The process of converting an old derelict detached building into 4 modern and chic apartments was a challenging but rewarding endeavor. The building was in a state of disrepair, with broken windows, peeling paint, and overgrown gardens. However, our team saw its potential and set out to transform it into a stylish and comfortable living space for future residents.

The first step was to gut the interior and remove all of the old fixtures and fittings. We then carefully planned the layout of each apartment, taking into consideration factors such as natural light, ventilation, and accessibility. We opted for an open-plan design, which maximized the space and allowed for a flow of natural light throughout. The use of neutral colors, modern finishes, and sleek appliances gave the apartments a contemporary and stylish feel. The end result was four beautifully designed apartments that were both functional and aesthetically pleasing, providing a comfortable and modern living space for their new occupants.

Securing commercial lending for the development project was a crucial step in the conversion of the old derelict detached building into modern and chic apartments.

The Willow Properties Group managed the entire process of converting the building from start to finish. Our team of experienced project managers oversaw every aspect of the development, from the initial planning and design stages to the final construction and finishing touches.

St Line House - Under Construction

The conversion of St Line House, a historic listed building that once served as the offices of the Welsh Government, into a modern residential complex represents a blend of heritage preservation and contemporary functionality. The ambitious project, nearing completion with an anticipated finish in the first quarter of 2024, aims to breathe new life into this architectural gem while meeting the growing demand for housing in the area. The transformation involves the creation thoughtfully designed apartments that seamlessly integrate modern amenities within the historic framework.