March 21st, 2010 Categories: Northwest Pensacola
This article provides a Pensacola real estate market report on the Bristol Park / Bristol Creek subdivision. Note that the original phase of this subdivision was called Bristol Park. The subsequent phase became Bristol Creek. Both Bristol Park and Bristol Creek are basically the same subdivision.
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Here is the updated 2011 sales data for Bristol Park and Bristol Creek
|Listing Category||Lowest Price||Highest Price||Average Price||Avg Price/Sqft|
Sold Property Analysis
|Address||List Price||Sold Price||DOM||% Chg||%SP/OLP||SP/Sqft|
|2008 JASON DR||$121,500||$116,000||81||4.5%||85.93%||$73.65|
|2711 WOODBREEZE DR||$159,900||$147,000||110||8.1%||84.05%||$66.10|
|2023 JOSHUA DR||$169,000||$163,000||191||3.6%||88.11%||$71.15|
|1928 JOSHUA DR||$179,900||$165,000||155||8.3%||89.24%||$55.15|
|9747 HARLINGTON ST||$196,042||$196,042||0||0.0%||100.00%||$82.37|
|.||Sta||Street Address||Bed||Baths||SqFt||Year Built||L Price||S Price||Sold Date||DOM|
|1||S||2008 JASON DR||3||2||1,575||1998||$121,500||$116,000||03/18/2011||81|
|2||S||2711 WOODBREEZE DR||4||2||2,224||1989||$159,900||$147,000||05/16/2011||110|
|3||S||2023 JOSHUA DR||4||2||2,291||2001||$169,000||$163,000||11/18/2011||191|
|4||S||1928 JOSHUA DR||3||2||2,992||1996||$179,900||$165,000||08/31/2011||155|
|5||S||9747 HARLINGTON ST||4||3||2,380||2011||$196,042||$196,042||07/29/2011||0|
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Bristol Park is located in NorthWest Pensacola. The subdivision is accessible from Jacks Branch Road (County Road 97) just west of County Road 297A.
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Bristol Park has a lot of advantages. It is a fairly large subdivision, which is great for walking and bike riding. The look of the homes varies, unlike many neighborhoods where it is obvious that one builder built all the houses. The majority of the subdivision has sidewalks.
While there is not a mandatory home owners association membership, all the homes and yards are very well kept. Bristol Park is also within just a few minutes of Interstate 10, which allows for short travel times to the most popular areas of Pensacola.
Bristol Park still has a few vacant lots on which new homes can be built. These lots are owned by Adams Homes and they are ready and willing to build.
Below you can find summary information on Bristol Park.
Escambia County School Districts for Bristol Park Subdivision:
Elementary: Pine Meadow
Middle: Woodham or Ransom
Homes in Bristol Park generally fall into the following categories:
Years Homes Built: 1989-2009
Number of Homes in Subdivision: 250 (approximate)
Construction: Contemporary style
Average Square Footage: 2200
Bedrooms: 3 to 4
Bathrooms: 2 to 3
Garages: Mostly 2 Car
Lot Sizes: .20-.60 acres typically
Homeowners Association: Voluntary
Approximate travel times to popular Pensacola destinations:
One thing I love about Bristol Park is that it seems kind of far out of town, but its proximity to Interstate 10 makes for quick access to most areas of Pensacola.
Downtown Pensacola: 20-25 Minutes
Cordova Mall / Pensacola Airport / Pensacola Junior College: 20-25 minutes
Interstate 10: 5 Minutes
Pensacola Beach : 30-35 minutes
Perdido Key Florida: 40-45 minutes
University Of West Florida: 15 minutes
Pensacola Naval Air Station (NAS) (Home of the Blue Angels): 30-35 minutes
Saufley Field Naval Base: 15 minutes
Corry Field Naval Base: 25 minutes
The table shows Pensacola Real Estate data for Bristol Park subdivision. The numbers in the table are created using data from the Pensacola MLS and are deemed reliable but not guaranteed. These numbers do not include sales by Pensacola FSBOs.
Notice in the table that even though the average price of homes sold in 2009 was higher than 2008, the average price per square foot was down about $2. The average price increase was just the result of several higher dollar homes that sold in Bristol Park in 2009. 2008 was a dismal year in Bristol from a Days On Market standpoint. But that appears to be improving.