Crews Hole, St. George
Riverside Walk is a cul-de-sac situated in the Crew's Hole area of St George, just a short journey east of Bristol City Centre. The area was once home to several factories with an active waterway to and from Bristol's docks. However, with the construction of more modern houses in the area from 1980s onwards, the area has become more residential with several protected green areas such as Troopers Hill and Conham River Park providing a pleasant setting which is not usually found so close to the city centre. Residents of this area are very close to the café's, shops and restaurants of Wyatt's View, whilst Church Road is also just a walk away. For commuters, the several areas of employment to the east of Bristol's city centre, in the Temple Quay district are within reach, as well as the companies across the St Phillips Industrial Area. Bristol Temple Meads is also a short journey which opens up other cities in commuting distance. For those who work at home, superfast broadband has been installed in the area. Being on this side of the city also allows residents ease of access out to Bath either by car, train, bus or bike – for work or leisure and to some outstanding countryside around the east and south of Bristol.