The final five apartments at a new homes development in a fully restored historic Grade II listed building that had stood empty for years in Otley town centre are now for sale with Dacre Son & Hartley.
The estate agent's commercial team originally sold the property and Neate Homes has recently transformed the building into a development of seven apartments, which have a mix of one and two bedrooms.
Two apartments have already been snapped up and one of the one-bedroom properties is a duplex spread across two floors and has its own entrance.
The building was previously used as solicitors’ offices and is on the corner of Boroughgate and Wesley Street. The traditional stone-built property is full of character features.
Tim Usherwood from Dacre, Son & Hartley’s Otley office said: “Boroughgate House is a beautiful and historic building right in the heart of Otley. It has mostly stood empty in recent years, so seeing it get a new lease of life, with a sympathetic restoration that has created a collection of stunning apartments is great news.
“Each home is unique and finished to an exceptional standard, with attractive Scandi style kitchens and luxury bathrooms as well as oak flooring. The building’s traditional character has been carefully preserved in the development, with restored sash windows and original feature fireplaces in some apartments.”
Tim added: “We already have buyers showing lots of interest and several more viewings booked this week. The homes are appealing to people of all ages who want a newly renovated and hassle-free property. Being able to walk out into the centre of Otley, with all the town’s renowned independent shops, bars, restaurants and cafes on the doorstep also adds to the appeal of Boroughgate House.”