopping: See Stoke Bishop, Shirehampton, Westbury-on-Trym
Schools: Sea Mills Primary School, Stoke Bishop CofE Primary School, Our Lady of the Rosary Primary School, Oasis Academy, Henbury School
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