A number of luxury homes at Denison House in Doncaster will shortly be released for sale.
The Grade II-listed building, which was most recently occupied by the Council, will be home to 11 state-of-the-art apartments, which are being refurbished by Yorkshire Investment Property.
In the 19th century, the 10,000 square foot Denison House was used as the carriageworks for the London to York railway line by Edmund Denison, the MP credited with bringing the railway to Doncaster, and who went on to become chairman of Great Northern Railway.
Yorkshire Investment Property has purchased the building and has secured planning permission for the luxury apartments, which will have a car park to the rear and pleasant outlooks over Regent Square.
Langleys Solicitors in Lincoln worked closely with the team at Yorkshire Investment Property on the purchase of the building. The Doncaster based business has so far purchased 33 properties this year, averaging around one each week.
It operates in three keys areas of property development; converting residential properties into luxury affordable HMOs (houses in multiple occupation), converting commercial properties into residential accommodation, and providing holiday and corporate lets via sites such as Airbnb.com and booking.com
Partner at Langleys Solicitors Sarah Miles said: “We are proud to be supporting Yorkshire Investment Property as they embark on their latest venture at Denison House.”
Paul Smith of Yorkshire Investment Property said: “Although it has stood empty in recent years, Denison House is a wonderful building with a fascinating history. It will make an incredible conversion into luxury apartments, with plenty of character and period features.
“Langleys Solicitors are a strategic partner, and we are pleased to have their support and expertise as we continue our programme of purchasing and converting properties.”