Recovery ignites final dash for properties at Bristol's Harbourside
House hunters in Bristol are being steered toward the final few apartments at the city’s Harbourside development – before it’s too late!
Developed by Crest Nicholson Regeneration house hunters wanting to grab their bit of the good life on the city’s favourite waterside development will have to hurry where final availability includes a number of spacious three-bedroom apartments.
Demand for the final properties is also set to increase following reports that Bristol has been voted as the best city in the UK to live in.
Boasting views of the floating harbour and within a stone’s throw of the city-centre, these final properties, which are in the Invicta phase, are unlike anything else in the whole of Bristol.
Sales and marketing director Susan Young said the trailblazing scheme had turned the city centre’s geography on its head and those wanting to enjoy all that waterside living has to offer will need to act sooner rather than later.
She said: “Harbourside has been an unqualified success and is attracting even more attention now the recovery is picking up speed.”
But with demand for new homes in the city reaching unprecedented levels, house hunters are being urged to make their move while they still can.
Susan added: “People would be surprised at the rate these last apartments at Invicta are going. There isn’t going to be anything like them in this particular area of the city ever again so people really do need to get on board now if they don’t want to miss the boat.
“The project has transformed Bristol’s once derelict docklands into one of the most sought after addresses in the city and has re-defined how people think about – and use – the city centre.
“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.”
Smooth Move to Waterside Living
Fortunately those who want to secure one of these final properties before they are all snapped up can make the use of Crest’s ‘Smooth Move’ package.
Smooth Move works where the Crest Nicholson team will help sell the property of those who reserve a brand new property at the development.
Crest will then arrange everything from getting the current home valued to arranging viewings and will even pay the estate agents fee.
Susan said: “Our smooth move package helps remove the stress of moving house and is designed to get people into their new home with the minimum of fuss.
“This particular phase of Harbourside incorporates a pedestrian link called Millennium Promenade that runs from the Millennium Square to the Harbour Inlet where boating enthusiasts moor their boats.
“Completing the Brunel Mile the chance to live in an area of historical significance really is one not to be missed.”
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.