Article image House hunters in Bristol wanting to move into a city-centre pad that comes fully furnished should visit Crest Nicholson’s Harbourside development.

The two-bedroom property on offer (plot 4118) is one of three show apartments being used to showcase the development to prospective buyers wanting to live close to Bristol’s thriving centre and floating harbour.

The buyer lucky enough to secure this fantastic property, which boasts spectacular views over the water and the ss GB, will also get all the furniture currently on show as part of the deal.

Designed by Bristol-based Andrew Henry Interiors, the property includes all the latest fabrics, colours, wallpaper, lights, furniture and window dressing. Add in the views of Brunel’s famous ship, this particular property has a true wow factor unlike anything else currently available in the city.

Susan Young, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson said: “This really is a sold as seen opportunity like no other. As the last two-bedroom apartment at the development, it also represents the final chance for those looking for a property of this size down by the water.

“To have everything else included makes this ready-made, city-centre pad one of Bristol’s hottest properties.

“Whoever secures it will simply be able to move in and start enjoying all the trappings of living in Bristol’s best place to live.”

Recently billed as being the best place to live in the UK, Harbourside is now regarded as the new jewel in the city’s crown, ticking all the boxes for value for money, waterside living with every modern convenience on the doorstep.

Having transformed the area known as Canon’s Marsh from a post-industrial wasteland into Bristol’s leading hipster hangout it’s not just students and twenty-somethings that are moving in to the development but an increasing number of over 50s who have traded in large suburban family homes for a smaller inner-city apartment.

Close to an assortment of new bars and restaurants, the Brunel Mile – the traffic-free cycle and pedestrian route linking the area with Temple Meads – is another factor that has added to the development’s popularity.

Susan added: “Harbourside appeals on many levels. It’s in the heart of Bristol city-centre giving easy access to all that this great city has to offer and is right next to the water which has acted as an additional incentive for those looking to move here.

“As we approach the last available properties those who are lucky enough to secure one of the remaining apartments will be able to make the most of living in one of Bristol’s most sought after locations and 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.  

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