Those lucky enough to buy one of the last remaining properties at the award-winning development will not only own a property in what has been described as the best place to live in Britain but the inclusion of a £20,000 package, which can be used in a myriad of ways, should act as a very welcome house warmer.
Whether it’s taking £20,000 off the asking price or putting it towards furnishings and fittings, the team at Crest Nicholson is now looking forward to showing people around the remaining nine, three-bedroom apartments.
Overlooking the floating harbour and affording views like no other development in the West, Harbourside has many attributes that has made it a popular choice for many people.
Parking is guaranteed for all remaining properties so those needing access to a car can rest assured there will be an allocated space for their vehicle.
With the development being so close to the city centre, anyone working in the heart of Bristol will be able to walk to work or catch the water taxi which has a designated stop in the harbour inlet which is next the development.
Temple Meads railway station is about 20 minute walk away while buses regularly stop along Anchor Road which runs adjacent to the development.
With a host of restaurants, theatres, bars, galleries and other city-centre attractions right on the doorstep makes for an attractive proposition for those wanting a fulfilling lifestyle.
Susan Young, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson said: “Harbourside ticks a lot of boxes for many people. But it’s not just young couples and city slickers that have found Harbourside attractive but a lot of people looking to downsize from the traditional family home.
“The availability of this final incentive is a great way to sign off what has been an unprecedented success for the city of Bristol.
“We’re immensely proud to have transformed what was a derelict eye sore into an aspiring place to live, work and relax and as we draw to a close our time here to offer £20,000 to potential buyers is a nice way to cap things off.
“The fact that properties at Harbourside benefit from having allocated parking is attracting people to move from other parts of Bristol so I suppose we could say there are 20,001 additional reasons to consider moving here.
“Harbourside has been an unqualified success and there isn’t going to be anything like it ever again so people really do need to get on board now if they don’t want to miss the boat.
“The whole area has been re-invented and shaped to an entirely different purpose - with homes, bars and restaurants instead of wharves, warehouses and sheds.”
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.