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Bristol news Reasons Bristol's millionaire streets are so expensive PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Berkeley Square in Clifton tops the list

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21 February 2021 - 10:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! There's no denying that house prices in Bristol and the surrounding areas are on the rise. Inner city costs have been driven up due to interest in the area from London professionals as a train from Temple Meads to Paddington takes just one hour and 30 minutes. And coronavirus has seen more people move into the outskirts of Bristol, as many don’t need to commute into the city as they now work from home. Some streets in Bristol are now renowned for homes with extortionate price tags - having recently become hotspots for the rich, or having been known for their exclusivity for some time. But how much - exactly - does it cost to live on one of them and what is it that makes them so expensive? Find properties near you, powered by In Your Area: Berkeley Square, Clifton Berkeley Square on The Triangle in Clifton is made up of Georgian town houses, many now used in a commercial capacity. There is an abundance of shops, coffee shops and bars, such as Browns (pictured) (Image: James Beck/BristolLive) With properties selling for an average price of £1.56 million according to Rightmove, Berkeley Square in Clifton tops the list of the most expensive places to live in Bristol. In 2018, 1 Berkeley Square - a terraced townhouse - sold for £1,250,000, and a year later 12 Berkeley Square sold for £1,970,000. And it seems most properties on Berkeley Square have been snapped up, as none are currently for sale on Rightmove. But what is it that makes the area so pricey? Berkeley Square sits at the top of Clifton Triangle, full of book shops and independent eateries by day, and exclusive cocktail bars by night. Berkeley Square on The Triangle in Clifton (Image: James Beck/BristolLive) And the exterior of homes on Berkeley Square remain largely untouched; having maintained their Georgian features like entrance pillars and paneled windows. Just moments from your door is a playground of amenities, including vintage clothing stores, organic food and coffee shops - that'd usually be alive with students, young professionals and adults alike if it wasn't for Covid-19.

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. Horse Race Lane, Failand Horse Race Lane in Failand is a rural location featuring gated detached homes, dry stone walls and an abundance of fields, though not much in the way of local amenities (Image: James Beck/BristolLive) Not far behind in terms of price is Horse Race Lane in Failand, known for its luxurious family homes, many of which boast swimming pools and horse stables that overlook the countryside. In 2018, a five bedroom detached home on Horse Race Lane sold for a whopping £2,750,000, and last year Hill View Farm on the same street sold for £1,285,000. Horse Race Lane in Failand (Image: James Beck/BristolLive) Unlike Berkeley Square, Horse Race Lane is a short drive to bars and takeaways but has country pubs and hidden country lanes to make up for it. That being said, Horse Race Lane is just a ten minute drive to Clifton Suspension Bridge, and a 15 minute drive to Bristol Airport, so its location can hardly be shunned. Old Sneed Park, Sneyd Park Old Sneed Park is set back in the quiet suburb of Sneyd Park and is made up primarily of fairly modern detached houses. Whiteladies Rd, with its shops and supermarkets, is located within walking distance (Image: James Beck/BristolLive) Unlike Horse Race Lane and Berkeley Square, the average cost of a home on Old Sneed Park has been north of a million since 2005, according to Rightmove. Prices have stayed pretty consistent since then, with the last recorded home sold in the area being a five bed detached house for £1,350,000. Old Sneed Park manages to strike the balance between rural and urban living. One of the main attractions of the area is the Old Sneed Park Nature Reserve - bustling with wildlife and rich with history. Old Sneed Park is just a half an hour walk into Clifton and less than ten minutes to Whiteladies Road - so a prime location for anyone looking to buy in the area. More of today's news from around Devon 10 beautiful Bristol 'before and after' home transformations Gogglebox rich list revealed

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