Greenbank is on the northern fringes of Easton, bordered by Whitehall and Eastville. The City of Bristol Greenbank Cemetery is a tranquil space on its northern edge.
Like its neighbour Easton, Greenbank is a highly diverse neighbourhood with a strong sense of community.
There are local convenience stores and St Marks Road and Stapleton Road are just a short walk away.
The housing is Victorian terraced with some colourfully painted properties. Larger double bay three- or four-bedroom homes with good gardens can be found.
The city centre is walkable and there is regular public transport, with a choice of two railway stations, Lawrence Hill and Stapleton Road. Bristol and Bath Railway Path (for walking and cycling) passes through. J1 and J2 on M32 provide access to motorway links.
Green space: Eastville, Owen Square Park, Netham Park, Felix Road Adventure Playground
Shopping: Bristol Sweet Mart, East Bristol bakery, Pak Butchers, Al-Noor Supermarket
Eating and drinking: Maitreya Social, Thali Cafe, No12 Easton, Katie and Kim's Kitchen, The Greenbank
Schools: Whitehall Primary School, May Park Primary School, Bannerman Road Community Academy, St Werburghs Primary School, Millpond Primary School, Fairfield High School, The City Academy
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