Water Lilies is the first eco-development of its kind in the UK, where residents can design a sustainable home and shape their own blossoming community in Bristol.
Nestled on the edge of a conservation area in Kingsweston, near Blaise Castle and Kings Weston House, Water Lilies has countryside on its doorstep and easy access to the city.
This green oasis is the perfect place for those who wish for a sustainable lifestyle in a comfortable, high quality eco-home that has an intimate connection to nature.
There are a range of homes including 3- to 6-bedroom houses and 1- to 2-bedroom apartments. Water Lilies offers people the opportunity to design their dream home and be part of a net-zero carbon community development.
Water Lilies is designed by Bright Green Futures in partnership with Marshall and Kendon Architects and the self and custom builders.
Water Lilies won the Green Initiative Award in the 2019 Bristol Property Awards for pushing sustainable design, whilst Bristol Urban Design Forum commended the project for its innovative approach to community building and potential to empower residents.
Buildings: 33 homes: townhouses, apartments, detached homes, plus a community building.
Location: Kings Weston Reservoir, Bristol. Near to Blaise Castle Estate and Kings Weston House.
Main Features: Fully serviced plots - High performance shells - Large shared garden with water lilies pond - Multi-purpose community building - Underground parking for a safe traffic-free development - Beautiful views from atop a hill - Renewable technology and sustainability features
Awards: 2019 Green Initiative Award: Bristol Property Awards + 2019 Best Eco-Aware Housing Community Initiative (South): BUILD Sustainable Building Awards