By Thomas Homes on 20/02/2018

The launch of a scheme of 20 converted apartments attracted unprecedented interest from prospective buyers on its opening weekend.

A queue of keen buyers lined London Road when the doors to St David’s Hall opened on January 27, with half of the newly released homes reserved by the end of the weekend.

St David’s Hall is the much anticipated second phase of a stylish conversion of three 19th century Grade II listed buildings into 53 stunning apartments and mews houses.

Originally built as residential dwellings, the imposing buildings, which take prime position in London Road, formed part of the University of Reading’s London Road campus for many years.

St David's Hall

Arranged over five floors, the stylish one and two-bedroom apartments of St David’s Hall have been thoughtfully designed to offer an exceptional standard of living.

Great attention has been paid to restoring and enhancing the building’s original features, from the imposing front doors and grand entrance halls, through to the classic fire places and cornice detailing inside some of the residences.

St David's Hall St David's Hall

Ready for occupation in March, only ten properties remain at St David’s Hall, starting at £285,000, and with the government’s Help to Buy scheme qualifying purchasers would only need a 5% deposit of £14,250 to purchase their new dream home. A show apartment is available to view at the neighbouring St Mary’s Hall.

For further details contact the Thomas Homes Sales Centre open Thursday to Monday 10am to 4pm on tel: 0118 931 1409. Parking is available, call ahead for details.

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