Frenchay Gardens, Bristol
Bristol Road, Bristol, BS16 1SZ
PLOT 2040 - THE LANCASTER IS OUR HOME OF THE WEEKWhy? Because this superb four bedroom terraced home has an open plan kitchen/dining area, as well as an en-suite off the master bedroom and a garage; all for £474,995. Including an upgraded kitchen, bi-fold patio doors and downlights to designated areas.
Book your appointment today to discuss how we can help you move into your perfect Redrow home.
Bristol Road,Bristol,BS16 1SZ Map
Just minutes from the motorways and just 6miles from Bristol city centre, these prestigious homes are sure to be in great demand, so register your interest today and be the first to know the news as this latest phase takes shape. Remember, you only need 5% deposit to secure your future at Frenchay Gardens with Help to Buy and Redrow could help you sell your old home so you can move sooner.
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AmenitiesThere are plenty of local shops around the area for your day to day needs, along with Asda, Morrisons and Sainsburys supermarkets close by for your weekly shop.
For doctors, register with Christchurch Family medical Centre on North Street in Downend (Sat Nav BS16 5SG, call 01179 708 950) and for dentists try Frenchay Dental Practice on Beckspool Road (sat Nav BS16 1NU, call 01179 567 603).
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Beech Hill Post Office
1-3 Frome Valley Road, Bristol, BS16 1HD
Christchurch Family Medical Centre
North Street, Bristol, BS16 5SG
Frenchay Dental Practice
Beckspool Road, Frenchay, BS16 1NU
Southmead Road, Westbury-On-Trym, Bristol, BS10 5NB
DiningYou’ll discover a good selection of local restaurants around Frenchay, so you don’t have to head into town to find your feast. The Snuff Mill Harvester is a favourite with families, and you can also find top quality dining in Frenchay at the White Lion, the Raj Mahal, Tumeric, La Piazza Everyday Thai and the Wok Inn.
Nearby Downend has an equally tempting selection, including Mezze @ the Green Dragon, Tikka Raaz, the Horseshoe, Tamarind and Jorna - and should you tire of all this choice, you’ll still have the countless eateries of Bristol to try and taste.
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Unit 8B Abbeywood Retail Park, Station Road, Filton, Bristol, BS34 7JL
Mill Lane, Bristol Road, Hambrook, Bristol, BS16 1RY
6-10 Frome Valley Road, Bristol, BS16 1HD
Frenchay Common House, Bristol, BS16 1LZ
EducationIt is hoped that the new development will eventually boast its own, purpose built primary school for the younger children from up to 450 new homes. Until then, you can choose from a selection of OFSTED ‘good’ rated primary schools in the local area, including Frenchay CofE Primary, Begbrook Primary, Frome Valley Primary Academy and Bromley Heath Infants and Juniors.
Older children can also choose from several ‘good’ rated schools, including Fairfield High, Abbeywood Community School and Downend School. Bristol also has excellent provision for independent education, with Gracefield Prep close to the development, Colston’s School, within easy reach, taking children aged 3-18 and QEH and Badminton School in the city catering for older boys and girls respectively.
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Westerleigh Road, Downend, Bristol, BS16 6XA
Frenchay C of E Primary School
Churchside, Frenchay, Bristol, BS16 1NB
University Of The West Of England
Coldharbour Lane, Bristol, BS16 1QY
Abbeywood Community School
LeisureFrenchay has a thriving local community, based around the Village Hall, with a wide range of clubs, societies and events to get involved in. You’ll also enjoy the delightful riverside walks through the woods of the Frome Valley. Frenchay Cricket Club has its own place in history, as its captain was once none other than the legendary W.G. Grace. Golfers are also well catered for locally, with both Filton and Hambrook golf courses within easy reach.
Further afield, Bristol has much to offer in the way of leisure and pleasure, with multi screen cinemas, ten pin bowling, a selection of theatres and music venues, such as the Bristol Hippodrome, two football clubs and top class rugby union all within easy reach, along with a range of fascinating and fun tourist attractions around the quayside.
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St Augustines Parade, Bristol, BS1 4UZ
Bristol Rovers Football Club
Bristol County Ground, Nevil Road, Bristol, BS7 9EJ
The Venue, Cribbs Causeway, Merlin Road, Bristol, BS10 7SR
ShoppingFrenchay has a strong sense of local community, with lots of local shops and stores to serve your every need. Further afield, you’ll find Bristol is made for retail therapy, with a mix of modern town centre shopping malls, out of town shopping centres and a fascinating selection of unusual independent shops around the historic harbour.
Check out Cribbs Causeway, with over 130 stores to choose from along with your favourite chain restaurants and leisure facilties, head for the city for the 120 stores of Cabot Circus and an extensive pedestrianised shopping area, or stay closer to home with Abbey Wood Retail Park, just across the motorway in Filton.
