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Once called “Sadly Broke,” this suburb on the north of the City of Bristol is still growing and developing, as the construction of most houses here started in 1987. By this time, it became a decent suburban area attracting people with a lower cost of living.
Bradley Stoke is a place to be for those who are trying to escape from the hubbub of the big city. It is quiet and peaceful, with reasonable prices for properties, whether you want to buy or rent a place. What’s more, it is a young suburb, so it would be perfect for those residents who wish to avoid living in an old building and deal with the maintenance problems it might come with.
There are multiple primary schools in Bradley Stroke, which makes it perfect for residents with smaller kids. Also, there is a secondary school for older children. To attend college or university, however, it’s necessary to commute to Bristol itself.
There are plenty of routes for joggers and cyclists, as well as places to play football, cricket, and a skate park. And, if you’re a nature lover, you will love strolls in the Three Brooks Nature Reserve — it comprises three bluebell woodlands, has an artificial lake, and full of various species of flora and fauna.
As you need to use a car or public transportation to get to the other Bristol areas, it is important to take a closer look at transport links before moving to Bradley Stroke. Currently, many roads are still under construction, but there are a few bus stations nearby that offer connection to the city, as well as M4 and M5 interchange.
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