Plough & Windmill is a stylish conversion of an early 19th Century, traditional Bristol Pub. Originally known as The Plough & Windmill hotel, it was designed by the Bristol architect Henry Williams, for the Ashton Gate Brewery Company in 1898.
The redevelopment retains the redbrick exterior and stone dressings, whilst giving the overall design a modern twist with the use of contemporary window and door frames and a third floor loft extension. It looks and feels up to date, it is inviting and a perfect example of Urban Chic.
This impressive development sits in a wonderful location on the edge of the ever popular Chessels area of Bristol, within the BS3 postcode, consisting of 7 smart apartments and 3 new build three-bed houses, all of which are finished to a very high standard with superior specifications.
Some flats benefit from outside space, including roof terraces to the top floor flats with breathtaking views of the Clifton Suspension Bridge and Ashton Court and the countryside beyond. 60% of the units also have the advantage of an allocated parking space.