173-175 Hotwell Road, Bristol, BS8 4NQ | New homes for sale | Savills
409 to 700 sq ft(38 to 65.03 sq m)
Guide price £199,000 -​ £345,000

173-175 Hotwell RoadBristol, BS8 4NQ

  • New development

Key features

  • Available to view now
  • Ready to occupy
  • Fully furnished apartments
  • High performance triple glazed windows to reduce heat loss and noise intrusion
  • Double plastered and insulated walls/ceilings to minimise heat and noise transfer
  • Individual flat heating systems are ultra efficient in heating
  • Allocated parking to select units with provisions for EV installation
  • Charging points can be installed by purchasers post completion at their own cost.
  • EPC rated B

Contemporary living in the historic Hotwell and Harbourside area. Investment opportunity with a 5%* yield return.

About this property

  • A finalist in ‘Best Residential Development 2022' at the Bristol Property Awards, 173 - 175 Hotwell Road has been designed to bring sustainable living to Bristol. The eight apartments are 0.7m away from the busy Harbourside water front and only half a mile from the green public space of Brandon Hill. Only half a mile away is the fashionable Clifton area or the main University Campus.

    This collection of homes, comprising two well proportion studios, two spacious one bedroom apartments and four two bedroom apartments with individual design, places you on the door step of Bristol's various charming but different areas.

    These apartments were designed to be homes for the future. Each incorporates eco friendly technology, sustainability and security into their construction.

Local information

  • Hotwells is one of Bristol's most vibrant and easily recognisable areas, popularly depicted by its colourful row of houses that proudly overlook the docks, just to the right of Brunel's iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge.
  • Just a mile east of the city centre, Hotwells occupies perhaps one of the best locations in Bristol. It sits just below the high ground of Clifton and the Downs and is directly north of the city's unique floating harbour.
  • Perhaps one of Bristol's most popular attributes is that despite its distinctly cosmopolitan feel, with all the amenities, history, and leisure opportunities you would expect from a large city, green space is never very far away. Surrounded by rural countryside and with a fair smattering of parks throughout the centre, Bristol is also within easy reach of the River Severn and consequential Bristol Channel, opening up a whole world of sporting and leisure opportunities.
  • Hotwells takes its name from the hot springs which bubble up through the rocks of the Avon Gorge underneath the Clifton Suspension Bridge. In the Georgian era, Hotwells was developed as a spa retreat to compete with the UNESCO World Heritage site of Bath
  • * yield return is based on rental figures at time of publication. For further rental information please contact the office to discuss.

Additional information

  • Due to the location of Hotwell Road, the scheme and it's wider area has much to offer throughout the weekdays, evenings and weekends.
  • Eating out, cultural activities and the great outdoors are all just a short walk away: trying to decide what to do each weekend will be the biggest challenge of living here.
  • Walking and cycling are huge to the Bristol culture and with the Harbour Inlet within close reach, breakfast, lunch and dinner can all be catered for within half a mile. Park Street and Clifton Village are both within walking distance, offering independent eateries, fantastic historic views and Clifton Downs.
  • At Hotwell Road, you will find the best of both worlds on offer here: the tranquility of harbourside living combined with the vibrancy of city life.
  • Ground Rent = Peppercorn
  • Studio - from £110pcm
  • 1 bed - from £150pcm
  • 2 bed - from £190pcm
  • Some images may be computer generated
  • Tenure: Leasehold. Lease Expiry: 25/08/3022 (998 years remaining)
  • Service Charge: TBC
  • Ground Rent: TBC
  • Council Tax Band: TBC