Crest Nicholson to launch new phase at Highbrook View, Bristol

Crest Nicholson has launched new four and five bedroom homes, part of a new phase at its popular Highbrook View development in Stoke Gifford, South Gloucestershire. Comprising 50 homes, this latest phase is expected to be popular among growing families and those looking to for additional space, as well as those who want to make the most of being located just a few miles from Bristol City Centre.

The new homes on offer at Highbrook View will include the four bedroom Romsey, which is available to view at the development’s on-site show home, and the five bedroom Windsor, which is also available to view at the nearby Hygge Park development.

The Romsey is an enviable family home with a kitchen, dining and family area that stretches across the full width of the house, perfect for entertaining, with double French doors leading out onto the private garden. The kitchen-diner also offers an adjoining utility room for extra storage. The home has a separate living room, too, benefiting from a large bay window that floods the downstairs with natural light. Upstairs features three double bedrooms and a fourth single bedroom, an ideal space to set up a nursery or children’s bedroom. While the main bedroom has its own en suite and built in wardrobes, the remaining bedrooms share a well-proportioned family bathroom.

Spread across three floors, the five bedroom Windsor is a perfect home for growing families looking for a spacious property with plenty of flexible living space. The ground floor boasts an open plan kitchen, dining, family area stretching across the rear of the property, as well as a dedicated study, and a separate living room, providing plenty of space to relax, entertain, and work from home. Upstairs, the first floor offers three spacious double bedrooms and a family bathroom, with the main bedroom having its own en suite and a spacious dressing area. A further two double bedrooms can be found on the second floor, with access to a shower room.

Clare Brimble, Sales and Marketing Director for Crest Nicholson South West, comments: “We’re excited to launch our brand new phase of four and five bedroom homes at Highbrook View. Since the development launch in May, Highbrook View has proven popular among locals and those from further afield, thanks to its semi-rural location and the modern homes on offer. It’s already developing into a thriving, well-established community and we look forward to welcoming even more residents with the launch of this next phase. We’d recommend potential purchasers get in touch with our friendly sales team as soon as possible to avoid missing out on their preferred plot.”

Highbrook View is located on the edge of the vibrant city of Bristol, home to a thriving arts scene, cafes, pubs, breweries, and restaurants, plus shopping facilities at Cribbs Causeway and Cabot Circus. For those who enjoy the outdoors, residents can easily visit the Clifton Downs, Clifton Suspension Bridge or make the most of the cycle paths in and around the city, including the Bristol to Bath Railway Path which follows the route of an old train line through the countryside between the two cities. Residents can also enjoy nature right on their doorstep at Highbrook View, which once complete, will comprise designated areas of open space and a wildlife corridor.

Families are well catered for at Highbrook View as the development is 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, all rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted.

There are excellent transport connections nearby, with Bristol Parkway situated just over a 15 minute walk away from the development, offering direct trains into London Paddington in under an hour and a half. Thanks to its location on the edge of Bristol, the M4, M32, M5, A38 and A432 roads are easily accessible, providing early access to Gloucester, Cheltenham and Bath in the South West, as well as further afield destinations such as Birmingham and the North of the country, London and the East.