This stunning one bedroom ground floor apartment features an open plan 22ft kitchen/dining/living space with dual aspect windows, a double bedroom and bathroom. There’s also the added benefit of an allocated parking space.
The apartment features a contemporary kitchen which includes Smeg integrated appliances including a fridge/freezer, multi-function oven, ceramic hob, extractor, built-in microwave oven and dishwasher. Contemporary bathroom and flooring throughout.
Complete with visitor parking and communal electric car charging points.
The homes are in an exceptional location, with Mina Road Park within close proximity giving access to open green space on your doorstep. The limited collection of apartments at The Dye House, are named as such by the great-great-grandson of the founder of Brooks Dye Works.
First-time buyer? Reserve with a 5% deposit on the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme. Find out more here.
Make your move to an energy efficient home
The homes also have a number of sustainable features such as timber frame construction, smart meters, high performance double glazed windows and an EPC rating B which reduces running costs by up to 30% compared to the average UK home!
- Ground floor apartment
- 1 double bedroom
- Open plan kitchen/dining/living room
- Fitted kitchen with integrated appliances
- Flooring included throughout
- Allocated parking
- Access to open green space in Mina Road Park
Brooks Dye Works
Brooks Dye Works is an exciting mix of eighty-one new 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes. Centred around the landmark 19th Century chimney, featuring new pedestrian routes linking to the surrounding areas and neighbouring Mina Road Park.
Temple Meads Train Station
Bristol Temple Meads is the largest train station in Bristol with direct and regular services to London, Cardiff, Exeter and beyond.
Cabot Circus shopping centre has over 90 shops including Harvey Nichols, a great mix of restaurants and a multi-screen cinema.
Castle park, also known as Castle Green, is a public park in the centre of Bristol located between the Floating Harbour and Wine Street with the ruined St Peter’s church situated in the middle.
St Andrews Park
St Andrews Park is a classic Victorian neighborhood park with an outdoor swimming pool, playground and bowling green.
St Werburgh's City Farm
St Werburgh’s City Farm is a small charity aimed at connecting the local community with farm animals and open space.
Gloucester Road is Bristol’s longest road of local independent shops, cafes, restaurants and bars.
Montpelier is a colourful neighborhood with painted Victorian and Georgian houses and local quirky cafes and bars.
The Climbing Academy
The Climbing Academy is a rope climbing centre situated within an classic 15th century church in St Werburgh’s.
Circomedia Circus Theatre
Circomedia is a circus and theatre school which offers training courses, workshops and several performances to go and see.
Easton is an up-and-coming neighbourhood in Bristol that boasts global delicacies from coffee shops to bars and quick-eats.
Stokes Croft is a cultural hub which features local street art, including Banksy-walking tours. It is well known for its art shops, cafes and row of bars.
St Werburgh's Community Centre
St Werburgh’s Community Centre is managed by St Werburgh’s Community Association and provides meeting rooms and facilities to the local public.
They offer a range of regular classes and meetings to attend throughout the week.
St Werburgh's Primary School
Recently rated as Good by Ofsted, St Werburgh’s Primary School is located less than a 10 minute walk away from our Brooks Dye Works development.