In pictures: Check out this luxurious renovation of The Old Police Station in Harrogate
One of the most iconic buildings in the centre of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, has been transformed into luxury apartment and houses thanks to the work of a local development team.
Situated in the centre of Harrogate, the 1927 grade II listed building was designed in the 20’s by West Riding County Architect, Percy Oates Platts. The recognisable, historical ‘Queen Anne Revival’ style building was built for the Claro Division of Police, and the force occupied the premises in March 1930. With its particularly impressive facade, this building has an architectural formality and ‘gravitas’, befitting of its former purpose.
The station was occupied by Harrogate Police until four years ago when the force relocated to a brand new, state- of- the- art headquarters outside of town, opening up this impressive building to a possible renovation project.
The development team have since worked hard to transform The Old Police Station Harrogate into a range of luxury houses and apartments that are available to buy right now with prices ranging from £250,000 for some apartments up to £895,000 for the most opulent house.
The team sought to retain the structures of all the original houses but improved them with entirely modern fixtures and fittings, hand-made state of the art kitchens and luxury bathrooms. The houses and apartments now rank as some of the most prestigious in the centre of Harrogate – a job well done we think!
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