Luxury apartment plan for historic buildings

Historic Grade I listed buildings in Wirral’s Hamilton Square will be converted into luxury apartments after the sale of the buildings were completed.

Goodman Wells purchased the two five-storey buildings through property consultant Smith and Sons and plans are underway to renovate them for residential purposes. They will join four other buildings in the square currently being converted into apartments.

Jason Wadeson, partner at Smith and Sons, says: “These buildings around the square are stunning architecturally and being in such a great location, provide developers with the opportunity to create some incredibly appealing homes.”

Refurbishment of two of the Hamilton Square buildings bought by Goodman Wells, including the former NatWest bank, have been converted into apartments and are already being let to tenants.

Paul Burgess, director at Goodman Wells, says: “We’re pleased to secure two more purchases at the historic Hamilton Square where we are currently developing six buildings in total.

“Across all of our projects, we endeavour to protect and restore the important listed features of each building, taking them back to their former glory whilst enhancing the interior in line with modern living standards.”


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