House hunters in Bristol wanting a smooth move to the good life are being advised to visit Crest Nicholson’s Harbourside development.
Boasting one of the best locations in the whole of the West Country and in the heart of Bristol, not only will buyers be able to enjoy all that city-centre living brings but those who act now will be able to take advantage of Crest Nicholson’s Smooth Move package.
Perfect for those who want to take out the stresses and strains normally associated with selling property, using Smooth Move will also help secure one of the last remaining properties which overlook the city’s floating harbour.
Smooth Move works where the Crest Nicholson team will help sell the home of those who reserve a brand new property at the development.
The Crest team will then arrange everything from getting the current home valued to arranging viewings and evaluations and even paying the estate agents fees.
Susan Young, Crest Nicholson sales and marketing director said: “Using Smooth Move not only helps secure a brand new property but gets people into their new home with the minimum of fuss while removing the stress of moving house.
“It’s a great way to secure the home of your dreams and makes the whole process of selling and buying so much easier.”
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.
And with only a handful of properties left to sell in the Invicta phase, those thinking about moving are being urged to act now before the opportunity to live in an area of the city which has significant historical connections passes by.
Susan added: “Harbourside has been an unqualified success and 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.”
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.