House Prices in Bristol

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Updated:
4 Jan 23
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Bristol Introduction

Bristol is an exciting and vibrant city in the United Kingdom. It is an attractive location for investors in residential and commercial properties due to its prosperous economy, low crime rates and good transport links. The housing market in Bristol has grown in recent years as more people move to the city in search of work, education and leisure activities. One of the main benefits to investing in Bristol is that its property prices remain stable despite wider fluctuations in the UK housing market. Bristol is home to a wide variety of housing, from modern city centre apartments to state-of-the-art new-builds and period homes in historic locations. The city has a variety of rental opportunities, with plenty of affordable modern studio apartments, spacious family homes and luxury development on offer. In short, if you are looking for a reliable and profitable property investment, then Bristol is worth considering.

Bristol Quick Facts

Based on 8,871 registered sales in 2022, the median house price in Bristol is £335,000 and the average price is £386,722.

In Bristol during 2022 there have been 8,871 sales, including 3,039 terraced houses, 1,291 detached houses, 2,195 semi detached houses, 2,061 flats/maisonettes and 285 other properties.

Are House Prices Rising or Falling in Bristol?

Looking to see the most recent changes in prices in Bristol? We have a full page dedicated to the last 12 months changes for all property types.

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How does Bristol compare to the rest of the country?

We track 1157 towns and cities in England and Wales. In 2022 Bristol was ranked 410 in England and Wales when comparing median property prices.

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Bristol Yearly Data in Charts

What is the average price per property in this area?

What is the number of properties sold in this location per year.

What are the type of properties sold

What is the number of new builds sold.

Are the properties sold leasehold or freehold.

What is the Most Expensive Property in Bristol?

Want to find out the most expensive flat or semi in Bristol? We list the most expensive properties by classification.

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Bristol Property Types sold in the last year

These are the proportion of proerties sold in the last year, note this is not the proportion of properties in the area, but the proportion of properties you would reasonably expected to find on the market at this present time.

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South West House Price Information

