Kersfield will be opening the Burwalls estate – arguably one of the most impressive property developments in Bristol – for viewings of the new show apartment on 28th January 2017.

When it comes to views, it doesn’t get much better than Bristol’s iconic Suspension Bridge and the Avon Gorge sweeping beneath. Located just metres away from Brunel’s famous bridge, the properties at Burwalls have arguably the best views in the city.

However, there’s so much more to this new development than the views.

Built in the ornate Jacobethan style by newspaper magnate Joseph Leech in 1872, the Grade-II listed manor house here became home to the Wills tobacco dynasty before being requisitioned as a war office and, eventually, bought by Bristol University.

Today, Kersfield has sensitively restored the house, under the direction of Nash Partnership architects, to create five large apartments. The old stables, along the southern boundary of the site, have been redeveloped to provide two beautifully refurbished houses, together with four new detached houses and a studio – each individually designed to reflect the Edwardian Arts and Crafts architectural style of the original buildings.

Burwalls Main House & Clifton Suspension Bridge Aerial

Set in five acres of walled parkland, within easy reach of Clifton Village, every property comes complete with off-street parking and use of the main grounds. Each house and ground floor apartment has its own garden, while the penthouse benefits from a private roof terrace.

Experience for yourself everything Burwalls has to offer on Saturday 28th January 2017, when Kersfield’s show apartment will be open to view from 10am – 2pm. To book an appointment, call:

Knight Frank: 0117 317 1999
Savills: 0117 910 0343

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