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Sales rush at Harbourside

7th October 2013 Print

The release of the last phase at Bristol’s iconic Harbourside has caused something of a sales surge at the water side development with buyers keen to snap up the selection of one, two and three-bedroom properties currently on offer.

With 19 off plan sales already confirmed, those wanting to secure a property at the development are being advised to act now to avoid missing out on the chance to live in the heart of Bristol’s city centre.

Built by Crest Nicholson the final phase comprises 62 properties and forms part of Invicta which has proved extremely popular since it came onto the market less than a year ago.

Susan Young, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson said: “The response to this final phase has been fantastic and would advise any potential buyers to get in touch or visit the marketing suite now.

“Harbourside has many attributes that sets it apart from any other development in the city.

The high end specification of the properties, its location and last but no means least, the views, which take in the city’s historic floating harbour and ss Great Britain.

“When you put all these qualities together it comes as no surprise that interest is high.

“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.

“It’s ironic that as the latest Hollywood blockbuster ‘Rush,’ which depicts the classic 1976 formula one championship between James Hunt and Niki Lauda, hits the silver screens, we’ve had our very own race from house hunters wanting to get the property of their dreams.”

Living the lifestyle

Completing the famous Brunel Mile the development’s attractiveness is strengthened further 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 adds to the varied and mixed nature of the development.

Reflecting the changing needs of the city, Harbourside has helped alter Bristol’s image from a world renowned working port to a place which is still known across the globe for more creative reasons.

Susan added: “Harbourside has transformed what was a derelict waste land into an aspiring new quarter of the city where people can live, work and enjoy their leisure time. It reflects the changing needs of the city and has helped alter Bristol’s image from a world renowned working port to a place that is renowned for more creative reasons.”

Located on Canons Way just off Anchor Road, Invicta is spread over five floors and the marketing suite is open every day from 10am to 5pm.

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