Bristol is located in the South West of the UK but it has great transport links throughout the country. It also has an airport close to the centre. Combining city and countryside living Bristol is one of the most popular cities for Londoners looking to escape. This Area Guide gives you an overview of this city and some of the best places to live in Bristol. Including, reviews from residents who own or rent in Bristol.
Perfect location, slap bang in the city centre so I can’t mark them down on this. Minutes walk from Temple Meads Station, shops/cinemas/bars of King Street, 10 minute walk to Wapping Wharf. Perfect location
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The development is new and modern feeling. Very clean flats with modern appliances (dishwasher/oven/microwave/convection hobs). The location is the biggest benefit to this development, its right in the middle of Bristol which is perfect. The buildings are on the whole very quiet, but sadly the ceilings aren’t thick enough to prevent loud stompy neighbors from keeping you up. Also an issue of people smoking on the balconies (which is prohibited in the tenancy agreement), but if you aren’t bothered by this then it won’t be an issue. Probably the biggest issue is quite how hot the flats get in the summer, if you aren’t a fan of the heat I would not recommend as they are sweltering.
Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:
I wish I had known just how hot the flats get in the summer.
How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:
Responded fantastically, can’t knock the front desk team. We had a leak coming through the ceiling and they dealt with it the same day.