Old Police Station breaks house price record

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An apartment in Harrogate’s Old Police Station has broken the record of the most valuable new home in Harrogate.

The apartment, one of three which three which were reserved at an open day on Saturday (June 13), has cost the buyer £564 per square foot, £100 more than the previous record.

Developers have refused to disclose how much the apartment has sold for, however based on advertised floor space of the apartments it could have cost between £297,000 to £564,000.

The open day was busy, organisers have said.

Harrogate Restoration Partner Julian Rooney said: “We were a little bit worried about the launch event as the forecast was for rain, but we were bowled over by the level of interest and the positive reaction to the hard work we have done to convert this landmark building.

“The price achieved for the flagship apartment was £564 per square foot, which the highest ever achieved in Harrogate by a margin of £100 per square foot. Really quite amazing!”

The development was supported by a £2.1m loan from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking and Chris Parnell, Relationship Manager, from the firm said: “Harrogate Restoration has shown real vision in redeveloping this local landmark.”

See our sneak peek at the show home here