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Up on the roof

21st May 2013 Print

House hunters in Bristol looking for a brand new, three-bedroom apartment with roof terrace, are being advised to visit Crest Nicholson’s Harbourside development.

That’s because current availability includes a fantastic fifth-floor property that not only boasts arguably some of the best views on the current phase but a layout and design which makes it the must-have city centre pad.

Part of the ‘Invicta’ phase, it’s expected that this particular property won’t be on the market for too long and follows a succession of sales at the development which has resulted in 60 per cent of the first release being sold.

The three-bedroom property is everything you’d expect from a developer with Crest Nicholson’s reputation.

The spacious living / dining area is flooded with natural light and is a great haven for getting away from the hustle and bustle of city centre life.

The kitchen leads off the living / dining area and is packed with all the latest mod cons. A handy breakfast bar is ideal for both hectic morning breakfasts or long lazy weekend brunches.

Leading off the living / dining area is the roof terrace which opens out through French doors. Facing south west, the roof terrace really does add another dimension to the property.

Taking in the best of the sun it’s like an extension to the living / dining area and is an oasis of calm.

Also leading off the hall are the three bedrooms and main bathroom. The main bedroom is en suite and has its own balcony and French doors. There is also a built in wardrobe maximising the space.

The hall comprises a handy utility and cupboard which is great for storing household bits and pieces and again maximises the space available.

Susan Young, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson said: “This property is a one-off and anyone seriously looking for a quality, three-bedroom apartment with roof terrace in the heart of Bristol city centre needs to get in touch.

“Imagine relaxing on your very own roof terrace, enjoying the views while the sun sets in the west. With interest so high at the development, we’re not really expecting this property to be on the market for very long.”

A big draw for those moving in is the development’s proximity to the city centre. Close to Park Street and Queen Square, those needing to travel further afield can walk to Temple Meads which is about 10 minutes away.

It is also handy for those wanting to make the most of what Brsitol city centre has on offer with the numerous theatres, restaurants and bars also on the doorstep.

Susan added: “Whether they want to be near their place of work, want to live in the heart of the city with all its attractions or just want a change of scene Harbourside is a great place to live.”

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.

Prices at Invicta, the latest phase of the Harbourside development, start at £134,500.

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