The Duchy of Lancaster has appointed award-winning letting agents Linley & Simpson to market its new residential development in Harrogate.
Linley & Simpson – one of Yorkshire’s leading independent letting agencies – is inviting enquiries for Granville House and Villiers House at 11 Ripon Road, which is owned and managed by the Queen’s Estate.
Granville House is a Victorian era building which has been converted from its former use as offices, while Villiers House is a three-storey new build complex. The Duchy of Lancaster has invested £2million in the sustainable development, which comprises 13 one and two bedroom apartments in total – four in the historic Granville House and nine in the newly-built Villiers House.
Prospective tenants are now able to register their interest, with the apartments available to let from September.
Emma Horton, Branch Manager at Linley & Simpson Harrogate, said: This is a fantastic opportunity to rent within a prestigious residential development in a very desirable area of Harrogate.
The development consists of two buildings: Granville House, a 3,850 sq ft converted traditional Villa with four, spacious two bedroom apartments and Villiers House, a new 6,450 sq ft building to the rear of the development containing a mix of one and two bedroom apartments.
Each apartment will be finished to a high standard in neutral tones and tenants will also benefit from landscaped greenery and allocated parking spaces.
Designed by Wetherby-based architects Wildblood Macdonald, both buildings have strong green credentials, with high performance double glazing, high efficiency and low emission boilers and LED lighting.