Imagine if you lived at Redland Court you’d be within 5 mins walk to Redland Green School. The deadline for 2022/2023 applications to Redland Green School is 31st October 2021.
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Eco-friendly home: If you’re after a home with a high Energy Efficiency Rating then make sure Woodstock Lodge at Redland Court is top of your list. This new 3-bedroomed lateral house has a predicted EPC rating of B for both... View Article
We were delighted to be able to show teachers and Heads from Redland High School/Redmaids around Redland Court particularly seeing some of he historic features that are being restored such as the Elizabeth Cocks Library in the Old School. We... View Article
Wonderful wild flower gardens in front of the Manor House on the Redland Court deveopment – where else do you have this on your doorstep?
The Redland High School Alumni have kindly put together a carefully curated welcome pack for residents at Redland Court. Sue Phillips said, “It’s important the history of these beautiful buildings is shared with its newest residents, so they can write... View Article
We are delighted to have received such an appropriate name for our Redland Court development’s postal address. The detailed cobbled paving looks pristine and in front of the School Hall, a Grade II listed building.
Past Headmistresses and pupils from Redland High and The Redmaid’s Schools joined members of the Sturge family, RCAS and the Bristol Civic Society at the gates of Redland Court, formerly Redland High Girls’ School, to unveil a Blue Plaque to... View Article
West Villa double gates – History is restored as these historic gates, designed and constructed by Nathaniel Arthur in 1740, are back in service on the residents’ path leading to the Woodstock Road entrance.
There is a rose in the gardens of Redland Court (not in Spanish Harlem as the Ben E King song suggests) that is currently in bloom. Visible from Redland Road, this beautiful rose, the colour of a light summer Rose... View Article
The Old School library – Some of previous pupils most evocative memories are of the Elizabeth Cocks Library. Dating back to 1912, this building is now a restored 2-bedroom duplex apartment.