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Modern open plan living


Fabulous Channel views 110 reasons to buy at Port Marine


STUNNING CHANNEL VIEWS AND MARINA VISTAS MAKE 110 AT THE QUAY ONE OF THE MOST ENVIABLE ADDRESSES IN THE REGION


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ocated at Port Marine in Portishead, this impressive collection of one, two and three bedroom apartments is the latest development


from award-winning housebuilder Crest Nicholson, and is proving so popular that 49 plots have already sold off-plan. When it comes to location, location, location, 110 at the Quay has it all. The recent multi-million pound redevelopment of the White Lion, along with the opening of Impero Lounge, Aqua and Hall & Woodhouse have all helped Portishead to create a social scene to rival any other Bristol property hotspot. Meanwhile, Port Marine’s cosmopolitan street scene of waterfront villas, apartments and quaint fishing village is completed by the picture-perfect marina, conjuring up


thoughts of holidays at the coast. All this, and easy access to the M5, plus bustling Bristol just nine miles away, means 110 at the Quay is ideally located for a wide range of buyers, from professionals to investors as well as those looking to downsize.


“110 AT THE QUAY HAS IT ALL”


All the new homes at 110 at the Quay benefit from balconies or terraces, making them the perfect place to sit back and take in the breath-taking marina surroundings. The large picture windows and impressive veranda doors bring the outside in and create a fantastic sense of light and open space. The apartments themselves are designed and fitted to the highest standard, with Manhattan kitchens, integrated appliances including a dishwasher and full height fridge/freezer, Porcelanosa ceramic wall tiles in the bathroom and Amtico and Camaro flooring available in the kitchen and bathroom. Laura Osborne, senior sales manager at


Crest Nicholson, said: “We’re really proud of our apartments at 110 at the Quay and love showing them off to new homebuyers. Our


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two show apartments give the perfect glimpse into the sophisticated and aspirational lifestyle on offer, and there’s no better way to get a feeling for what your new home could be like.”


Dream living is more affordable Prices at 110 at the Quay currently start from as little as £148,000* for a two bedroom Petrel apartment with parking. This price is based on purchasers using the Government’s new Help to Buy Scheme, which enables you to own 100% of your dream home for just 80% of the price and with just a 5% deposit. The remaining 20% of the property price is funded by an equity loan from the Government that is interest free for the first five years. Three bedroom apartments are available from £240,000*. CL


For more information about 110 at the Quay visit the on-site Sales and Marketing Suite (open daily 10am-5pm), call 0808 100 6009 or visit www.crestnicholson.com/ portmarine


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