Thu 22 Nov 2018
An open weekend offering the first chance to view all three high-end apartments converted from an imposing Regency villa in Leamington town centre was a roaring success.
And now private viewings are available by appointment – just contact Josephine Wilcox-Smith at ehB Residential on 01926 881144 or at email@example.com.
Victoria Court in Kenilworth Road, lovingly converted by Warwick firm Space GK, consists of two duplex apartments and a magnificent open plan penthouse created from the original double bay fronted building.
The top floor apartment enjoys a 32 foot long kitchen living room, two large double bedrooms both with en suites and a study or third bedroom.
The duplexes offer two bedrooms apiece, each with an en suite and a large kitchen living room, as well as both a lounge and a study or third bedroom.
All have been sympathetically restored and will offer very high specification finishes including Duravit bathrooms, Charles Yorke kitchens, Porcelanosa tiles and engineered timber floors. Each has two parking spaces – one of which has a charging point for an electric vehicle.
The apartments are insulated to provide thermal and acoustic performance up to and above that required by building regulations.
Hi-tech gadgetry not available to the original 19th century residents also abounds – with wifi enabled central heating, wall mounted media panels, underfloor heating in kitchens and bathrooms and even a Quooker tap for instant boiling water!
Spring will see Victoria Court augmented by the addition of a quartet of four storey town houses and a detached three storey property
ehB Residential sold all the apartments at Space GK’s Park House development in Avenue Road in the first four hours of an open weekend last spring, with the latest addition to its portfolio expected to spark a similar level of interest.
Prices start at £685,000.
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