Filwood Park

Rare two bedroom home design unveiled at Filwood Park

A choice of brand new two bedroom homes is being launched by Barratt Homes at its sought-after Filwood Park development in Bristol.

Set at the heart of a multi-million pound regeneration, the site has been popular with those searching for larger homes. Now, buyers entering the property market for the first time can opt for a two bedroom property.

“This is a rare and wonderful opportunity for those seeking a move to this popular area to buy their own home here,” said sales director, Andrea Pilgrim. “The new addition is our Richmond Special

design – and it is both stylish and spacious. It provides the perfect base for anyone wishing to commute into Bristol.”

Priced from just 254,995, the Richmond Special is a beautifully-presented two bedroom semi-detached home with open-plan lounge and dining area featuring French doors opening onto the garden. There is also a modern kitchen, cloakroom and handy storage space. Upstairs, there is an en suite master bedroom, a second double bedroom, and an attractive family bathroom. This home also has parking.

“Properties like the Richmond are not very common on new-build sites,” added Andrea. “Whenever we release any, the response from buyers is instant. I’m not surprised by their popularity. They are stylish homes and offer excellent value-for-money – and are easily accessible thanks to the Help to Buy scheme.”

Help to Buy is available on all new-build homes at Filwood Park up to £600,000. Buyers can become owners with just a five percent deposit of the property value of their new home. Many lenders are able to offer a loan-to-value mortgage because the UK Government provides a guarantee of up to 20 percent.

Filwood Park is close to a cinema, restaurants, a school and supermarkets. The redeveloped A4174 and the new metro link are also close by. Bristol city centre is less than three miles away – offering an array of leisure and work opportunities.

To find out more about the Richmond at Filwood Park, visit or call 0330 057 6000.