Bristol – the best city in England to call home
The Sunday Times named Bristol the best city to live in England 2014 because “It has everything: great shopping, buzzing social scene and glorious scenery.” It is the 10th largest city in England with an estimated population of 432,500, but why did it win this accolade?
Essentially when reviewed it scored highly in all areas, from eating out to socialising, culture to shopping it seems Bristol hits the mark and with great transport links now and planned it is easy to see why it is considered to offer a high quality of life to those who choose to call it home.
New Homes in Bristol
Our new development Smarts Quarter, located close to the centre of Bristol, is in the perfect location to benefit from all that the city has to offer. It is within 10 minutes walk of Temple Meads Station and Cabot Circus and offers contemporary, modern living accommodation located in a traditionally styled building.
A development of 1 and 2 bed apartments and duplex’s in Bristol, with secure parking for all 2 bed properties and communal garden. Find out more….
Bristol on your doorstep
Buying one of our new homes in Bristol gives you access to all of the following:
|Eating in Bristol: Food is very important to Bristol. There are an ever increasing number of restaurants covering every taste of food imaginable. Bristol boasts three Michelin starred restaurants but also boasts an array of independent and chain restaurants suiting all budgets. As a result Bristol has recently hosted a number of successful foodie events such as Bristol Food Connections and Bristol Harbourside Foodies Festival.|
|Socialising : Bristol might be in the heart of cider and scrumpy country but it also has its fair share of pubs serving craft beer, some brewed in the city itself by amongst others the Bristol Beer Factory and Butcombe brewery. If Beer are Cider are not your “cup of tea”, then Bristol is one of the best places to be for cocktail enthusiasts. We have everything from arty quirky to retro and vintage.|
|Environment: A High Quality of Life was one of the factors that the European Commission used when they voted Bristol European Green Capital 2015. The award rewards cities who have set high environmental standards and encourages them to commit to further environmental improvement and sustainable development.|
|Culture: Music and Culture are live and kicking in Bristol. Bristol has a huge variety of music venues. From small venues giving opportunities to new bands to get their first gigs to larger venues such as Colston Hall showcasing international artists. It also has a range of theatres from the The Little Black Box micro theatre showing community productions to The Bristol Hippodrome http://www.atgtickets.com/venues/bristol-hippodrome/ staging West End and Broadway productions. Not forgetting the newly refurbished Bristol Old Vic http://www.bristololdvic.org.uk/ which is the longest continuously-running theatre in the UK and prides itself on creating ground breaking work.|
|Shopping: – Bristol has everything when it comes to shopping. Gloucester Road is the longest Street of Independent shops in Europe. Cabot Circus, Broadmead and The Mall together sell all of the high st brands that you could hope to find|
|Transport Links: Just minutes away from the M4/M5 interchange, Bristol is in the perfect place for motorway access North- South and East West. With the electrification of the railway planned for 2017 journey times to London will be cut to 80 minutes.|
Further Help & Information
Check out the facilities near Smarts Quarter to find out more about what could be in your local area.
To register your interest in one of the Luxury Smarts Quarter Apartments or Maisonettes, or to find out more about how Green Spinnaker can help you call Bristol home contact the team on 0333 358 3558.