Harbourside

The properties Bristol has been waiting for

The properties many Bristol house hunters have been keenly anticipating have been released onto the market, heralding a milestone in the redevelopment of the city’s iconic floating harbour.

Affording some of the best views available anywhere in the city, those who want to live in the lap of luxury while taking in the panorama of the waterside, Brunel’s ss Great Britain and replica of the Matthew will be hard pushed to find anything else of similar quality across the South West.

Forming the prow of Invicta – the last phase at Crest Nicholson’s Harbourside development – the three-bedroom properties that are now available not only benefit from spectacular views, but a premium specification unlike anything else available in the city.

Those who are lucky enough to secure one of these luxurious three-bedroom apartments will then be able to enjoy all the trappings of living in one of Bristol’s most sought after locations while enjoying under floor heating, stone work tops in the kitchen, Villeroy and Boch sanitary ware and a double ended bath!

And for those wondering whether living in an apartment will compromise on space can rest assured they are anything but small.

Susan Young, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson said: “The arrival of these waterfront, three-bedroom properties is a landmark moment for the whole of Harbourside.

“Ever since we released images of Invicta, which shows properties overlooking the harbour inlet, house hunters wanting to secure one of these properties have constantly been in touch asking when they were going to be released.

“It seems they are the properties Bristol has been waiting for and we’ll look forward to showing off the plans and taking people round to see them first hand.”

History in the making

This final phase of Harbourside also completes the historic Brunel Mile so buyers will live in a part of the city that has historical significance.

Incorporating a pedestrian link called Millennium Promenade that runs from the Millennium Square to the Harbour Inlet it provides views of the ss Great Britain and completes Brunel’s vision for uninterrupted travel from London to the new world in America.

Susan added: “We’re immensely proud to have reached this point in the regeneration of Bristol’s old docks and Canon’s Marsh.

“Crest’s vision and determination to create an area that much better reflects the need of a modern city like Bristol has resulted in an area where people can work, live and relax. It has also put the final piece of the jigsaw into what was at the time an audacious plan for travel by arguably the greatest engineer the country has ever produced.

“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.”

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.  
 
For further information please visit http://www.crestnicholson.com/harbourside/ or call 0117 908 8888.

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