Available at Crest Nicholson’s Harbourside, those who reserve one of the last remaining properties will be offered the chance to dress their new home with help from Andrew Henry Interiors, one of the region’s top interior design consultancies.
Tailored to individual customers, they would receive a one-to-one consultation and help on decorating their new pad with the most up-to-date fabrics, colours, wallpaper, lights, furniture and window dressing.
It means that by the time they move into their new city-centre home it will be completely ready for them to start enjoying the lifestyle so many people have come to enjoy at the waterside development.
Susan Young, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson said: “This package is completely flexible and can be used however the customer wants. Some might want help with choosing colours that go well with their current furniture, some might just want ideas on new light fittings.
“Whatever they decide to do, it will really help create their new property into the home of their dreams.
“Andrew Henry Interiors has helped us dress numerous show homes and apartments including some here at Harbourside. Anyone wanting an idea on the style and quality of their work can take a look here first at the development but I know they will be in good hands.”
With the development nearing completion, those thinking about buying at Harbourside will need to act quickly as only a handful of properties are left on the Invicta phase.
Strolling around the area they will not only be able to look at three stunning show apartments including a brand new three-bedroom property in the ‘prow’ of Invicta, but see why the area has become so a popular with a range of buyers.
With a wide range of cafes, restaurants, bars, theatres, shops all within walking distance it’s easy to understand how the area formerly known as Canon’s Marsh has drawn buyers wanting to benefit from a city-centre lifestyle and the buzz of living in the heart of one of the country’s most creative cities.
The Sunday Times has labelled Harbourside as ‘the place to be’ in its Best Places to Live in Britain survey and with parking also available adds to the developments attractiveness for those who need access to a car.
Susan Young, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson said: “Harbourside’s appeal is the fact that it is right in the heart of Bristol city-centre giving easy access to all that this great city has to offer. The bonus is the fact that it is right next to the water which has acted as an additional incentive for those looking to move here.
“Being able to stroll around Harbourside or just watch the hustle and bustle on the water has really appealed to buyers and is why the development has been so successful.
“To sit on the balcony watching the sun set in the west or see hot air balloons gently float overhead is something that those lucky enough to live here will never tire of.
“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.”
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.
The Governement’s Help to Buy scheme is also available at the development.
For further information please visit http://www.crestnicholson.com/harbourside/ or call 0117 908 8888.