**Apply today - 75% of the shared ownership apartments now reserved**
Applications for the last remaining 2 bedroom apartments available with shared ownership at Wapping Wharf are now open!
Not sure if shared ownership is right for you? We also have a selection of 1 & 2 bedroom apartments available to rent coming later this year!
Situated on the city’s thriving waterfront, Wapping Wharf has established itself as one of Bristol’s most exciting neighbourhoods to live, shop, work and relax in.
Anticipated for completion in Autumn/Winter 2020, these stylish new homes come complete with a high spec modern fitted kitchen, stylish bathroom suite, balcony/terrace (specific plots) and allocated parking (2 bedroom apartments).
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Wapping Wharf is located on Bristol’s historic harbourside in the city’s newest quarter. A host of independant eateries line the Gaol Ferry Steps just next door to Wapping Wharf, from street food to fine dining, sourdough pizzas to organic fruit and vegetables and everything in between - there's something for everyone. The neighbourhood is also home to a variety of independant boutiques and stores. With a florist, art gallery, yoga studio, barbers and clothing stores, it's quickly becoming a popular place to live.
What to do nearby
With a host of activities on your doorstep you'll never be short of things to do. Shop and eat away the day at Goal Ferry Steps, learn about the history of the city at M Shed, see Bristol from the water from Bristol Ferry or visit one of the many other unique districts in Bristol such as Clifton, West End, Redcliffe or the Old City.
Wapping Wharf is perfectly located in the cultural and historical heart of Bristol, just a fifteen minute walk to the centre. You will also be only a twenty minute walk to Bristol Temple Meads train station and to Bristol Coach Station connecting you to many major towns and cities including London. There's also a convenient new cycle path along Museum Street linking south Bristol, the harbourside, the city centre and beyond.