Morton at Park Farm

New apartments launched in Bristol

The perfect home, set within an excellent location, is about to go on show at one of the area’s most sought-after developments.

From Saturday March 16th, buyers visiting Barratt HomesPark Farm in Thornbury will get the chance to view a beautiful new two bedroom apartment.

“We are unveiling our latest view apartment – a two bedroom home offering buyers a combination of style, quality and superb value,” said sales director, Andrea Pilgrim. “We are expecting it to be centre of attention here – particularly among those wishing to take their first steps into the property market.”

A spacious two bedroom apartment, designed for modern living, the Morton design is priced from £216,995. It features an open-plan kitchen, dining and living area with dual aspect windows – allowing natural light to fill the room. There is plenty of space for coats and shoes, with a handy storage cupboard off the hall. There are also two double bedrooms and a family bathroom – so plenty of room for guests to stay.

“This is an outstanding new home design, which is perfect for first time buyers,” added Andrea. “Anyone keen to make one of these apartments their own must hurry though – I don’t expect them to be available in this wonderful location for very long.”

Andrea said that despite some uncertainty surrounding Brexit, now really is a good time for first time buyers to take their first steps on the housing market.

“A combination of more lenders looking for mortgage business together with really competitive fixed rate products, better criteria and smoother processes all mean there’s never been a better time to buy a new home with a mortgage. A popular option right now is being able to fix your interest rate for five years.

“The truth is with low interest rates and the government backed Help to Buy scheme, which is available for first and second time buyers, purchasers have an excellent range of options available.”

Andrea continued: “What it means to buyers is that many who have previously rented a home because they felt they couldn’t get a mortgage – for instance someone who has been self-employed for less than three years – can now get on the property ladder.”

To find out more about new apartments at Park Farm, visit or call 0330 057 6000.