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Open Day For New Homes In Bristol This Saturday

Posted 15 July 2021 by Keith Osborne

Acorn Property Group is inviting house-hunters to an Open Day on Saturday 17 July at its landmark Brooks Dye Works scheme...

On Saturday 17 July, Acorn Property Group is hosting an Open Day event at its popular Brooks Dye Works in Bristol, where 50% of homes across the development have been sold.

The event marks the completion of the first homes at the site situated along Southey Street in St Werburghs, and offers an opportunity to view the show home there. Viewings will be held by appointment from 10.00am to 5.00pm. It provides house-hunters a glimpse at the finish and design of the four-bedroom homes.

As a thank you for their dedication over the last year-and-a-half, Acorn Property Group has brought back its £10,000 Key Worker discount on the final two four-bedroom homes in Phase 2 at Brooks Dye Works (terms and conditions apply).

Plot 25 is a great example and is on the market for £500,000. The ground floor is focused on being the hub of the home. The kitchen is at the front of the house and leads through to the dining/living room, which in turn has bi-fold doors to the patio and rear garden. There’s also a downstairs WC and utility cupboard. There’s more storage off the first-floor landing as well as a family bathroom and two double bedrooms, both of which have a Juliet balcony. On the top floor is another bathroom and two more double bedrooms, with a Juliet balcony to the larger one at the front of the house.

Brooks Dye WorksThe specification includes contemporary fitted kitchens by Magnet equipped with range of integrated appliances by Smeg. Subject to the build stage, there’s a choice of interior colour options. Flooring is included throughout. Each home comes with an allocated parking space and there are electric car charging points to selected plots.

Centred around the iconic landmark chimney, Brooks Dye Works is bringing a mix 81 of new one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom homes to the key regeneration site in St Werburghs, north of Bristol city centre. Complementing the homes being built there are new pedestrian routes linking to the surrounding areas and neighbouring Mina Road Park. It’s only 20 minutes on foot to Bristol Shopping Quarter and half-an-hour into the Old City. Montpelier and Stapleton Road train stations are both less than one mile from home and it’s under half-a-mile from the M32 motorway.

The former Brooks Laundry dates back to the 19th century when the site was used for industrial units by Brooks Dyers and Cleaners. St Werburghs has a great sense of local community, with its own unique vibrancy and eclectic mix of independent shops and organic eateries. The area also boasts a creative art scene and a strong focus on the local environment, plenty of surrounding allotments and the popular family attraction of City Farm.

Find out more about Brooks Dye Works from Acorn Property Group.


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