The properties you could buy for under £250,000 in Southville, Totterdown, Clifton and Henleaze

This gorgeous grade II listed one-bed flat is in the heart of Clifton VillageThis gorgeous grade II listed one-bed flat is in the heart of Clifton Village
This gorgeous grade II listed one-bed flat is in the heart of Clifton Village | Rightmove
A typical home in the UK costs more than £250,000 for the very first time - yet in Bristol there are still some properties available for under that price

The average house price in Bristol is currently £361,590 - much higher than the national average which is £256,000, according to the Nationwide Building Society.

And with more people choosing to move to the city, prices look to continue to rise.

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Yet there are still properties suiting a variety of buyers which have been listed for under £250,000 - albeit most are flats and not houses.

We’ve trawled through property listing and discovered a range of properties for anyone looking for a deal this winter.

Southville

Southville is one of the most desirable places to live in Bristol, south of the river.

It has a trendy vibe with lots of independent cafes, bars and restaurants making this the perfect area for young couples and families to flock to.

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North Street, considered the heart and soul of Southville, is the local high street and is well-known for hosting the street art festival Upfest, with a permanent gallery set up all year round.

According to Rightmove the average property price in Southville is £416,010.

One-bedroom apartment, North Street

One-bed apartment in North Street One-bed apartment in North Street
One-bed apartment in North Street | Rightmove
The property features a small bedroomThe property features a small bedroom
The property features a small bedroom | Rightmove

This 1 bedroom apartment is going for £200,000 on Rightmove.

The modern apartment has one double bedroom and one bathroom with electric heating and hot water.

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The North Street location means that you are just minutes away from all the action.

Featuring a contemporary open plan living space and double glazed windows, this property is on the second floor ensuring lots of natural light. Check out the property.

Totterdown

An area that is a bit of a hidden gem in Bristol, Totterdown is home to the iconic rows of brightly painted houses. Known for its hills, it boasts the steepest street in city. With more bars and restaurants moving into the area, this is definitely a place to watch. The average property price in Totterdown is £340,855.

Two-bedroom apartment, New Walls

Outside the two-bed property in TotterdownOutside the two-bed property in Totterdown
Outside the two-bed property in Totterdown | Rightmove
Plenty of space in the loungePlenty of space in the lounge
Plenty of space in the lounge | Rightmove

Featuring two double bedrooms and one bathroom, this top floor flat is tucked away in a quiet corner with only three other units as neighbours.

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Listed at £220,000, this apartment is close to Bristol Temple Meads and the City Centre.

An allocated parking spot is a massive bonus as is the spacious kitchen.

Find out more and make sure to take the 3D virtual tour to get a full sense of the property.

Clifton

One of the most coveted locations in Bristol, Clifton is home to the ever-popular Downs.

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With an array of bars, restaurants and quirky independent shops, Clifton Village is a shopping destination for many in Bristol.

Whiteladies Road is another gem in this area with an almost endless choice of places to eat, drink and play.

The average house price in Clifton is £530,632 making it one of the most exclusive areas of Bristol to live in.

One-bedroom apartment, Gloucester Street

This one-bedroom apartment is tucked away in Gloucester RoadThis one-bedroom apartment is tucked away in Gloucester Road
This one-bedroom apartment is tucked away in Gloucester Road | Rightmove
Inside the open-plan kitchen and loungeInside the open-plan kitchen and lounge
Inside the open-plan kitchen and lounge | Rightmove

This gorgeous grade II listed one bed flat is in the heart of Clifton Village.

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The double bedroom is located on the first floor of a beautiful period property. The building is surrounded by cobblestone and only a few minutes walk to all of the local amenities.

The living room benefits from high ceilings and natural lighting. The property has had offers in excess of £235,000 so you’ll need to be quick if you want to snap this up.

Here are more details.

Henleaze

This mostly residential neighbourhood boasts a quirky high street with a 3-screen cinema among one of the delights.

Close to Westbury-on-Trym in one direction and Stokes Croft in another, it’s a great location for people who love being near the heart of it all.

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The average property price is £569,108 having overtaken Clifton as one of the most expensive places to live.

One-bedroom apartment, Wellington Hill West

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Entrance to the property in Henleaze | Rightmove
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Is this property your cup of tea? | Rightmove

This top floor flat comes with a dedicated garage and a shared garden, perfect for entertaining on warm summer nights.

Located within walking distance of the local amenities this property is perfect for someone looking for easy access.

The double bedroom is large and comes with a fitted wardrobe.

The living room has an option for a fireplace, a perfect way to get cosy on those cold winter days.

Going for £235,000 this property details can be found here.

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