North Yorkshire property developer, Quattro Property Group, has opened the doors on the first show apartment at its luxury Southfield & Ellis House development in Harrogate. The apartment is open to view with individual appointments being booked from Saturday, June 6.
House buyers are being given the chance to book private viewings at the two-bed, ground floor show apartment in Southfield House with strict safety measures implemented, or offered a virtual viewing.
Quattro has also commissioned professional drone footage to show progress and the environment at the development which will be offered to interested parties.
Appointed agent, Linley & Simpson’s Harrogate office, reports high levels of interest from a range of parties with the apartments appealing to a wide demographic including those looking to downsize and those attracted to its USP – being the only Harrogate development currently available with a direct level walk into the town centre, the nearby supermarket and rail and bus stations.
The former Southfield House office building on Station Parade has been transformed into nine apartments, alongside Ellis House, a new building which will house a further 11 contemporary apartments with undercroft parking serving both buildings.
Appointed contractor, Castlehouse Construction, is on track to meet the expected Practical Completion for the 20-apartment scheme which is earmarked for the end of Summer 2020.
Home hunters looking for a unique living experience in the heart of Harrogate with an unrivalled view of the Stray, green and open space and a range of shopping, restaurants and leisure attractions on the doorstep, will be able to take a first look at the two-bed show apartment (no 3) on the ground floor of Southfield House which has its own separate access and small garden.
The smart and aspirational apartment features high quality, contemporary interiors, including high end Miele electrical appliances; fully fitted kitchens with ‘quartz’ style worktops; high quality German fridge/freezer and dishwasher and ‘Quooker’ hot/cold/boiling water taps, as well as a contemporary Villeroy & Boch bathroom and en-suite.
This exceptionally well-placed apartment scheme will primarily offer two bedroomed apartments with the inclusion of 2 one-bedroomed apartments.
Sitting within a conservation area on the corner of Station Parade and York Place, the development has been sensitively designed to breathe new life into this strategically located site whilst simultaneously uniting the development with the surrounding architecture and history to provide contemporary apartments of the highest standard.
Kris Carpenter, development director of Quattro Property Group, said: “We are delighted to unveil our show apartment at Southfield House. We look forward to showcasing this contemporary apartment scheme which offers discerning house buyers everything they need for modern, luxury living in one of the best places to live in the County.
“The regional apartment market remains strong with Harrogate in particular continuing to be a property hotspot offering a great place to live, work and visit. We are confident that our new development will have huge appeal, despite these challenging times.”