Conversion of six Victorian villas along Osborne Terrace, Newcastle upon Tyne, from offices into 48 apartments.
Completed in 2005, the development of Osborne Terrace was the largest in the company’s history at the time and involved the careful restoration and conversion of six period office buildings originally built in circa 1850.
The development at Osborne Terrace comprised six Victorian villas, converted from offices into 48 apartments, each ranging between two and six bedrooms, with the attractive façade retained. Each flat was finished to a very high standard including a large stylish lounge, kitchen and dining room, good sized bedrooms and bathroom and shower suites.
|Sector||Regeneration / Residential|
|Address||Osborne Terrace , Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE2 1NE|
|Project Type||Regeneration / redevelopment|
|Project Status||Completed and sold|
|Construction Contractor||Adderstone Projects Limited|
Osborne Terrace location
Osborne Terrace is in the heart of Jesmond, one of Newcastle’s most thriving student friendly suburbs, and only a 5-minute walk from Northumbria University.
At the time of the development Osborne Terrace was heralded as an exemplar of modern, high quality student housing, ideally located within close walking distance to Newcastle City Centre and both Newcastle and Northumbria University campuses.
Despite Adderstone Group selling its interest in the site many years ago the company’s letting agency continues to let the property on behalf of third party landlords and the buildings continue to be highly sought after each year by the city’s student population.