Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Seven two bed apartments left at new West Bridgford development

Just seven two-bed apartments out of the 30 apartments at the new gated ‘Bridgford Place’ complex, located a stone’s throw from West Bridgford’s Central Avenue, now remain.

Comprising six one-bedroom apartments and 24 two-bedroom apartments, 75% of which were sold by selling agents FHP Living by practical completion of the development, the scheme, by Buildwell Developments, offers modern, luxury and eco-friendly living in the heart of West Bridgford town centre.

Works commenced on Bridgford Place back in 2019 and completed in 2020. Each home has been finished to a light, open-plan contemporary design with high spec fixtures and fittings including German kitchens, Bosch cooking appliances, quartz worktops, luxury bathrooms with Roca sanitaryware and Grohe showers, Karndean flooring and 80/20 wool twist carpets.

Some of the properties have balconies with views across West Bridgford and all top floor apartments have private terraces or balconies.

Complete with landscaped communal gardens for residents to enjoy, lift access and gated parking, the complex incorporates environmentally-friendly features including thermally efficient materials, and infrastructure for future electrical charging points for residents’ cars.

Steve Parker, director of FHP Living, said: “You just can’t beat this location and buyers will benefit from the stamp duty holiday that will run for the next four months. It’s not surprising we have seen homes selling so quickly at Bridgford Place. It is a prime development offering the finest quality central living and works for owner occupiers and investors alike.

“Catering to a wide demographic of buyers, from first timers, to downsizers and those adding to their portfolios – the properties really offer a standard of living which is a cut above, from the modern spacious design and quality finishings, to the unrivalled views and close proximity to surrounding amenities in Central Avenue and the city.

“Just a short walk away you have parks, shops, and plenty of eating and drinking venues – all without the hassle of having to take a car or public transport, it’s all on your doorstep.”

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