Montpelier lies between Cotham and St Werburghs, just above Stokes Croft. It's a colourful and quirky residential area, which has become increasingly popular in recent years due to the resurgence of Stokes Croft and its prime location near the centre of Bristol.
Houses in this area are beautiful terraced properties, many now painted vibrant colours, from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
There's plenty available nearby, with Stokes Croft to the south and Gloucester Road to the north.
There's a mini high street starting near the bottom of Picton Street and finishing roughly where the road splits into Upper Cheltenham Place and York Road. This road has a local convenience store and a couple of restaurants, as well as some small shops.
Travelling around and out of Bristol from here is easy. There's a rail station at Montpelier and the A38 and M32 are nearby, too.
Green space: Montpelier Park, Albany Green
Eating and drinking:The Thali Cafe, Bell's Diner and Bar Rooms, The Cadbury, The Bristolian
Schools: St Barnabas Church of England VC Primary School, Fairlawn Primary School, Sefton Park Infant and Junior Schools, Colston’s Girls’ School, Cotham School, Fairfield High School
Georgian townhouses, Victorian terraces & Villas, flat conversions of all types and newly built architect designed homes.show all
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