Located in the Invicta phase, the two properties include one three-bedroom and one two-bedroom apartment and form part of the ‘prow’ of Invicta – the last phase at Crest Nicholson’s Harbourside development.
Opening on 13 December both show apartments showcase the high end specification of all properties available at the development.
Taking in views out across the water, ss Great Britain and replica of the Matthew, they are expected to attract a lot of interest from house hunters who have been waiting for this very final section of the development to come onto the market which heralds a milestone in the redevelopment of the city’s iconic floating harbour and completion of the Brunel Mile.
The sales team is now getting ready for a surge of interest from house hunters who have been waiting for the release of these properties.
Susan Young, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson said: “Ever since we released images of Invicta, which shows properties overlooking the harbour inlet, house hunters 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 the new show apartments first hand.
“Those who are lucky enough to secure one of the remaining apartments will then be able to enjoy all the trappings of living in one of Bristol’s most sought after locations and live in a part of the city that has historical significance.
“Both new show apartments are absolutely stunning and have been designed to highlight some of the latest interior design trends which should give buyers some great ideas as to how they can decorate their own homes here at Harbourside.”
Comprising 170 one, two and three-bedroom high-end apartments plus a number of one-bedroom studios, Invicta is spread over five floors and the variety of different styles and property sizes has proved popular with a range of buyers.
Susan added: “Harbourside is located right in the heart of Bristol city-centre. This has acted as a big draw for those wanting to be right in the heart of the capital of the West Country. Being within easy walking distance to the city centre is ideal for those who work nearby.
“The added attraction of being located next to the water has also proved popular and as the area has matured with more and more people moving in, so to has the sense of community.
“These are just some of the reasons why Harbourside has proved so popular to those looking for a city centre location and is why anyone who’s thinking about moving here need to get in touch now.”
The Governement’s Help to Buy scheme is also available at the development.
Located on Canons Way just off Anchor Road, Invicta is spread over five floors and the marketing suite is open every day from 10am to 5pm.