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South West House Price Data

Bristol Postcode Sectors

All known postcode sectors in Bristol and their 2022 average prices

Sector Year Sales Average Change Median Change
BS20 7 2022 181 £438,893 12.7% £373,000 3.6%
BS16 7 2022 170 £362,500 13.5% £360,000 20%
BS6 6 2022 127 £560,591 13.5% £427,000 8.5%
BS7 9 2022 147 £443,509 11.5% £398,500 8.4%
BS4 4 2022 154 £317,333 16.6% £312,500 17.6%
BS7 0 2022 139 £348,312 9.6% £350,000 8.4%
BS16 1 2022 117 £367,283 -0% £340,000 7.1%
BS5 6 2022 141 £340,393 4.3% £342,500 2.9%
BS5 7 2022 129 £302,867 10.9% £300,000 8.7%
BS15 1 2022 129 £267,051 4.3% £271,000 8.4%
BS32 0 2022 84 £341,605 14.3% £320,500 12.5%
BS8 4 2022 130 £544,692 8.2% £452,500 4%
BS4 3 2022 131 £367,688 14.6% £378,000 14.5%
BS5 8 2022 134 £308,194 9.3% £308,000 10%
BS6 5 2022 115 £508,769 10% £400,000 6.5%
BS32 8 2022 82 £361,962 12.2% £340,000 12.8%
BS3 1 2022 100 £449,414 7.6% £417,300 4.9%
BS3 4 2022 113 £393,974 14.4% £422,000 20.6%
BS7 8 2022 102 £599,864 14.7% £583,500 11.1%
BS34 5 2022 120 £271,992 16.4% £264,750 12.7%
BS16 5 2022 125 £340,632 11.9% £342,500 11.8%
BS3 3 2022 112 £384,404 15.3% £406,500 16.5%
BS6 7 2022 85 £654,402 6.9% £675,000 10.7%
BS5 9 2022 119 £315,905 14.1% £332,600 16.7%
BS8 2 2022 87 £558,992 15.6% £465,000 20.8%
BS34 8 2022 89 £370,060 11.6% £350,000 8.7%
BS14 9 2022 128 £320,978 11.7% £305,000 12.3%
BS4 2 2022 94 £414,973 10.5% £370,131 -0.3%
BS30 8 2022 97 £297,040 7.7% £280,000 5.3%
BS10 6 2022 107 £310,186 10.7% £308,000 16.2%
BS16 6 2022 101 £431,302 14.5% £417,000 12.7%
BS37 5 2022 96 £290,218 7.8% £280,000 13.4%
BS20 6 2022 113 £378,864 2.5% £370,000 5.7%
BS37 4 2022 102 £287,615 12.8% £273,250 12.2%
BS15 4 2022 96 £288,558 17.1% £288,500 15.4%
BS16 2 2022 121 £344,512 1.4% £337,000 2.1%
BS32 9 2022 66 £327,495 10.6% £301,250 15.9%
BS31 2 2022 107 £356,683 0.8% £305,750 -8.3%
BS49 4 2022 89 £392,810 10.5% £349,000 7.4%
BS14 0 2022 116 £302,539 29.5% £297,500 31.1%
BS16 3 2022 103 £278,188 7.2% £286,000 5.1%
BS9 1 2022 91 £712,292 12.5% £620,000 19%
BS31 1 2022 93 £381,364 13% £345,000 3.8%
BS9 4 2022 86 £614,322 11.6% £598,750 10.1%
BS48 2 2022 100 £347,392 5.5% £325,000 4.8%
BS37 7 2022 74 £375,049 3.1% £360,000 4.1%
BS9 3 2022 70 £696,182 27.1% £677,500 35.5%
BS16 4 2022 113 £282,411 6.6% £290,000 10.7%
BS1 6 2022 77 £377,812 -2.8% £350,000 0%
BS36 2 2022 86 £415,599 -0.1% £411,050 11.1%
BS13 7 2022 93 £307,100 5.2% £310,000 7.5%
BS16 9 2022 99 £332,634 15.6% £316,500 17.2%
BS15 3 2022 48 £329,493 -3.8% £322,500 -2.3%
BS3 5 2022 98 £377,689 19.5% £367,275 14.8%
BS8 3 2022 89 £777,325 1.4% £545,000 4.3%
BS37 6 2022 90 £410,440 13.1% £377,500 12.5%
BS30 9 2022 87 £348,843 1.6% £327,500 2.3%
BS15 8 2022 91 £264,519 -0.5% £275,000 3.8%
BS11 9 2022 82 £262,148 1.9% £274,160 8.4%
BS20 8 2022 86 £526,749 7.9% £500,000 11.1%
BS35 1 2022 91 £415,377 16.6% £350,000 7.7%
BS15 9 2022 88 £316,623 14.4% £296,000 9.6%
BS37 8 2022 54 £268,602 7.9% £271,500 14.1%
BS4 1 2022 78 £260,215 12.3% £263,000 16.9%
BS3 2 2022 76 £437,797 26.4% £432,500 39.5%
BS34 7 2022 66 £321,860 12.7% £335,500 16.7%
BS10 7 2022 73 £315,116 -1% £290,000 3.6%
BS11 0 2022 69 £263,620 6.1% £260,000 10.1%
BS10 5 2022 58 £318,623 2.3% £297,500 8.2%
BS39 7 2022 62 £282,148 5.1% £275,000 6.3%
BS14 8 2022 80 £279,820 8.6% £285,000 14%
BS35 2 2022 64 £324,097 3.9% £316,500 -1.1%
BS5 0 2022 57 £287,185 4.1% £280,000 -4.3%
BS9 2 2022 71 £526,702 7.9% £435,000 14.5%
BS41 9 2022 41 £636,586 20.2% £615,000 24.2%
BS48 1 2022 55 £391,129 -8.2% £285,000 -22.7%
BS35 4 2022 42 £367,070 20.8% £290,000 8.9%
BS8 1 2022 41 £446,433 1.5% £370,000 5.3%
BS34 6 2022 57 £333,546 13.3% £325,000 13.6%
BS2 8 2022 56 £328,447 0.1% £286,125 27.7%
BS13 8 2022 75 £289,288 4.7% £265,000 -3.6%
BS1 5 2022 25 £363,842 -2.2% £321,000 0.3%
BS36 1 2022 55 £439,302 6.9% £387,500 -0.3%
BS2 9 2022 51 £347,379 0.9% £365,000 3.5%
BS48 3 2022 46 £610,510 11.1% £593,000 14.6%
BS20 0 2022 44 £382,569 4.4% £377,500 19.8%
BS2 0 2022 34 £251,390 6.8% £245,000 8.9%
BS40 5 2022 34 £666,622 50.9% £480,000 21.5%
BS30 5 2022 38 £440,961 10.3% £401,250 23.5%
BS48 4 2022 45 £535,311 18.6% £465,000 8.8%
BS30 7 2022 30 £320,295 13.8% £320,000 14.3%
BS39 5 2022 26 £451,558 8.9% £447,500 19.3%
BS4 5 2022 28 £315,598 4.9% £308,625 7.9%
BS32 4 2022 23 £553,725 4.5% £440,000 -15%
BS30 6 2022 27 £418,952 0.1% £398,000 2.1%
BS31 3 2022 25 £533,200 3.6% £482,000 2%
BS49 5 2022 31 £414,240 8.8% £415,000 12.7%
BS35 3 2022 37 £523,931 22.1% £455,000 13.8%
BS39 6 2022 23 £348,450 -14.1% £320,000 -14.4%
BS40 8 2022 19 £698,900 14.1% £680,000 30.8%
BS13 9 2022 46 £237,087 10.3% £249,500 12.9%
BS13 0 2022 43 £245,513 20.2% £250,000 19%
BS1 3 2022 13 £253,038 -0.2% £245,000 -3.9%
BS39 4 2022 15 £606,366 7.5% £545,000 3.8%
BS40 6 2022 13 £752,885 14.5% £792,500 39.4%
BS1 4 2022 26 £304,769 -28.3% £238,750 -29%
BS40 7 2022 12 £602,750 5.4% £547,500 20.3%
BS1 1 2022 13 £199,692 5.1% £185,000 -5.6%
BS40 9 2022 12 £405,458 9.2% £442,500 16.8%
BS1 2 2022 8 £485,688 29.4% £271,500 -23.8%
BS41 8 2022 5 £717,000 25.7% £705,000 41.7%
BS35 5 2022 5 £614,200 25.3% £620,000 29.2%
BS37 9 2022 2 £580,000 -3.7% £580,000 -5.7%
BS11 8 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
BS34 4 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
BS15 6 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
BS12 5 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
BS17 3 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
BS18 6 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
BS19 5 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
BS20 9 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
BS12 2 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
BS15 2 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
BS15 5 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
BS17 4 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
BS17 5 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
BS19 3 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%

2022 Bristol Property Price Distribution

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