There is a variety of properties available in Eastville Bristol, including Victorian terraces, 1930s homes, and new-build constructions. Properties in Eastville had an overall average price of £335,184 in 2022. The majority of sales in Eastville were terraced properties, selling for an average price of £353,682. Flats sold for an average of £204,674, with semi-detached properties fetching £390,744.
Overall, sold prices in Eastville Bristol over the last year were 4% up on the previous year and 22% up on the 2019 peak of £274,292. Easton has been transformed into one of the world’s coolest neighbourhoods. Given that Easton’s housing prices have increased significantly, it is now seen as a leading example of Bristol’s gentrification.
The centre of the neighbourhood continues to be places like the nonprofit Saint Marks Community Cafe and long-standing establishments like Bristol SweetMart or Pak Butchers, but there have been a lot of newer additions as well.
‘Ethical’ food stores, a restaurant that feels like entering a beautiful garden, and a well-known bakery that serves Bristol’s greatest cinnamon swirls have all opened in the neighbourhood.
The M32 freeway and the River Frome encircle it on the west.