Article image Crest Nicholson’s highly anticipated redevelopment of Electricity House, in the heart of Bristol, will launch to the public this spring.

The award-winning housebuilder has undertaken a comprehensive refurbishment of the iconic Grade II listed Portland Stone building, which was designed by renowned architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott – creator of Battersea Power Station, the Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool and the quintessential red telephone box.

This unique redevelopment will see the striking city centre building restored to its former glory, reinstating and enhancing the building’s celebrated art deco past.  Many of the original 1930s features will be resurrected in the atrium and care has been taken to complement these with stylish contemporary living spaces. 

The iconic six storey building will be home to an opulent collection of 85 luxury one and two bedroom apartments, plus a selection of stunning three bedroom duplexes.  Residents will benefit from the services of an in-house concierge and secure undercroft parking.

Sandra Dixon, Sales & Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson South West, said: “We’re very excited to be launching Electricity House this spring.  Our vision has been to create a development which fuses the building’s art deco heritage with high specification contemporary design, and we can’t wait to share it with the city’s homebuyers.

“Many aspects of the development will immerse you in the historic glamour of the building, from the moment you enter the reception area and are greeted by the Concierge, to when you walk up the sympathetically designed staircase.

"The apartments themselves will be finished to the highest standards and will benefit from underfloor heating and triple glazing.  These homes are ideal for professionals seeking stylish living in a central city location. The three bedroom penthouse is particularly stunning, with its private terrace and fantastic views over the city.”

Register your interest for Electricity House at www.crestnicholson.com/electricityhouse or call 0117 244 4047 for more information.

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