The Chocolate Factory is a mixed-use development in the heart of vibrant Greenbank, BS5. Delivering 140 new homes, 15,000 sq ft of commercial space, a community hub and a landscaped public square, the scheme is being built with community in mind.
Once complete, the development will create new access points to the popular Bristol and Bath Railway Path that runs along the perimeter.
By regenerating this significant 4.5-acre site, formerly the much-loved Elizabeth Shaw chocolate factory, developer Generator South West is creating an asset the whole neighbourhood can share, enjoy and be part of.
Wherever possible, original buildings and structures have been retained and, where new homes have been built, the palette of materials has been carefully selected to complement the existing Victorian neighbourhood and reflect the past history of the site.
These homes boast an open-plan kitchen/dining space with French doors leading to the private lawned garden. Each benefits from contemporary German engineered kitchens with built-in appliances, a separate lounge, off-street parking with electric vehicle charging point, BT Fibre broadband and bicycle storage.
Three-bedroom houses offer an en-suite to the master bedroom, while four-bedroom houses have generous roof terraces off the master suite on the third floor.
The properties enjoy easy access to both Bristol and Bath by bike along the railway path, car or public transport. Plus, there are two nearby train stations – Station Road and Lawrence Hill – within easy walking distance, while Temple Meads is just under two miles away.
Future phases will include more houses and modern one- and two-bedroom apartments built within the framework of the former historic factory buildings.
Now reserving 3- & 4-bedroom houses!
A show apartment and show home are available to view and the marketing suite is open Thursday to Monday. Speak to an adviser today and find out more about this development.