18 March, 2008
Millshomes is driving forward with its next major mill conversion project at Elisabeth Mill, in the heart of Reddish's conservation area in Stockport.
Elisabeth Mill is adjacent to Millshomes’ award-winning Victoria Mill and is being converted into one and two bedroomed apartments that will combine contemporary finishes with original architectural features.
Thanks to a recent vote from the local children of St Elisabeth’s School the apartments have already been named. The one bed apartments will be known as The Windings, the two beds will be the Spinning Mews and the two bed over two floors will be the Cotton Trees.
One of the most exciting features of this new development is the atrium that will extend from the ground floor up to the top floor and allow light to cascade right through the building. Added to this, some of the apartments will incorporate a balcony so people can soak up the views of the snow-topped Pennine hills in the winter and the lush green fields in the spring.
Elisabeth Mill is set to become another iconic building within Houldsworth Village. Richard Sym Managing Director of Millshomes, commented: "This may well have prompted our early sales success. Our planned development of over 100 homes has already seen homes sold off-plan with completion not expected until 2009."
Source: Millshomes press release