St Matthias, Fishponds

Set in the popular area of Fishponds, we're pleased to offer shared ownership homes at St Matthias. The homes are surrounded by lots of open space and are in walking distance of Fishponds high street which offers a range of shops, pubs and cafes.

We have eight homes left to sell at St Matthias, details of which will be available soon. Register your interest in these homes today by contacting us on 01454 821666 or filling out the form on this page.

The properties form part of a bigger development to bring around 200 new homes to the area. On your doorstep you will find the vast estate of Oldbury Court, with its beautiful woodland and riverside paths, it’s perfect for walkers. Featuring big green open space and picnic areas it’s also great for family days out.

Developed by Barrett Homes, the site is less than four miles away from Bristol City Centre and offers plenty to do and see. There are also many well-known bars, restaurants and shops to enjoy. With easy access to Bristol Temple Meads, the M32 and links to the M4/M5 motorway commuting should be that little bit simpler.

How to register your interest

Call Sami in our sales team on 01454 821666, fill out the form on this page or email sales@merlinhs.co.uk to register your interest in these homes.

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