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Invicta presents best views in Bristol

19th September 2013 Print

House hunters in Bristol who want to find a new property that boasts arguably the best views of the city’s historic floating harbour are being advised to visit Crest Nicholson’s Harbourside development.

Once there house hunters will see for themselves the reasons why the award-winning development has attracted so much interest from those wanting to live next to the water including the views which take in Brunel’s ss Great Britain and replica of The Matthew.

With the development facing south all the properties get plenty of natural light and it’s a great place to watch the daily hustle and bustle as people go about their everyday business.

The continued feedback from buyers is that no other development in the region can boast as good an aspect as Harbourside, added to which the high-end spec of the properties, city-centre location and waterside views all contribute to the development’s success.

Many people have moved to the development to make changes in their lifestyle, helping them manage a stressful working life more effectively. Others have moved to the development just for a change of scene and are loving their new way of life.

And those thinking of buying a property at the development will be hard pushed to find anything comparable in terms of size across the whole of Bristol.

Susan Young, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson said: “Harbourside really does offer the best of both worlds; with spectacular views of the waterfront and the countryside while remaining in the heart of Bristol’s city centre and close to all its amenities.

“No other development in Bristol can offer both the views and prime location. For those wanting to live on the water, this is the perfect development and the property sizes are fantastic for a range of buyer.”

Last Chance Saloon

The latest release of properties are part of the last ever phase to be available at the development. Comprising 62 properties it forms part of the Invicta phase which has proved extremely popular since its launch last year.

Completing the historic Brunel Mile this last section of the development includes properties that forms the prow of the building which overlook the water and have some of the best views of Brunel’s famous ship.

Susan added: “The launch of the very last phase of Harbourside really is a milestone in the history of the area. With some stunning waterside properties on offer we’re expecting a real surge of interest. The interest is expected to be fuelled further by the style and range of properties, their location and high spec finish.

“Given that this is the very last chance for house hunters to secure a property at the development our advice is to make sure they pay the sales team a visit now.”

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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