Traditional has its place but high quality new build apartments are certainly turning heads up and down the country – Jonathan Bramwell talks to Country Life
For those moving from a period property requiring a lot of work and upkeep, the thought of a new build can be hugely appealing. Many developers now are encouraging their purchasers to have a hand in the design and layout to ensure it ticks all of their relevant boxes. “Lots of buyers want to design their own interior space with variations such as a smaller bedroom and a bigger bathroom, or a larger family kitchen – it’s a growing trend” says Jonathan.
It’s not just London that’s a hub for high quality new build activity. Knight Frank are marketing Brandon Yard in Bristol – a harbourside development which is particularly popular with downsizers, retirees, and second home owners https://www.knightfrank.co.uk/properties/residential/for-sale/brandon-yard-lime-kiln-road-bristol-bs1/btd170004 . Bristol’s regeneration is having an exciting impact on property prices and demand for property which is having a positive knock on effect throughout the South West.
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