Penthouse - Plot 37, Trent Bridge Quays

£535,000

Trent Bridge Quays brings together everything that is best – inside and out, local and regional, classic and contemporary.

The architecture is distinctive with an urban edge – the buildings incorporate a mixture of materials, at once traditional and modern.
The homes are created with an enviable style which flows seamlessly throughout. Floor to ceiling windows brings the natural waterside scenery into the home.

The central feature of Trent Bridge Quays is the opening out onto a wide promenade along the river front with interspersed green ‘pocket parks’ which add to the peaceful atmosphere.

This amazing two bedroom penthouse apartment is a real show stopper. The apartment benefits from balconies on three sides, beautiful river views, two en-suite bathrooms, high end appliances and allocated parking.

The apartment would make a great purchase for any downsizers looking for the ‘Lock up and leave’ lifestyle, the ultimate bachelor pad or a bolt hole in one of the countries most central and dynamic cities.

Plot 37 is a luxurious two bedroom penthouse apartment on the fourth floor in Block B2.

Please note that the CGI shows the actual block, B2.

Construction on site is underway. We are expecting completion of the first phase of 38 properties by 2021.

60% of Phase 1 is already sold, so don’t miss out on securing your ideal home by reserving early.
We are happy to take reservations for £1,000 deposit (£500 non-refundable), or if using the Government’s Help to Buy scheme, plots can be reserved for £500 which is fully refundable.

Physical completion of Phase 2 is expected by March 2021.

Tenure: Leasehold

Key Features:

  • Top floor penthouse apartment
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Over 60% of Phase One now under offer
  • Balconies on three sides
  • Allocated parking
  • Open plan kitchen/dining/living area
  • Two en suite bathrooms
  • Built in appliances
  • Stunning river views
  • Stamp Duty Exempt up to £500,000 until 31st March 20201

Please note that the CGIs are indicative only and not necessarily a true representation of this property.