Sunday, September 19, 2021

Landmark Clifton Village development complete

An “iconic” gateway development in Clifton Village is now complete.

Works on the Rectory Mews development began last year, led by Tomlinson Homes, a division of the G F Tomlinson Group, and construction involved the restoration and conversion of the previously derelict Old Rectory site, which dates back to the mid-1700s, transforming the historic building into a prominent gateway residential feature in Clifton Village in Nottinghamshire.

The Old Rectory, once home to the Rector of Clifton, is a typical Georgian style building with south-facing garden elevations, and the property still retains its original square stairwell with wooden cantilever stairs and large purpose-built rooms.

The development comprises four luxury homes within the Old Rectory building, each with its own entrance, outdoor space and garden, and within the landscaped grounds, three new executive properties have been built with garden facing elevations which are accessed through a private gated driveway.

Siman Preston, group property manager at Tomlinson Homes, said: “Rectory Mews is an iconic development and we are incredibly proud that it is now complete.

“The project presented some interesting challenges which the experienced site construction team resolved without causing any inconvenience or delays to the project and now that the scheme is finished, all those involved should be proud of what they have achieved, now the once derelict building has been lovingly restored to its former glory.

“This stunning restoration and conversion of the once derelict building in a prominent position in Clifton Village, gives the location the entrance it so rightly deserves, and we look forward to welcoming buyers into their new homes and inviting visitors to look around the properties.”

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