Elevate Property Group have announced an open day at their newly-restored Alban House Development next month, giving potential buyers a glimpse into the restoration work.
As revealed last year by Residential People, Elevate Property Group has undertaken an extensive restoration project on the charred remains of Alban House, creating several new homes.
An open day at the newly-restored Hereford development will give potential buyers a glimpse into the hard work that has gone into bringing the fire-ravaged building back into use.
Commenting on the progress so far, Sales and marketing director David Hofton said: “Over 50% of the 18 properties have been reserved, and we expect to complete on the first eight apartments by the end of January.
“This still leaves a really interesting spread of properties in this unique development.”
Elevate Property Group will have an open day on Saturday 8th February, with first buyers already moved in.
Visitors to Alban House will be able to see an ideal first-time buyer or buy-to-let apartment available that would give an investor of a one-bedroom apartment, a potential yield near 6% and is priced at £135,000.
Only one of the three top-floor penthouses is still for sale, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment with a south-facing balcony with views of Hereford Cathedral, which is priced at £300,000.
But perhaps the most interesting and unusual property is the cottage in the courtyard, now known as The Nook. It is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom character cottage in a gated setting with a walled patio which is available for £260,000.
David Hofton said: “It is not often that you get such a wide variety of properties offered in one development but such was the clever design that was required for the rescue of Alban House we have come up with some really innovative solutions, giving us this range of properties in one project.
“We think this is a most unique development and well worthy of a visit on our open day on Saturday 8 February from 10am-2pm.”