This spectacular penthouse is positioned on the fifth floor with exquisite views of the floating harbour and beyond from all principle rooms. The contemporary open plan living space has been beautifully designed with stunning kitchen are including island and full height windows with access to the roof terrace. The master bedroom suite includes fitted wardrobes and en-suite whilst the guest bedroom has access to the sleek and contemporary main bathroom. All rooms offer access to the roof terrace which runs the full width of the property and offers additional space to enjoy these glorious surroundings.
Bristol's Floating Harbour is a man-made inlet, dating from 1809, which has become a cosmopolitan destination for shopping, dining and contemporary waterfront living.
Huller & Cheese offers a rare opportunity to acquire a slice of history, in the heart of this much coveted area of Bristol.
The bustling waterfront and vibrant streets offer a diverse and eclectic environment with shopping ranging from fashionable boutiques through to street markets. There is an infinite array of well-known, independent bars, restaurants and cafes offering al fresco and waterside dining.
The area is steeped in both entertainment and culture with theatres, galleries, museums and nightlife venues. There is something for everyone, from historic to contemporary, from maritime to artistic.
These two distinct buildings have been converted to create an exciting collection of contemporary apartments overlooking Bristol's Floating Harbour.
Featuring exposed brick and iron work in Huller House, to oversized windows and concrete columns in The Cheese Factory, the blend of the original features with stylish modern fittings offers unique and elegant homes.
The Grade II listed Huller House dates from the mid 19th century and offers a wealth of unique characteristics which provide a perfect backdrop for this contemporary conversion. Built as a waterside warehouse, the original oversized double doors were historically used for loading goods on to merchant ships. The building boasts enviable features including brick facades and large timber windows together with huge timber beams which sit on cast iron columns. From 1945, Huller House was used by the stilton producer, A. Matthews and Skailes, now known as the Cropwell Bishop Creamery.
The Cheese Factory
The Cheese Factory is the conversion of the former Cheese Warehouse. It was an early barley mill and granary, and became known as the Cheese Warehouse from 1964 when it was used for the storage of cheese by Western Wharves Ltd. Original features include winch brackets dating from the 1930s and projecting harbourside loading bays. The concrete columns and industrial features inside the building will also be preserved as part of the restoration.
Directions: Huller and Cheese is in the heart of Bristol's floating harbour within easy walking distance of Bristol City centre, Bristol Temple Meads station and the University of Bristol. The waterside location means that residents can easily take advantage of the water routes around the city. Just a short walk to Bristol Temple Meads, a major public transport hub with bus & coach services and a ferry to the city centre. Trains include services to London Paddington and inter-city trains to Cardiff, Southampton, Portsmouth and Weymouth. Work is underway for electrification of the Bristol London line, which will reduce journey times to London by over 20 minutes* Less than 2 miles away is the M32, which provides easy access to the M4 and M5 and the road network. Further afield, Bristol Airport is undergoing an expansion programme and offers flights to a range of UK and European destinations. * Source DfT
*Currency rates are updated daily at approximately 01:00 GMT | Property Reference Number: GBBTRDBRD150333
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