The Redcliffe Parade development in Bristol for client, Change Real Estate, has been named the winner in the 2018 Michelmores Property Awards, Residential Category (35 units and under).
The Michelmores Property Awards showcase and celebrate the very best of the South West region’s projects, buildings and businesses, recognising both commercial and residential projects of all shapes and sizes across ten categories.
The renovation of one of the most recognisable Georgian Terraces in Bristol has seen the return of the six townhouses at 3-8 Redcliffe Parade West back to their original residential use, and now newly painted in distinctive pastel shades. Change Living has created 16 apartments, all overlooking Bristol’s Harbourside. Many original features, such as cornices and timber panels have been retained and restored within the beautifully proportioned apartments, and where they were missing, new ones crafted and fitted to match.
Prior to this renovation, the townhouses at Redcliffe Parade were used as commercial offices. The Terrace, which dates back to 1768, had a variety of uses throughout its long history, including a school and even a drapers shop, as well as individual houses. The Grade II Listed façade of the terrace is also considered to be an iconic feature of the city.