A famous Plymouth hotel is taking on a new lease of life as a development of luxury residential properties.
The Hoe’s Astor Hotel, which traded for nearly a century and closed three years ago, has been converted into 13 two and three-bedroomed apartments and duplexes and a town house, some of which benefit from sea views.
Four apartments have now been released for sale including a show home.
Partner Sue Dyer says: “We are proud to be instructed as sole agents to market these beautiful properties in one of Plymouth’s well-loved buildings.
“Conveniently located within walking distance of the Hoe Promenade, Theatre Royal, Plymouth Pavilions and the city’s main shopping centre, the development is likely to be extremely popular with buyers.”
Prices for a two-bedroomed apartment start at £265,000 and viewings can be arranged by calling Atwell Martin on (01752) 202121.
Named after Plymouth’s Lady (Nancy) Astor, the first woman to take her seat as an MP, the building was originally a private residence and retains a number of period features.
Offering all aspects of residential estate agency, lettings, land and new homes from its showroom office on Plymouth’s Barbican, Atwell Martin provides a bespoke, personal and friendly service with links to a national buyers’ network through an associated London office.