Flour House launches at The General

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The range of stylish new apartments at The General grows and there is more opportunity than ever for a home in this award-winning development

Flour House is a new six-storey building that has been named after a flour mill which once stood next to the former Bristol General Hospital, before it was demolished by the Hospital Board in 1865.

The contemporary new building overlooks parts of the original hospital, including the King Edward VII Wing, the Chapel and a new landscaped courtyard called French Yard.

It comprises 37 one- and two-bedroom apartments, with many of the new homes benefitting from private balconies and terraces. As an added incentive, City & Country is offering to pay Stamp Duty for all properties reserved in Flour House before December 2018.

The modern apartments are likely to appeal to house-hunters who look for the style and feel of a new home but yearn for the period character of The General’s restored original buildings. A concierge service is provided as well as secure underground car parking and residents are just moments from the two exceptional restaurants located at The General – Paco Tapas and Casamia.

Suzanne Aplin, Sales & Marketing Director at City & Country, expects the new homes will appeal to younger professionals and first-time buyers. “Buying a home at Flour House gives residents a chance to buy into the history of The General whilst living in a completely new home. The apartments enjoy a contemporary and stylish specification, whilst the waterfront is moments away and the city centre can easily be reached on foot. With prices from just £247,500, these properties are perfect for first time buyers and professionals looking for a city centre home,” she says.

For more information visit: www.cityandcountry.co.uk or call 01173 211 655.

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