The launch of the final ever phase at Crest Nicholson’s Harbourside has gone down a storm with house hunters keen to secure one of the last ever properties at the iconic water side development with six properties already snapped up.
Comprising 62 properties the final phase forms part of Invicta which has proved extremely popular since its launch in 2012.
Completing the historic Brunel Mile, this milestone section of the development includes properties that form the prow of the building which overlook the water and have some of the best views of the ss Great Britain.
Those interested in buying at the development are now being advised to act sooner rather than later and with the Help to Buy scheme also available at the development it makes the remaining properties even more attractive to potential buyers.
New Show Apartment
Those wanting to get a better idea on the build quality and high-end spec of the properties available will be interested to know that a brand new show apartment has also opened its doors.
It means they can get a true feel for the lifestyle many people are now enjoying at what has been described as Bristol’s best-selling property development.
Susan Young, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson said: “We’re delighted with the response to this final section of Harbourside.
“Given that this is the very last chance for house hunters to secure a property at the development our advice is to make sure they pay the sales team a visit now.
“The show apartment really showcases why Harbourside has proved to be so popular. With views out across the roof tops of Bristol and historic floating harbour, it’s the perfect stage to demonstrate what life could be like for those who decide to make Harbourside their home.”
Harbourside’s attractiveness is strengthened by the fact that it’s a short walk from Park Street and Queen Square and those wanting to get to Temple Meads can hop on the water ferry which has a stop outside the development.
There are also numerous restaurants, bars and galleries close by which all adds to the varied and mixed nature of the development.
Reflecting the changing needs of the city, Harbourside has helped alter Bristol’s image from a world renowned working port to a place which is still known across the globe for more creative reasons.
The development has also attracted some of the country’s best known financial institutions and proves the city’s attractiveness to corporate power houses.
Susan added: “For many living so close to the historic floating harbour and the city-centre is all about a lifestyle choice. To have all you need right on the doorstep ticks a lot of boxes for many people and we’re pleased to have been part of something that will be enjoyed by future generations for years to come.”
Located on Canons Way just off Anchor Road, Invicta is spread over five floors and the new marketing suite is open every day from 10am to 5pm.