Henleaze is a very popular northern suburb. The predominantly Edwardian, 1930s and post-war semis give it a suburban feel, but its also cosmopolitan with a busy local high street.
Like its neighbours Westbury-on-Trym, Bishopston and Redland, Henleaze is an affluent area and property is expensive. There's a good variety of housing, including post-war semis, large detached houses and flats.
The city centre is walkable at about two miles away. There are regular buses to Westbury-on-Trym village, Whiteladies Road and Gloucester Road. The nearby Falcondale Road (A4018) takes you to the M5, passing Cribbs Causeway.
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: Just So Toy Shop, Lloyds Greengrocer, Up & Running, Harveys Cycle Exchange, The Henleaze Florist
Eating and drinking: Chandos Deli, Kondi Brasserie, Coffee#1, The Eastfield Inn
Schools: The Red Maids' School, St Ursula's E-ACT Academy, Westbury-On-Trym CofE Academy, Badminton School, Elmlea Junior School, Henleaze Junior School
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