The final four homes crafted from the Grade II Listed Union Buildings in Aldershot will be made available for sale during two open days on 26 November and 10 December.
All properties have two bedrooms and due to the original design of the building, each home differs in character and all have stylish new kitchens, bathrooms and shower rooms.
“When restoring and converting a Listed building you often discover a range of designs that transform into unique living spaces, and as a result these last remaining homes are all different. Now fully restored, Union Buildings is a fantastic residential development close to the town centre, offering quality, period homes that are rarely found on the local market. Properties released earlier this year have all proven very popular, and as this is the last opportunity to buy we’re expecting high levels of interest.” says Sally Parsons, Property Director at Annington.
With origins dating back to the early 17th Century, Union Buildings has been carefully restored to its former glory, undergoing a remarkable transformation. As part of the restoration, Annington has retained a number of original features including exposed wooden beams, iron frames and detailed brick work, and these period details have been a major attraction for some of the new home owners. Sophie Harmer, who bought an apartment earlier this year, explains:
“We love that the building has such character, it is Grade II Listed and its original features are what we fell in love with, such as the windows and beams.”
Accessed via a private gated entrance, the new apartments have been awarded Secured By Design (SBD) status, and residents also have access to landscaped grounds that feature an attractive stainless steel sculpture.
Priced from £275,000 to £295,000, the first release of two homes will available to view from Saturday 26 November, followed by the final release of a further two homes on Saturday 10 December. Viewing is by appointment only - for more information call Bridges on 01252 361 550 or email: email@example.com« Back to news page