Cutting Edge City Centre Living For Under 100k

Date: Thursday 15 April 2010

Taylor Wimpey is to offer first time buyers in Bristol the opportunity to bag a cutting edge city centre apartment at its new Meridian development, for less than £100,000.

The stylish development of one, two and three bedroom homes – located on Brunel Way – launches on the 17th April, is the housebuilder’s first collection of city centre apartments in Bristol for many years and is set to transform the disused Mega bowl complex into a brand new residential community.

All apartments have allocated parking and many will offer fantastic views of the Clifton Suspension Bridge and Bristol city. With a number of private garden areas throughout the development and with the Avon Gorge and Leigh Woods close by, residents will enjoy the best of both worlds – cosmopolitan city life or the great outdoors.

The first ten purchasers to reserve at Meridian will scoop an exclusive SKY TV package completely free of charge. Including a choice of flat screen HD ready TV, SKY + HD box, SKY programme pack and a years subscription charge, SKY TV will be installed and operational on move-in day. Part of an exclusive deal with SKY, Taylor Wimpey is the only housebuilder in the South-West to offer this exclusive move-in package.

Richard Goad, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, commented: “Home ownership remains an aspiration for young city centre professionals. With lenders offering a greater range of mortgages, such as Santander introducing the first 90 per cent mortgage in two years, it is now a realistic time for first time buyers to think about purchasing a home of their own again.

“Properties at our new Meridian development have been designed to offer cutting edge, stylish apartment living in the heart of Bristol and priced at less than £100,000, they offer an affordable proposition for first time buyers. For the lucky ten purchasers who are first to reserve, our exclusive Sky package will be the icing on the cake to a new city slicker lifestyle.”