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Bristol house hunters prepare for an immediate occupation

8th April 2013 Print
Crest Nicholson show apartments

A selection of properties at Bristol’s leading property development are available for immediate occupation.

It means house hunters looking to move now will be able to get hold of the keys to a new pad right in the heart of Bristol’s city-centre sooner than they think.

Ready for those wanting to move in by May, news on the availability comes from Crest Nicholson’s Harbourside development where a number of properties on the Invicta phase are free for purchasers to snap up with immediate effect.

But those looking for a quick move will have to act fast as sales on the new phase have already surpassed 50% of the properties currently available.

With the added attractions of being right in the heart of Bristol’s vibrant city centre and close to the water of the city’s floating harbour, the sales team is expecting these properties to go quite quickly.

The fact that the properties available are brand new is also expected to appeal to those wanting low running costs, especially after the recent cold snap that swept across the country.

Current availability includes a selection of one, two, and three-bedroom apartments, ideal for a range of purchaser from first time buyers, down-sizers, professional couples and investors.

Susan Young, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson said: “Invicta has proved to be very popular with those looking for a new place to live in the heart of Bristol. This demand has resulted in the build programme accelerating and means we have a number of properties available to move into now.

“This is great news for anyone wanting a quick move and who wants all the convenience of city centre living. Whether it’s to move into something a little more manageable, to be near work or to just have a change, Harbourside ticks a lot of boxes.”

The development’s attractiveness is strengthened by the fact that it’s a short walk from Park Street and Queen Square and those wanting to get to Temple Meads can hop on the water ferry which has a stop outside the development.

There are also numerous restaurants, bars and galleries close by which all add to the varied and mixed nature of the development.

Susan added: “Bristol is renowned for its creativeness and there is always loads going on throughout the year especially in the city centre. Just think how exciting it would be to step out of your new home and enjoy the sites and sounds of this fantastic city all of which is right on the doorstep of the development.

“When you put all the advantages together it’s easy to see why Harbourside and more recently Invicta has sold well.”

For those wanting to see a bit more can visit the development and look around the two new show apartments. Featuring the latest colours, fabrics and furniture they will help provide inspiration for property purchasers looking to decorate their new home.

Prices at Invicta, the latest phase of the Harbourside development, start at £164,950.

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