The restoration — which is located on the site of a former Grade II-listed, 19th-century gasworks — has taken two years and was guided by contractors Speller Metcalfe and architects AWW.
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Brandon Yard has provided 58 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and the scheme is now over 90% sold, with the remaining homes priced from £435,000 with Help to Buy available.
“The transformation of Brandon Yard has been an exciting project for Acorn Property Group and Galliard Homes and we have worked closely with heritage specialists and Speller Metcalfe to preserve the site’s unique history in balance with high-quality homes,” said Robin Squire, regional managing director at Acorn Property Group.
David Galman, sales director at Galliard Homes, added: “The regenerated Bristol harbourside area is now highly sought-after and we have seen steady interest from buyers throughout the scheme’s development.
“Given that the scheme is now complete, we anticipate high demand for this final collection of homes.”
Andy Metcalfe, joint managing director at Speller Metcalfe, described the development as a “particularly interesting and challenging project, combining both new-build apartments alongside the careful restoration of existing historic buildings”.