Mostyn Place breathes fresh life into Parkgate
Parkgate promenade in Cheshire has finally got its landmark property back after years of scaffolding covering up the distinctive black and white frontage of Mostyn House School.
Thanks to painstaking repair work and outrageously clever construction, the scaffolding has disappeared and it is once again the pride of Parkgate.
Manchester based Conservation developer The Pj Livesey group bought the Grade 2 listed site from the Grenfell family in 2013 and since then have been working hard to re-establish and transform the interiors into some of the most outstanding new homes available in Cheshire.
Most of phase one was sold off-plan due to high demand and now properties in phase two are ready to preview which range from bright and spacious garden apartments to luxury duplex apartments with vast terraces and penthouse with a viewing gallery located within the original tower.
Craig Lynch, sales and marketing director with the PJ Livesey Group, said:
“The interest in Mostyn has been phenomenal, and the reaction from buyers when they see what we are delivering here is very rewarding. We combine the heritage of the building with the most contemporary of interiors – and we do it without compromise. The company’s aim is to not only provide luxury homes of great space and character but to leave a lasting legacy for the area.”
Historic features and premium specification combine to build a sense of luxury and exclusivity that sets these very special homes apart from the ordinary.
Ranging from £179,950 for a 1 bedroom apartment and £649,950 for a 3 bedroom Penthouse…
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