Stoke Bishop is a suburb north west of the city. It's on the Sneyd Park side of The Downs, in between Westbury-on-Trym and Sea Mills/Coombe Dingle.
It's an affluent area, concentrated around a small village hall and a row of shops on Druid Hill, and extending towards Westbury-on-Trym.
While property is predominantly 1930s, there's an interesting mix of residential architecture, including some extremely grand, detached houses and cul-de-sacs of 1960/70s houses. There are also a few modern builds and low level apartment blocks.
The population of Stoke Bishop varies throughout the year because of the influx of students to the large halls-of-residence during university term time.
The city centre is about three miles away and is easily accessible. There’s a good local transport service. Falcondale Road (A4018) will take you to the M4/5, passing Cribbs Causeway shopping centre. The nearest railway station is at Sea Mills with trains to Temple Meads.
Green space: The Downs, Stoke House Park, Blaise Castle Estate, Coombe Dingle Sports Complex
Shopping: Local convenience stores on Druid Hill and Stoke Lane
Schools: Badminton School, Stoke Bishop CofE Primary School, Elmlea Junior School, The Red Maids' School, St Ursula's E-ACT Academy
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