Refurbishment transforms derelict Morpeth offices into new apartments
A refurbishment project has brought to life a group of vacant offices, creating new and spacious apartments in Morpeth town centre.
Leading north east property firm Bradley Hall and its building surveying team project managed the refurbishment of the now contemporary apartments at Davidson House, based at 21-23 Bridge Street, Morpeth town centre.
Ricki Hutchinson, building surveyor at Bradley Hall, said: “We are always delighted to work on projects which will continue to develop and improve this fantastic and iconic town.
“The building surveying team has carried out a fantastic job and created apartments which are much more spacious than most new styles. We have achieved our aim to provide new and quality homes for the people of Morpeth.
“The properties are now available to rent through the Bradley Hall residential property team, providing a modern space for those looking to be based within the ideal location of Morpeth town centre.”
The apartments are surrounded by a range of amenities and popular retailers including Costa Coffee, The Black Bull, Superdrug and Barclays Bank, is close to Sanderson Arcade, which boasts an M&S Food store, and is also within half a mile from Morpeth bus station and Morpeth train station.
Michael O’Driscoll, senior asset manager at Northumberland Estates, the owners of Davidson House, said: “Bradley Hall is providing Northumberland Estates with a fantastic and efficient full-service approach, including building surveying and project management, and now the firm will market the apartments.
“The refurbishment on the apartments has been completed to a very high standard and will provide people will the opportunity rent a spacious and modern property within one of the most popular town centre locations in the region.”