A new residential development on the site of a former Sheffield hotel has been launched.
The former Beauchief Hotel site on Abbeydale Road South will be transformed into a gated community of 30 homes and landscaped open spaces.
The former hotel building, which was constructed in 1900 as the Abbeydale Station Hotel, will be converted into six two-bedroom apartments featuring original features such as high ceilings and restored period fireplaces.
There will also be 24 new build homes, with a mix of detached family houses and apartments.
Property consultancy Knight Frank, on behalf of Brantingham Homes is launching the development, known as The Beauchief. The show apartment will be open to the public by appointment from the 18 August.
Louise Platts, residential development sales negotiator at Knight Frank, said: “The Beauchief offers a rare mix of period conversion and new build homes, in a highly sought-after part of Sheffield. The apartments are ideal for first time buyers using the Help to Buy scheme, but we also expect strong levels of interest from those searching for a family home in a desirable, secure location.”
Source: Insider Media