Worcestershire’s leading independent estate agency, Nicol & Co has been appointed to sell a series of new apartments located on an historical site.
The 54-apartment ‘Iceworks’ development is set to transform the former 1800s water mill property, which has stood derelict for many years.
Located on the edge of Worcester, the six-storey building – which also became an ice manufactory in the 1900s, is now being renovated into an apartment complex.
Commenting on the development, Matt Nicol, Managing Director of Nicol & Co, said: “We’re delighted that our New Homes team has been appointed to market Iceworks.
“We’re both grateful for the opportunity and proud to have been chosen and are looking forward to starting work on the project.
“As well as providing much needed two-bedroomed accommodation in Worcester, this is a development with a number of environmentally friendly features such as ground source heat pumps which will provide heating to all apartments.”
Phase one of the development will consist of the two new apartment blocks and are scheduled to be completed in early summer.
Meanwhile, phase two will see the former flour mill on Bromyard Road converted into 33, two-bed and bathroom apartments.
All floors of the development will be served by lifts, further adding to its ‘suitable for all ages’ appeal.
Prices for the new development will range from £150,000 to £250,000 – Help to Buy is available.
Featured Image: (l-r) Gavin Gardiner, Kelvin Sparrey, Marilyn Sparrey and Matt Nicol on site at Iceworks