There are now just nine homes left to buy at Redrow’s fast-selling Abode at Bedminster development with 90% of the site sold within less than 18 months of the site opening to the public.
House hunters interested in properties at the Bristol development are advised to move quickly to avoid disappointment as Abode at Bedminster has proven one of Redrow South West’s fastest ever selling sites.
More than a fifth of the plots at the unique development on Bedminster Road sold off-plan before even being accessible.
There are now just three and four-bedroom homes available from £392,995 at the 110-plot site which is an easy 25-minute walk from Bristol city centre.
Interest in the development is likely to receive a further boost as Bedminster gears up for Upfest, the internationally renowned street art festival which takes place there in July every year. To mark Upfest last year, Redrow invited celebrated street artist Cheo to illustrate the large hoardings surrounding Abode at Bedminster with a colourful image which bought the site to life.
The development is a departure from Redrow’s more traditional style Heritage Homes, with the design focused on open-plan flexible city living, maximising the use of space.
Construction of the development is due for completion in the spring of 2019 and Redrow’s team predict all the homes will be sold by the end of this year.
Charlotte Newnes, Redrow area sales manager, said: “Abode has proven incredibly popular. The beautiful home designs combined with a fantastic location near Bristol city centre has, unsurprisingly, been a winning combination.
“We are now down to our last nine properties on this site, so we do urge those who are interested in purchasing a home at Abode to get in touch as soon as possible.
“It is really worth coming to see the properties in person as they are so well designed for contemporary city living, with wonderful light open plan living spaces.
“We’re really looking forward to Upfest when all of Bedminster will be buzzing with activity – it is a wonderful event which brings the whole area to life, attracting people from all over the world.”