The
property is located for access to Bristol’s restaurant quarter and close to
numerous other commercial establishments and places of employment with
waterside frontage. Bristol City Centre is also within easy reach, as are
public transport links to surrounding districts and beyond.

Ideally
located adjacent to Bristol’s historic floating harbour, this waterside
property has excellent prominence to Welsh Back with frontage to Redcliff Way
and views of St Mary Redcliff Church.

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Redcliff
Way is a busy pedestrian route linking the city centre with Temple Meads train
station. Welsh Back leads into Queen Square, Bristol’s oldest Georgian square,
housing many corporate and professional companies as well as hosting numerous
outdoor events and the whole area enjoys a festival atmosphere of wining and
dining with an all day café society. There are many national and independent
restaurants nearby such as Loch Fyne, Severn Shed, The Riverstation, Aqua etc.

The
development will consist of 3 units, set within an original dockside warehouse
which will be fully restored to its historic character, open plan space,
excellent natural light, traditional materials and outside seating on Welsh
Back and the waterfront via cantilevered decking.