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Property details

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 1 reception room


  • Single property stamp duty paid on all reservations which complete by June 2020
  • 3 bedroom first floor apartment
  • Located within Queen Victoria House
  • New development from PegasusLife
  • Images are computer generated
  • Extensive residents facilities and grounds
  • Allocated parking

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Located within Queen Victoria House, a truly stunning 3 bedroom property with original features which add character and ambience to this delightful home.


Located in Redland, an affluent inner suburb with a village atmosphere, The Vincent is within easy walking distance of the shops, cafés and restaurants of Whiteladies Road and Clifton. Durdham Down, a large area of leafy parkland, perfect for cycling and long strolls, is just moments away too.

The development is also well placed to make the most of everything Bristol has to offer. Fine dining, shopping, art galleries, museums, live music and theatre are all within easy reach. This is a modern city with a rich history and so much to enjoy, from its thriving summer jazz festival, to its diverse architecture, docks and wide, open spaces


Apartment Description
A beautifully arranged 3 bedroom penthouse apartment positioned within one of the spectacular curved windows of this historic Queen Victoria House.
Situated on the first floor this apartment is over 2 levels with a dramatic double height living space with an open plan kitchen to the rear with a breakfast bar area and the main living space situated within the bay window. There is a bedroom on this level with a shower room. On the upper level there is a sumptuous bedroom and bathroom alongside the third bedroom or study which overlooks the living area.

The Vincent, the development
Situated by the expansive greenery of Durdham Down in Bristol’s Redland district, The Vincent is a new development inspired by its Victorian heritage. The 64 one, two and three bedroom apartments are spread across the newly refurbished Queen Victoria House and two Regency-style terraces that overlook the historic grounds.

The Victorian era brought with it a surge of interest in plant collection and cultivation caused largely by the increasing number of ships bringing back exotic species from overseas. Gardens became platforms for exhibiting and displaying these newly discovered plants. Representing the epitome of this 19th century trend, Westonbirt Arboretum was founded by Robert Holford and became a hub for the cultivation of rare species in Britain. Holford’s aim for the arboretum was “to create variety without confusion, to create informality and picturesqueness.” It is this vision, along with the Victorian spirit of collecting and cultivating exotic plants, which has now inspired the plans for the grounds at The Vincent.

At the heart of the development, an arboretum garden has been formed by the hedgerows, pathways and magnificent trees that populate the site. The grounds have been designed to create a clear sense of progression as you move through the different areas. Victorian-inspired stepped landscaping leads down to the lawn garden.

Next to the lawn, a path winds up to the memorial garden, where the Grade II listed obelisk – now almost two centuries old – is displayed alongside a seating area that offers views towards Queen Victoria House, the lawn and the terrace.

The Vincent, the services
Life at The Vincent revolves around the arboretum garden. For a barista-served coffee and a catch-up with neighbours, head to the café in Queen Victoria House. This is the place to scan the day’s papers and plan the day ahead over a breakfast pastry. If you’re in the mood for a morning workout, head across the gardens to the terraces, where the gym and stretch studio are located on the lower ground floor. Gym sessions are best followed by a relaxing spell in the spa’s hydrotherapy pool, which offers clear views out across the lawn. People regularly come together for a chat and a game of cards over a glass of wine in the lounge. In the warmer months, activity spills out onto the south terrace, where the seating area allows for al fresco dining among the rich surroundings. Should a special occasion call for a celebration, the private dining room in Queen Victoria House is available for bookings. If your guests are spending the night, speak to the concierge at reception, who will be on hand to reserve the guest suite for you.

The service is in place to help you make the most of life here. The concierge is your first port of call for any queries or requests, whether you’re looking to book a spa treatment or find out about Bristol’s latest exhibitions. They will also arrange regular happenings ranging from wine tasting evenings and book groups to debating societies and gardening clubs.

The Vincent, the location
Situated to the north of the city centre, Redland has a distinct village feel. This is partly due to the various parks and stretches of greenery in the area. Durdham Down draws ramblers, joggers, dog-walkers and cyclists throughout the year, while Redland Green is dressed up with stalls, events and attractions for its annual May Day fair. Running from Durdham Down towards the city centre, Whiteladies Road is lined with independent boutiques, delis and cafés. Every Saturday, the farmers’ market sees Bristol’s artisans and producers set up shop on the corner of Whiteladies Road and Apsley Road. You’ll find everything from fresh meat and fish to locally crafted plates and pottery, all from sellers promoting fair trade and ethically sourced produce. Nearby, Clifton Arcade is a unique Victorian shopping arcade that dates back to 1878. It houses a community of small, independent shops, which line a central walkway that was originally intended as a drive for horse-drawn carriages to pass through. At the end of the arcade, the Primrose Café offers shoppers a stopping point for a well-earned coffee.

Square Footage: 1691 sq ft


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Local Amenities

  • Redland 0.3 miles
  • Clifton Down 0.3 miles
  • Ss Peter and Paul RC Primary School 0.3 miles
  • Cotham School 0.3 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Redland 0.3 miles
  • Clifton Down 0.3 miles
  • Ss Peter and Paul RC Primary School 0.3 miles
  • Cotham School 0.3 miles

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28th Sep 2020 £1,200,000 Price increased by £50,000
26th Sep 2019 £1,150,000 First listed

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