A new £2m development of 12 apartments in a converted Victorian property in Merseyside has now sold out to a mix of owner occupiers and buy-to-let investors. Tony McDonough reports
All of the apartments in a £2m residential development in a converted Victorian property in Merseyside have been sold.
Property consultancy Berkeley Shaw says it has sold the apartments at Merchant Court in Crosby to a mix of owner occupiers and buy-to-let investors. Berkeley Shaw managed the sale of the properties on behalf of Accelerate Property Developments.
KM Real Estate, a subsidiary of Berkeley Shaw, will manage the property once all residents have moved in, scheduled before the end of this year. The development comprises 12 one and two-bedroom apartments, constructed to convert the original Victorian building with a newly-built extension.
The scheme also provides communal gardens as well as facilities including a communal gymnasium, storage facilities and private off-road parking. Berkeley Shaw managing director, John Baybut, said: “We’re delighted to announce the sale of all properties at the Merchant Court development.
“This is a fantastic project which has attracted significant attention ever since we brought it to market. Thomas and the rest of the team at Accelerate Property Developments have an excellent track record when it comes to the delivery of residential property developments, we’re proud to support them with this.”