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Abbeywood Retail Park, Filton, Bristol, BS34 7JL
Merlin Road, Bristol, BS34 5DG
Estategate Retail Centre
Eastgate Road, Bristol, BS5 6XX
Fox Dean Road, Stoke Gifford, Bristol, BS34 8SS
TransportFrenchay Gardens is just half a mile from J1 of the M32 link road into Bristol, with the city centre just 6miles away. The M4 is just one junction up in the other direction offering links across the South of England and South Wales. Newport is 27miles and Cardiff is around 40miles, with Bath 18miles, Swindon 36miles and Gloucester 35miles.
Trains from nearby Bristol Parkway will speed you into town in just 12 minutes, and also offer direct services to London in 1½hrs, and Exeter and Birmingham both in just over an hour. There are over a thousand parking spaces at this popular commuter station so you can park and ride without worrying about city congestion.
Bristol Airport offers both UK and international flights and is just 14miles away the other side of Bristol.
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Bristol, BS48 3DY
Bristol Parkway Train Station
Bristol, BS34 8PU
Filton Abbeywood Train Station
Station Road, Bristol, BS34 7JW
Frenchay Bus Interchange
Coldharbour Lane, Bristol, BS16 1QY
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Help to Buy
With the Government backed Help to Buy scheme you can move in to a new Redrow home with as little as a 5% deposit.
The 'Help to Buy: Equity Loan' is available to first-time buyers as well as existing homeowners and works in the following way:
Help to Buy: Equity Loan
- Only available on new build homes.
- The Government will lend you up to 20% of the value of your new property through an equity loan which is interest free for 5 years
- This means that only a 75% mortgage will need to be secured from a bank or building society.
- In England, this scheme is available on house purchases up to the value of £600,000.
Whether you can picture your perfect home or keeping your options open – searching for a new home is an exciting time. Why not sign in or join My Redrow to book an appointment online, or speak with one of our friendly sales consultants to discuss your requirements today!
Help to Buy is a Government backed initiative in partnership with housebuilders. Help to Buy cannot be used in conjunction with any other scheme. It is highly advised, for a swift, smooth transaction that an IFA/Solicitor advised by Redrow Homes is used. Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other Redrow offer. Help to Buy is only available within England. Subject to availability, on selected plots only
Help to Sell
From old to new in 4 easy steps – and help towards estate agents' fees
What is Help to Sell?
Help to Sell is a great way to make moving home simpler. It enables you to buy a brand new Redrow home, while we take care of selling your current property for you; even helping out with a contribution towards your estate agent's fees. With Help to Sell, we'll arrange the valuations, appoint an estate agent to conduct your home's marketing activity and take the paperwork off your hands too.
Who is it for?
For all homeowners looking for a hassle free way to sell their home. Unlike Part Exchange, Help to Sell covers any home, whether it's a flat, maisonette or ex-council house, whatever the value relative to the price of your new Redrow home. So whether you want to move up, downsize or even step sideways, Help to Sell could be the best move you could make.
How does it work?
Help to Sell helps you move into your brand new Redrow home in four simple steps:
Step 1 - Choose your new Redrow home
Step 2 - We’ll agree a valuation and marketing plan for your existing property
Step 3 - We will work with the estate agent to achieve a quick sale and contribute towards your fees
Step 4 - Reserve and move into your new Redrow home
What should I do next?
For an easier way to move, talk to a Redrow Sales Consultant today about how Help to Sell can help get you moving.
The contribution towards *estate agent's' fees will vary depending on the property being purchased. Please liaise with our Sales Consultants for full details. Please note, if having sold your property through Help to Sell, you decide for any reason you no longer wish to proceed with the purchase of the Redrow home, then you become responsible for the estate agent's fees and costs. If a customer completes on their related sale prior to the completion of their Redrow home they must pay the estate agent fees in full and the Redrow fee contribution will be reimbursed upon legal completion. Subject to build stage.
Mortgage CalculatorThere are many different kinds of mortgages. And many different kinds of mortgage provider. From traditional banks and building societies to the new generation specialist lenders. With so much choice available, you’d do well to ask a mortgage specialist. Which is where we come in.
We work with specially selected mortgage specialists who can help find the mortgage deal that’s best for you. And the best thing is, you hardly have to lift a finger. Just fill in your details below and let our mortgage calculator do the maths.
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In these days of low interest rates and a volatile stock market, Buy to Let can appear to be an attractive income investment especially over the medium term (5-10 years). Based on the predicted rental values, a yield of up to 5.5% is possible. Proving that an investment in a new Redrow home could provide you with a far better yield than savings sat in your bank.
Properties with instant appeal
We design all our properties so that the first question a tenant asks is 'When can I move in?'. Bright, spacious and well planned with open plan living areas and immaculately specified kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms. They’ll love the energy bills too, thanks to the environmental efficiency of the property.
Location, location, location
The key to success in Buy To Let is having a desirable property in a desirable area. At Redrow we work hard to ensure all our developments are located in sought-after settings. Properties with real rental appeal, with proximity to shops and amenities, good transport links and good schools.
Timeless quality for an easy life
Whether you’re a landlord or a tenant, we all want an easy life. And with every Redrow homes being 100% new, there’s next to no maintenance required.
BUY TO LET CHECKLIST
Minimum deposit is typically 20% for a house, 30% for an apartment
No minimum income
Don’t have to be a home owner
Average formula = rental must be 125% mortgage payment