Bristol Homes for saleThe type of property and lifestyle you strive for can be divided up by Bristol's most popular areas.
With so many areas and so much property to choose from, starting your search in Bristol can be daunting.
So, we've picked out five of the best homes currently on the market across the Bristol area to give you a head start!
Seven-bedroom house, Redland
The property has stunning views on to Durdham Downs and its period charm has been maintained despite its modern functionality.
Trains from Bristol Temple Meads, a short hop from Redland station, reach London Paddington in one hour 40 minutes, while the M32 and M5 are also well within reach for commuters.
The property is also in catchment for the 'Outstanding'-rated Redland Green School for 11-18-year-olds.
Four-bedroom house, Westbury Park
Close to Henleaze high street for amenities, the property is also a stone's throw from local schools Westbury Park, Redland Green and Henleaze Junior - all of which are rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted.
The property also boasts an office to the rear - ideal for a business owner or someone who enjoys the benefits of flexible working!
Three-bedroom house, Westbury Park
Situated between Westbury Park and Henleaze, the property is in an ideal location for all those 'Outstanding'-rated schools and links into Bristol city centre.
Three-bedroom house, BS6
Packed with period features, the house would suit a young family thanks to its location close to great schools between Bishopston and Westbury Park.
Two-bedroom flat, Bedminster
Modern and spacious, the development is south of Bristol city centre and the River Avon and between two rail stations in Bedminster and Parson Street and the A38 into the city.
The property would suit a professional young couple looking for easy access to the city's nightlife but a peaceful return when the arrive home!
Rental prices in BristolBristol's rental stock is split fairly equally between flats and houses with an average rent of £1,054 per month.
Two-bedroom flats in the city and surrounding suburbs cost £1,085 on average, while a one-bedroom example averages £703 in monthly rent.
Larger family houses command £1,176 (three bedrooms), £1,584 (four bedrooms) and £1,986 (five bedrooms.