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The Grange, Bristol

Bristol BS9 1JA

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The Grange is situated between Westbury-on-Trym and Clifton on the outskirts of Bristol. There are 20 one and two bed apartments with a guest room for visiting friends and family. In the shared lounge residents can arrange activities or join in with the monthly coffee mornings and weekly craft club.

The Grange has a beautiful, maintained shared garden and is set in a beautiful location having the Clifton and Durdham Downs opposite, providing lots of open space to enjoy.  The residents have allocated car parking which are located behind security gates, providing that extra peace of mind.

The buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs are all taken care of by your on-site professional manager. Should you need to access further help and support they will also be on hand to assist. About a mile away is North View high street with a choice of shops including a pharmacy, bookshop and supermarket, library and cinema. Regular buses run to the centre of Bristol as well as the surrounding towns and villages.


This estate benefits from a professional Estate Manager Service

To contact this estate direct call Estate Manager: 0117 968 3814

Other services and facilities include:

  • Car Parking
  • Garden
  • Guest Room
  • Laundry
  • Lift
  • Lounge

Local area

Bristol is a city, in South West England and is the largest centre of culture, employment and education in the region. Cabot Circus has over 120 shops, two department stores, several restaurants, a thirteen-screen Showcase Cinema de Lux, and is split into two areas.

Points of interest

Bristol has many listed buildings in a wide variety of architectural styles, ranging from the medieval to the 21st century. There are several theatres including Bristol Hippodrome, a larger theatre which hosts national touring productions. Local museums and galleries include M Shed, The Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery, The Watershed Media Centre, Arnolfini gallery and the Royal West of England Academy in Clifton.

Tudor Red Lodge, the Georgian House and Blaise Castle House are three preserved historic houses worthy of a visit. The city is famous for its music and film industries, with many popular TV programmes being filmed there. Bristol is also home to one of the seven national Foodies Festivals.

Transport links

The city is connected by road on an east–west axis from London to West Wales by the M4 motorway, and on a north–southwest axis from Birmingham to Exeter by the M5 motorway. The M32 motorway is a spur from the M4 to the city centre.

Bristol Temple Meads is near the centre, services include regular high speed trains to London Paddington via Bath Spa. Bristol Parkway is located to the north of the city and runs services between Cardiff and London, and services to Birmingham and the North East.

Distance to GP: 1 miles

Distance to shop: 1 miles

Distance to bus stop: 0.02 miles

Distance to Post Office: 1 miles