TAPTON COURT

Mix of converted homes and newly built houses
 

TAPTON COURT

Mix of converted homes and newly built houses

KEY FACTS

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LOCATION

Ranmoor, Sheffield

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Total Number of Homes

38

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Converted Homes

34

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New Build Homes

4

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Project Commencement

Winter 2021

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Project Completion

On-going

DESCRIPTION

Tapton Court is a historic building in the desirable suburb of Ranmoor to the west of Sheffield city centre. Built in 1868 for one of Sheffield’s many steel magnates it is an imposing stone villa standing in 3.5 acres of mature walled grounds.

We will be bringing it back to the majesty of its heyday, preserving many of its original features such as the ornate staircase and arched windows and converting the space to create 14 mansion apartments within its splendid walls.

The original stable block and Gate House lodge will also be converted to create two unique individual properties.

A newer annexe, built to provide accommodation for nurses at the nearby hospital and most recently used by Sheffield University as halls of residence, is being retained and will be converted to provide 18 luxury 2, 3 & 4 bedroom apartments.

Four sympathetically designed new family homes will also be built within the grounds while retaining the estate’s historic terraced wall.

Ranmoor has long been an affluent area with many grand properties built for the city’s great industrialists. It also has a Grade II listed church, St Paul’s, the tower and spire of which date back to 1879.