New Homes in Bristol
Found in the South West of England close to the country’s border with South Wales, Bristol is a vibrant city and also the smallest yet most populated non-metropolitan county in the UK. Extending out to the Bristol Channel and Severn Estuary, houses in Bristol are just over 10 miles from Bath, while you can drive up to Gloucester in around 40 minutes.
From cultural draws like museums, galleries and historical landmarks like the city’s cathedral, to natural attractions such as Avon Gorge, Leigh Woods and Chew Valley Lake, there’s also a vibrant harbor to take in. Whether you want to live in the city centre or a commuter town like Yate, don’t miss our new homes in Bristol below.
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The Bristol lifeKnown for its rich artistic and maritime heritage, Bristol makes a brilliant city for your move. New homes here enjoy proximity to the southwestern coast, the Cotswolds and the North Wessex Downs, meaning there is always plenty to do. The city is Banksy's birthplace, a UNESCO Creative City of Film and was also awarded the European Green Capital in 2015. Thriving and lively, Bristol is bursting at the seams.
Lying along the River Avon, a stone's throw from Bath, Swindon and overlooking Newport, Bristol brims with exciting things to see and do. Whether you're travelling with your family or about to relocate, there is never a dull day here. Here we rounded up some of the best activities in and around this southwestern powerhouse:
Things to see and do in Bristol
• Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
• Clifton Downs
• Cabot Tower
• SS Great Britain
• St Mary Redcliffe
• Georgian House
• Ashton Court
• Bristol Zoo
New homes in this beautiful part of the South West also benefit from an excellent education system. If you're looking for a primary, secondary or higher education institution, you'll be spoilt for choice. Below we've narrowed down some of the best options, rated by Ofsted.
School and education in Bristol
|Ashton Gate Primary School||St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School||St Brendan’s Sixth Form College|
|Whitehall Primary School||Redland Green School||South Gloucestershire and Stroud College|
|Bishop Road Primary School|| Bristol Cathedral Choir School
Transport in Bristol
Bristol is conveniently located, next door to some of the biggest cities in the South of England. Here's how you can travel.
By car• M4: It connects the city from London to Wales
• M5: It connects it to Exeter, passing through Weston-super-Mare and Bridgwater
• First West of England: It operates bus routes from the city centre to neighbouring areas
Bristol property market
Despite property prices being less affordable than in other southern destinations, Bristol has plenty of investment opportunities.
If you'd like to live in the heart of the action, our brilliant 3 and 4 bedroom homes could be what you're after. Ladden Garden Village development is located a stone's throw from the M4 motorway and the National Arboretum while also being close to the city centre.
If you prefer the pull of the suburbs, browse our Morton Meadows and Nant Y Castell developments.
New homes offers and schemes in Bristol
Buying your dream new home with David Wilson Homes means accessing a range of unique homebuying offers. If you're a first-time buyer, the Low Deposit offers are here to help you save for your deposit. Looking to sell your current home? Explore the Help to Sell schemes.
At DWH, we offer high-quality housing and comfort for all homebuyers. Browse our collection below.