Five cheapest places to purchase property in Bristol

5. Clevedon

The seaside town of Clevedon is one of the towns under the unitary authority of North Somerset. Approximately 22,000 people are living in Clevedon. This town is located along the Severn Estuary where it lies between small hills such as Wain’s Hill, Hangstone Hill, Castle Hill, Dial Hill, Strawberry Hill, and Church Hill. It is on Court Hill, where there is some measure of scientific interest because it is overlaid Pleistocene deposits. On Wain’s Hill again there are the remains of an Iron Age hill fort. Mention is made of this region in the Domesday Book of 1086. Properties can sell quickly for as much as £90,000.

4. Somerset

In South West England you will find Somerset which is surrounded by Devon, Dorset, Wiltshire, Bristol and Gloucestershire. It is lying alongside the Severn Estuary and the Bristol Channel. This entire region is mostly made up of rolling hills and rural county. Some of the well-known hills in the region is Quantock Hills, Mendip Hills, and Blackdown Hills and there is also the Exmoor National Park. Some evidence has been discovered about the presence of humans going back to the Paleolithic times. There are also evidence of people out the other periods such as Romans, Anglo-Saxons and the Celts. Properties will sell for approximately £80,000.

3. Radstock

In Somerset you will find the town of Radstock surrounded by places such as Bristol, Wells, Trowbridge, Frome and Bath. You will find Radstock on the northern slope of the Mendip Hills very close to the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is administer by the authorities of Bath and North East Somerset. Approximately 6000 people are living here. Radstock has been a separate parish and has been electing its own town councils since 2011. Properties in this town can cost approximately £79,000.

2. Yate

The town of Yate is located in South Gloucestershire. Close by are the towns of Bath and Bristol city centre. It is also very close to Cotswold Hills. People enjoy the benefit of railway transport. Serious development came to the small village of Yate in the 1950s and it gradually developed into a full-blown town where approximately 35,000 people reside. The first time Yate is mention is in A.D. 770 and the reference is made to a religious house. Yate is also mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086. Yate comes from the old English word giete or gete which refers to a gateway into a forest area. Apartments can cost approximately £78,000.

1. Bath

The largest city in the county of Somerset is Bath. This name is because of the existence of Roman-built baths scattered across the city. Approximately 90,000 people are living in this city which is located in the valley of the River Avon very close to Bristol and less than hundred miles from London. Bath has been a world heritage site since 1987 and in 2021 it has become known as one of the great spa towns of Europe. Apartments can be obtained for as little as £70,000.