Crest Nicholson to launch new development in Bristol

Crest Nicholson is preparing to launch a modern mix of two, three, four and five bedroom homes in Stoke Gifford, South Gloucestershire, this spring. Located just a few miles from Bristol City Centre, Highbrook View will comprise 111 homes for private sale and with a variety of properties available is expected to be popular among a range of purchasers including first time buyers, growing families, and those looking to downsize.

Highbrook View will include homes from Crest Nicholson’s new range of house types, including the four bedroom Romsey. This sizeable family home benefits from a versatile, open-plan kitchen-dining area, as well as a separate bright and airy living room downstairs, providing plenty of space to relax, unwind, and entertain friends and family. Upstairs, the home boasts three spacious double bedrooms as well as an additional single bedroom, an ideal space to set up a home office, nursery, playroom, or hobby room. Whilst the main bedroom has its own en suite, the remaining bedrooms share a family bathroom. With a utility room, closet space and built in wardrobes, the Romsey also offers ample storage space throughout the home.

Claire Brimble, Sales and Marketing Director for Crest Nicholson South West, comments: “We are excited to announce the launch of our Highbrook View development, allowing Crest Nicholson to cater for the ever increasing demand for high-quality homes near Bristol, which we have already experienced at our neighbouring development, Brooklands Park.”

“We will be offering the Deposit Unlock scheme at Highbrook View on selected properties to help buyers secure their dream home. This will offer home buyers the chance to secure a 95 per cent mortgage with only a five per cent deposit. Interest is already high ahead of launch, so we urge prospective buyers to get in touch soon to register their interest and avoid disappointment. We are also due to launch two brand new show homes on site this summer, providing the perfect opportunity for potential residents to envision themselves in one of our homes.”

Situated in Stoke Gifford, only a 20 minute drive from the Bristol’s vibrant City Centre, residents will live within close proximity to wide range of great restaurants, pubs, and bars. The development is also within walking distance of a number of great schools, including St Michael’s and Bailey’s Court primary schools, and Abbeywood Community and Winterbourne Academy secondary schools. For those with older children, Highbrook View is only a 5 minute drive from the University of West England.

Highbrook View offers direct high-speed train links to the capital, with London Paddington under an hour and a half away via Bristol Parkway, which is just a short walk away from Highbrook View. The development also has great road links and is situated just five minutes away by car from the M4 and M32, offering further direct connection to the capital and beyond.