The latest phase at Crest Nicholson’s Harbourside development will be launched on 24 April.
Called Beacon House the next phase at the award-winning development will comprise 47, one, two and three-bedroom apartments.
Spread over seven floors, the variety of different styles and property sizes is expected to attract a lot of interest from property hunters looking to live next to the city’s historic floating harbour.
And those lucky enough to reserve one of the properties will not only enjoy views of the water and countryside surrounding the city but will benefit from the development’s south facing aspect.
Individually designed all the apartments are unique in their design and shape. Many feature wall to ceiling windows which allows plenty of natural light to flood the living space and also enables owners to make the most of the spectacular views.
In addition many benefit from balconies with some having private terraces from which the hustle and bustle of the waterside and views of Brunel’s ss Great Britain can be enjoyed to the maximum.
Vicky Dudbridge from selling agent King Sturge said: “With the Tiller phase having just sold out and interest in Ensign House remaining upbeat, the timing of Beacon couldn’t be better.
“Crest Nicholson was the only developer that maintained its build programme throughout the downturn and means Harbourside is one of very few developments in Bristol that not only has properties available for immediate occupation but can provide a variety of properties for different buyers.”
Located right in the heart of Bristol those living at Harbourside not only enjoy the benefits of a stunning new waterside development but all that comes with living in the city centre.
No other development in Bristol is in such a convenient location and no other development can offer properties that are located right on the waterside.
The centre is only a few minutes walk away and there are numerous restaurants and bars close by including The Living Room, Chinese restaurant Zen and Pizza Express.
There is also a designated water taxi stop right outside the development so anyone wanting to get to Temple Meads can hop on and make the pleasant journey to catch their train. Alternatively the numerous stops along the way provide a great way to commute around the city centre.
Those thinking of looking at Harbourside will be interested to know that the development achieved a Building for Life gold standard from the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE), the Government’s advisor on architecture, urban space and public space and the Home Builders Federation (HBF).
Vicky added: “We’re expecting a lot of interest in Beacon and recommend that anyone who might be interested to get in touch now or come along on the 24 April.”
Prices at Ensign House currently start from £270,000.
For further information please call 0117 908 8888 or visit www.harbourside.co.uk . Alternatively please visit the marketing suite on Cathedral Walk which is open daily from 10am to 5pm.